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Restorative Dentistry

Regain Your Smile with Custom-Made Solutions

Everyday life can be damaging to your teeth. Cracked, stained, crooked, and missing teeth are common for many people, and you just can't avoid normal wear and tear. We also see patients who have put off dental work for a number of years; that neglect takes a toll on their teeth and gums as well as their overall health. But there's no reason to worry; our staff treats each patient with compassionate, understanding care.

Using the latest techniques and technologies, Dr. John Verbeyst and Dr. Philippe Morisseau can restore your oral health and appearance, allowing you to enjoy your smile without pain or anxiety. Call us if you have a toothache, want to restore your missing teeth, need worn dental work replaced, or are looking for a more secure way to wear dentures.

Crowns & Bridges

Implant supported dental crown before placement

Dental crowns and bridges are common restorative solutions that often prove helpful when patients have natural teeth that are injured, decayed, pained, or even missing altogether. Crowns can revitalize remaining teeth by rebuilding their natural shape and appearance, while bridges are designed to literally “bridge” the gaps left by one tooth or multiple teeth in a row.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Model smile with dental crown

If our team needs to repair the damage caused by a small cavity, tooth-colored fillings are a modern solution that can help patients maintain their naturally confident smile. This restorative service is made of composite resin, which is a flexible and durable material that comes in several lifelike shades. We will match it to your tooth enamel and then sculpt it into place before hardening it with an advanced curing light. Because it contains no metal, patients also don’t have to worry about uncomfortable, temperature-related sensitivity.

Dentures & Partials

Patient receiving dental exam

Patients who have lost a significant number of natural teeth are likely to struggle when performing even simple, everyday actions, such as chewing food or speaking clearly. In order to reclaim the quality of life you deserve, please speak with Dr. Verbeyst and Dr. Morisseau about receiving a new, custom-made denture. Our full and partial prosthetics are very modern, attractive, and comfortable. They can also be outfitted with state-of-the-art dental implants for improved oral health and function.