Renew a Damaged Smile with Restorative Dentistry
Dental implants are the most advanced method of tooth replacement. After these tiny metal posts have been placed into the jaw during a surgical procedure, they become fused with the surrounding bone to function like artificial tooth roots. Once healed, dental implants can provide a lifetime of unmatched support for restorations.
If you have a badly damaged tooth, we can use a dental crown to restore its strength and appearance. A crowns is a custom cap that completely covers the surface of a tooth. Dr. Jerry Hancock believes in providing patients with the best treatments available, which is why we offer crowns made of IPS e.max® ceramic.
Traditional dentures are affordable, removable restorations that are available to virtually all patients with extensive tooth loss. A partial denture can be used to replace several teeth, while a complete denture can replace an entire row. We offer custom traditional dentures that are both lifelike and comfortable.
If you are missing a large number of teeth and seeking the most stable restoration available, an implant-supported denture may be right for you. Held in place by artificial tooth roots, these prostheses will never move out of place, allowing patients to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
If we find that a single procedure cannot address all of your restorative needs, we can perform full mouth reconstruction by combining multiple procedures into a custom treatment plan. Dr. Hancock will work closely with you to plan your full mouth reconstruction, taking both your goals and budget into consideration.
Missing Teeth Solutions
Not only can missing teeth detract from your appearance and diminish your confidence, they can also lead to a range of oral health concerns. Fortunately, Dr. Hancock and his team offer several solutions to replace missing teeth. Dr. Hancock will listen closely to your goals to determine the right restorative option for you.
Inlays and Onlays
For patients with moderate dental damage or decay, we can place an inlay or onlay. These restorations are designed to strengthen and protect the chewing surfaces of molars. In addition, they are specially selected to match the shade of your teeth, enhancing both the form and function of your smile.
“I really appreciate the star treatment I receive at Dr. Hancock’s office.” —Mike