At Oral Implants & Reconstructive Dentistry, we are committed to keeping your smile healthy. Unfortunately, things in life do not always go as expected. Sometimes serious dental injuries and illnesses may occur, which require extensive or restorative care. During these stressful times, our team is here to help. Whether you are suffering from severe tooth decay, periodontal disease, or missing teeth, we can relieve your pain and restore your smile!
We are proud to offer a wide variety of restorative and reconstructive dental services. From simple to complex treatments, our team is equipped to handle anything.
Our restorative services include:
Whether you need one tooth or several replaced, we have a solution for you. Our team is proud to offer a variety of replacement options such as dental implants, bridges, and dentures.
Dental implants are one of our most popular options. They are durable, long-lasting, and provide a level of stability no other replacement can offer. We can use dental implants to replace one or several teeth. Implants are also ideal anchors for dentures and bridges. Unfortunately, not everyone’s gums and jawbones are healthy enough to support dental implants. Dr. Heller or Dr. DiDonato can examine your mouth structure during your consultation to determine if you are a candidate for implants.
Bridges and dentures are also effective, natural-looking tooth replacement options. Bridges are ideal for replacing one or two teeth in a row, while dentures are best for restoring several or all teeth in a dental arch. Dr. Heller or Dr. DiDonato would be happy to discuss your treatment options during your next visit!
If you are suffering from a severe cavity, a root canal may be the best way to save your tooth. By removing the decayed material from the center of the tooth and root structure, we can eliminate the infection and preserve your natural tooth. After removing the infection, your endodontist will fill the space with a strong composite filling. This filling will strengthen your tooth while preventing bacteria from developing again.
If you believe you may need a root canal, we would be happy to schedule an appointment for you. We will have a skilled endodontist come in to perform your procedure. At Oral Implants & Reconstructive Dentistry, you can rest assured you are in good hands!
Yes! If you are suffering from inflamed, infected gums, we are here to help. Gum disease is very common in the United States, although it often goes undiagnosed. If ignored, gum disease can spread and cause severe damage to the gums and teeth. To keep your mouth healthy, we offer several treatments such as scaling and root planing to treat all stages of gum disease.
If you would like to learn more about our restorative services, please call our office at 614-885-1215. We would be happy to answer any of your questions!