Published: 2016-03-21

The term cosmetic dentistry applies to a wide variety of dental procedures that increase the aesthetics and functionality of your teeth. Some of the most commonly known cosmetic procedures are crowns, bridges, and teeth whitening, but not all cosmetic procedures are visibly noticeable. Some procedures increase only the functionality of your teeth, allowing you to chew better and improving your oral health. If you have ever considered cosmetic dentistry, our office specializes in dental implants in Westerly, RI.

Can You Benefit From Dental Implants?

Dental implants have the ability to give you a beautiful smile and provide you with the capabilities that are typically associated with healthy, natural teeth. Implants are commonly used to replace the following types of teeth:

  • Infected
  • Severely Damaged
  • Missing

If you suffer from any of the dental issues above, you may want to consider dental implants. Our implants will serve as roots for your teeth and provide an anchor for bridges, dentures, and crowns. The implants will also stimulate your gums and bone tissue, providing all of your teeth with a healthy and nurturing environment.

Implant Materials

There are many reliable and high-quality materials used to make crowns and bridges. Zirconia is the hardest material in the dental field and it is praised for its ability to create brilliant, natural-looking teeth. Zirconia crowns are attached to your dental implants, allowing them to serve the same functions as your natural teeth. These crowns are even resilient enough to hold up to tough or brittle foods such as corn, apples, and candy. Our periodontist will custom design your crowns or bridges to ensure that they blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth.

Explore Your Options

There are many types of cosmetic and implant procedures available to patients now, and our office will be more than happy to help you explore your options. Many of these procedures may even be able to help you create the breath-taking smile that you’ve always wanted. Call our office at (401) 596-0000 to speak with Dr. Gregory Toback.

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