Restorative dental procedures consist of the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases that affect your mouth. Our Vancouver, WA dentists specialize in restoring smiles. Dr. Daniel Wilson specializes in dental implant restorations and surgery. IV sedation dentist, Dr. Rick Furman specializes in restorative dental procedures.
Cascade Dental can restore teeth that are discolored, stained, chipped, broken, cracked, or missing. Restoration of your teeth requires the removal of decay and treatment of oral diseases. Once the decay is removed your teeth can be restored to previous structure and function.
Dental Crown Tooth Restoration
A dental crown is crafted to repair a tooth that is damaged, decayed, or cracked. Crown restorations act as a permanent covering that fits over your original tooth. Ultimately, a crown restores your tooth to ultimate form and function. Materials used to create a dental crown including acrylic resin, porcelain, gold, or a combination of materials.
Dental Implants Replace Missing Teeth
Often, a dental implant the best option to replace missing teeth. Dental implants restore the form and function of your teeth. Even better, dental implants act the same as your natural tooth. Implants replace the tooth and root as the implant is fused with your jawbone.
When teeth are lost, it is important to fill the space with a restoration. For one thing, surrounding teeth can drift into the open spaces. Tooth movement into open spaces can cause occlusal bite problems. Also, opposing teeth can supra erupt into the open spaces.
Consequently, esthetic problems will gradually become worse. The natural teeth that move into open spaces can become hard to clean, causing gum issues. As a result, your risk of tooth decay increases, which can lead to more tooth loss.
Partial and Full Dentures
Dentures replace teeth on the mandible or maxilla jawbone. Conventional dentures are removable and available as partial and complete dentures. Thankfully, advancements in dental technology provide patients with several options to replace missing teeth. Most importantly, your prosthesis improves the overall function of your mouth.