Dental bridges can replace one tooth or multiple missing teeth by bridging the gap in your smile and preventing the shifting of your other teeth. We can either utilize your surrounding natural teeth or dental implants to anchor your bridge, depending on your smile needs and budget.
Dental crowns cover your entire tooth and are used to replace missing teeth, support a weak tooth, strengthen a broken tooth, and more. They function and look just like your natural teeth, so there’s no spotting any sort of aesthetic difference.
Dental implants are titanium posts that go into your jawbone. They mimic a tooth’s root and are the foundation for the tooth restoration that goes on top. At Hillsboro Village Dental, we can top your dental implant with a dental crown or dental bridge. Our natural-looking tooth restorations are custom-designed to blend in beautifully with your other teeth, so most people won’t even be able to tell the difference. Even you!
Fillings are commonly used for treating cavities. After removing the decay, fillings–in accordance to their name–fill in the space left behind. The composite resin material we use here in our state-of-the-art facility exactly match the color of your teeth and blend in seamlessly with your smile. Our fillings also have traces of fluoride that slowly release over time to keep your teeth in tip-top shape.
While dentures get a bad rap, they actually do a lot of good for a lot of people. These gum-colored acrylic bases have false teeth connected to them and can complete your smile if you’re missing teeth. They can also preserve the shape of your cheeks and lips, nixing that sunken look missing teeth can give you.
If your tooth is decayed or severely damaged, we can perform root canal therapy to save your tooth and alleviate tooth pain. Root canal therapy can seem daunting but it’s really a very common procedure during which we remove the damaged pulp from inside your tooth and top it off with a crown to prevent future infections and return full functionality to your smile.
We always strive to preserve your original teeth, but sometimes a tooth extraction is the best route. Before your extraction, we’ll numb the area for a painless experience. We also have a variety of sedation options to help you feel calm and relaxed during the procedure.