Damaged and/or missing teeth can negatively impact the health, appearance, and functionality of your smile. Fortunately, the experienced dental team here at Delaware Smile Center offers a range of advanced restorative treatments that are designed to give you a healthy, beautiful smile that you can feel proud of.

We invite you to explore the informative sections below in order to learn more about the range of restorative dentistry services we offer, including dental implants. If you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment with one of our dentists, please contact us today!

Dental Implants

If your teeth are severely damaged or if you have missing teeth, dental implants can provide a beautiful, natural-looking replacement option that functions just like your regular teeth. Using a titanium post that is fused to your jawbone and then topped with a custom crown, dental implants are designed to replace the entire tooth structure, including the root. They also do not present the same fears surrounding slipping or sticking that come with dentures. Dental implants can replace a single missing tooth, or they can be the foundation of a full-mouth restoration that will transform your damaged teeth into a stunning, healthy smile.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

male patient smilingA full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive and customizable treatment that is designed to restore the function and appearance of your entire mouth. During a consultation, your dentist will go over your unique needs, cosmetic goals, and budgetary concerns in order to develop a treatment plan that is optimally suited to you. The beginning stages of your full mouth reconstruction will typically focus on your oral health. Any decay, damage, or disease will need to be treated in order to ensure a strong, healthy foundation for your restorations. From there, a number of procedures will likely be involved in the complete reconstruction of your smile. Common restorative treatments include: dental implants, crowns, bridges, porcelain veneers, cosmetic bonding, gum grafting, and full or partial dentures. New or replacement fillings can also be incorporated into your smile makeover to address either significant decay or aesthetic concerns posed by previous dental work.

Implant Dentures

Implant supported dentureImplant dentures can provide patients who are missing most or all of the teeth on their upper and/or lower arch with a functional, beautiful new smile in as little as one day. This full-arch replacement option utilizes strategically placed dental implants to anchor a fixed denture appliance in the mouth for a comfortable, durable, natural-looking fit. Unlike traditional removable dentures, implant-supported dentures are securely affixed within the mouth. This reduces the potential for slipping and chafing along the gumline, eliminates the need for messy adhesive pastes, and provides you with teeth that look and feel more like your natural ones.

Here at Delaware Smile Center, we strive to make the implant dentures process as efficient and rewarding as possible. We can often extract any remaining natural teeth, place your new implants, and affix a temporary overdenture all in the same visit! Essentially, this process enables us to give you a brand new set of teeth in a single visit, while also ensuring that you never have to go without teeth while your permanent denture is being fabricated.

Porcelain Crowns

If you have broken or damaged teeth, dental crowns can provide a way to save the natural tooth while restoring it to its original beauty and functionality. Acting as a sort of tooth cap, crowns can reinforce the structure of cracked, decayed, or otherwise damaged teeth. They can also enhance the look of misshapen or worn teeth, and provide protection for sensitive tooth roots following a root canal. Modern dental technology allows us to fabricate strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing crown restorations that are nearly indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

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Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are designed to help “bridge” the gaps left behind by missing teeth, safeguarding both the aesthetics and the overall health of your mouth. When a tooth is missing, the surrounding teeth often attempt to shift into the empty space, which can lead to serious misalignment issues and even jawbone decay. Plus, bridges can also prevent the buildup of harmful bacteria and debris in the empty socket, helping reduce your risk for serious conditions such as gum disease and tooth decay.

Your dental bridge will consist of a set of crowns—which will be adhered to the healthy teeth on either side of the gap—that will support an artificial tooth or teeth that will be positioned over the gap in your smile. Your dentist will carefully match the size, shape, and color of both the crowns and the artificial tooth or teeth to your surrounding ones in order to ensure the most beautiful, natural-looking result possible. With proper care, your dental bridge can help you maintain a stunning, healthy smile for years to come.

Dental Fillings

In cases where a tooth has a minor crack or a cavity, a dental filling may be necessary in order to stop the spread of decay and reinforce the tooth against further damage. Fillings are one of the more conservative restorative treatments, and they are designed to either reinforce a small crack or help “fill in” areas where decay has been removed. Furthermore, thanks to advances in modern dental technology, the materials used in fillings last longer and look more similar to your natural teeth, providing a more discreet and durable result.

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