Restorative Dentistry Eugene, OR
To ensure overall oral health, missing or damaged teeth need to be replaced or restored by a licensed dentist. At College Hill Dental, you will be provided with a personalized treatment plan that is right for you to get your smile back to its best. Read below about some of the restorative services we offer.
Crowns and Bridges
A crown is a covering that will wrap and protect the entire surface of a tooth, allowing it to look and function just like the original tooth. A dental bridge is a fixed (non-removable) appliance and is one of the traditional dental methods for replacing missing teeth.
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A dental implant is a titanium post designed to replace missing teeth. The post is surgically placed into the jawbone where the tooth is missing, and provides a more permanent solution.
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Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that is used to fix problems associated with the bone or joints. It involves transplanting bone tissue, and in the field of dentistry, it is most commonly completed so that there is enough bone available to support dental implants.
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A tooth extraction is the procedure done to remove a tooth that is damaged beyond repair from its socket in the jawbone. Extractions are also done to remove wisdom teeth that may be impacted or create future problems.
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Even tiny imperfections in your teeth can have a huge impact on the quality of your smile. Veneers are a cosmetic solution to these imperfections. They are thin, resembling shells in appearance, and cover the front areas of visible teeth. Once I place, they restore the beauty of your smile.
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Dentures and Partials
Dentures are a "replacement" option for missing teeth. There are two variations of dentures: partial dentures and full dentures.
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Root Canal Therapy
A "root canal," or endodontic therapy, is a procedure available to save a tooth that is infected and would otherwise require extraction. There are many reasons that teeth can become infected, including: cavities, previous large fillings, crowns, cracks, trauma, and extreme wear.
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