Although teeth are created to last a lifetime, there are certain situations that may cause your smile to become damaged. If your smile has become compromised, you can rely on our dental team here at White Clay Dental Associates. Your dentist in Newark, either Dr. Donald T. Bond or Dr. Timothy D. Ganfield, can use their expert training and resources to provide effective and long-lasting restorative care to repair your smile.
If you're struggling with areas of significant dental decay that need care, our composite fillings can provide the reinvigorating results your smile needs while also preserving its appearance. The process is simple – we will place the composite resin in the affected area and then precisely sculpt it so that it blends in with your natural enamel. Once it’s been successfully applied, we will use an advanced light to harden it and then take the time to polish the surface so that it looks smooth and lifelike.
A dental crown is a viable option for patients who are dealing with weakened or damaged teeth. Fractured teeth, severely decayed teeth, or an infected tooth that’s just undergone root canal treatment can all benefit from a dental crown.
Furthermore, for those looking to address multiple missing teeth in a row, a dental bridge can help close the gap in the smile. With a dental crown or bridge, we can:
When patients are missing just a few or even all of their teeth, dentures can be a fast, easy and inexpensive way to replace them. While dentures will never be natural teeth, they are a tried and true way to have a complete smile again.
In fact, with our dentists’ expertise in cosmetic and restorative care, you’ll receive a dental prosthetic that offers great aesthetics and improved function. Here are some of the benefits we offer with our dentures:
If you are looking for a permanent solution to your tooth loss, dental implants in Newark are the best option for you. A single implant can be placed into the jawbone to restore a missing tooth. And, several implants can also be placed throughout the jawbone to hold a bridge or denture firmly with restorations known as implant-retained prosthetics. Dental implants can help you: