Implants are metal posts that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Our dentists can then mount replacement teeth into them. This allows for natural-feeling teeth unlike conventional bridges or dentures. We also offer non-surgical mini implants that are smaller and more economical.
If you have missing teeth or decaying teeth that need to be removed and replaced, schedule a consultation to determine if you would be a good candidate for implants. Call (405) 842-1115 or schedule an appointment.
Our crowns are custom made to look like your natural teeth, then placed on top of your original tooth. We recommend this procedure when a tooth is generally broken down and fillings won’t solve the problem.
Bridges, as the name implies, “bridge” gaps and replace the tooth/teeth between one or more missing teeth. They are made of two or more crowns to hold the teeth in place. This will make everyday activities such as eating and talking easier, while also restoring your bite and the natural shape of your face.
These are necessary to replace an infected tooth with a damaged root. This can be caused by an injury or a large cavity. You may need a root canal if you are experiencing severe tooth pain or if your tooth has broken down or decayed to the nerve and blood supply. The procedure is far more pleasant than it used to be, and many teeth take no longer to complete than a filling.
Let our experienced staff provide a consultation to determine the best and least invasive course of action, and if a root canal is in fact needed to address your needs. Call (405) 842-1115 or schedule an appointment.
Dentures are removable appliances that can replace missing teeth and help restore your smile. If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth for any reason (gum disease, tooth decay, or injury) getting dentures will benefit both your appearance and your health.
If you are experiencing issues with loose dentures, a few implants can aid with retention of your dentures using a unique attachment that helps strengthen and support the entire appliance.
Fillings restore teeth that have been damaged to their normal function. By closing off holes where bacteria can enter, fillings help prevent further decay. When our dentists give you a filling, they first removed the decayed tooth material, make sure the area is clean, then fills the area with filling material.