Our O’Fallon Dentists Give Hope To Patients With Serious Dental Damage
It used to be that people who had severely damaged smiles did not have many dental options. The marvels of modern dentistry, however, have changed all of that. Now, our O’Fallon dentists have the state-of-the-art dental technology needed to restore infected or fractured smiles.
Here are some key treatments that we use to repair and rebuild smiles:
1. Dental implants
These replacement teeth are designed to stand alone, and stay in place permanently. Once the dental implant base is inserted into the patient’s jawbone, our dental team caps it off with a natural looking restoration. Dental implants are the most complete replacement teeth available in dentistry today.
If you are missing many consecutive teeth, a denture can help you reclaim a full smile quickly. Plus, our dental team can keep your denture in place by grounding it into place with mini dental implant roots.
Porcelain Lumineers, which are permanently attached over a patient’s natural teeth, can help restore both the appearance and the stability of a patient’s smile. Lumineers make a patient’s smile look whole, and perfected.
4. Dental crowns
When a tooth has to be altered because it is infected or damaged, our dental team will remove then unstable part of the tooth. Then, we can restore the tooth—both its appearance and its structure—with a natural looking dental crown. These crowns look like natural teeth, and they allow the patient to eat, speak, and drink easily, even after severe dental damage.
No matter what your smile currently looks or feels like, our dental team has the treatments that you need to reclaim the smile of your dreams. When you are ready to get started, please feel free to call our O’Fallon dentists, or submit a comment through our Contact Us page. The possibilities are endless thanks to advances in modern dentistry!
Legal Notice: Our success is built on long term relationships with our patients though genuine caring and unrivaled excellence in value, comfort, service and the relentless quest of improvement. However, nothing stated herein should be construed as a claim of secret, superior or exclusive techniques, ability or equipment. All are well documented in the literature and training is widely available to any dentist who cares to pursue these goals. Our doctors are General Dentists. Cosmetic, Implant and Sedation Dentistry and Dental Sleep Medicine are non-specialty interest areas not recognized by the ADA that require no specific educational training to advertise these services. Dr. Daniel Bialecki and Dr. Timothy Grayem currently provide sedation services in our practice.