Dental implants are surgically placed in your jaw to fuse with the bone tissue and replace lost tooth roots. If you choose implants, Dr. Hine will refer you to a skilled local oral surgeon for implant placement. When your jaw has healed, Hine Dental will attach your custom crown, bridge, or denture.
If you have a cracked, severely decayed, or weakened tooth, a crown can often preserve it. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped restorations that will fully cover damaged teeth, restoring both function and appearance. In some cases, Hine Dental may be able to provide a convenient same-day crown.
You are likely a candidate for a dental bridge if you are missing one or more teeth. At Hine Dental, we offer both traditional and implant-supported bridges. Dr. Hine can often convert existing traditional bridges into an implant-supported restoration for superior stability.
We offer traditional and implant-supported dentures, and we can convert your removable restoration into an implant-supported prosthetic. Often, Dr. Hine and his partner oral surgeon will use the All-on-4® method to provide implant-supported dentures with reduced impact to your jawbone.
Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are a conservative alternative to dental crowns. If you have a crack or very large cavity on a molar, an inlay or onlay will fit over the flat chewing surfaces of your teeth. They require less tooth preparation than crowns, and can dramatically restore your dental function.
Fillings can repair a tooth with a small- or moderately sized cavity. The restoration will strengthen your tooth and restore oral function. Hine Dental uses tooth-colored composite hybrid fillings. These restorations will harmonize with your smile and bond more strongly with your tooth.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is a multi-stage treatment that can address widespread oral damage. Working with Dr. Hine, you will select several restorative procedures to include in your treatment. Dr. Hine will use SNAP® cosmetic simulation software to give you a good idea of your final results.
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