If a cavity, infection, or injury has impacted your tooth - it’s ok. West Reno Dental provides a comprehensive menu of restorative dentistry options to get your smile back to where it needs to be.
Fixed Dental Bridges
If you need to replace a missing tooth, porcelain bridges are anchored on top of the nearby tooth to fill in the space.
Porcelain Dental Crowns
A dental crown is a synthetic “cap” that is placed on top of your tooth, when its function or appearance is altered, or after a root canal. Dr. Paschal works with a private lab just down the road to provide custom matching when necessary!
White Dental Tooth Fillings
Tooth colored fillings are an alternative to silver restorations. The natural-looking material is made from composite or resin and matches your tooth enamel. Unlike silver amalgam fillings, tooth colored fillings match your tooth color and are more attractive. They are also temperature stable, meaning they will not expand over time and risk fracturing your tooth due to changes in temperature.
Dental Implant Restorations
Dental implants are an alternative tooth replacement that is made of synthetic material. Each one is placed in the area where your tooth previously sat in the jaw. They are anchored by bone that fuses to the artificial root, stabilizing it for life. Depending on how many teeth are missing, we can use implants to support a single artificial tooth, fixed bridge, or in some cases even dentures.
Millions of Americans wear dentures to replace their missing teeth. For patients missing all their teeth, we offer traditional dentures to give you back the function, feel and appearance of your natural teeth. The advancements in these restorations allow them to feel lightweight while mimicking the look and feel of natural teeth. Our Reno dentures are typically made of metal or synthetic materials like acrylic resin.
If you have broken a denture, even if it is one that we didn’t make for you, Dr. Paschal may be able to assist you in repairing it. Caring for your prosthesis can help it fit better, longer. Remember to remove it each night to soak it in a cleansing solution, and then brush it thoroughly the next morning.
Not sure what your smile needs? That’s ok. We’ll gladly discuss what options are available with you, so that you can choose the one that’s most appropriate for your individual smile.