If you are not happy with your smile, if you are embarrassed by your teeth or dentures, or if you avoid eating in front of others, Dr. Clark can help you restore your smile to its former health. Missing teeth can take the joy out of visitng with friends, smiling and laughing, and eating your favorite foods. With state-of-the-art restorative dentistry, we can help you regain your confidence, and get back to enjoying all the things you love!
Dental crowns are a functional and long-lasting restorative treatment for teeth that are damaged or severely decayed. Crowns can be used alone or in conjunction with other restorations like fixed dental bridges. Crowns improve more than just the appearance of your smile—they restore damaged teeth and protect them for years.
If you’re only missing one or two teeth and aren’t ready for a full set of dentures, a dental bridge could be the perfect solution. A dental bridge combines the best aspects of crowns and dentures to literally “bridge” the gap created by missing teeth. Bridges are usually very affordable, too!
If you have been living with ill-fitting dentures for many years, you may have started believing that slipping, clicking, and messy adhesives are just a fact of life. Think again! Dr. Clark takes pride in his ability to design and fabricate dentures that are incredibly comfortable and natural-looking. Whether you need a partial denture, a full denture, or a reline of your existing set, we ensure that your dentures are as functional, beautiful, and affordable as possible.
We design this dental implant restoration to match the look and feel of your other teeth so it will blend in naturally. You can brush and floss this restoration just like normal, and it will last for many years with proper care. You’ll be able to enjoy a fully functioning smile once again! Should you need a tooth replaced, we offer the placement and restoration of dental implants, the best solution to missing teeth.
A root canal is a treatment used when a badly decayed and/or infected tooth needs to be repaired. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed.
While this may seem scary, Dr. Clark strives to make every patient as comfortable as possible!