Crowns & Bridges
A dental crown simply fits over the top of a damaged tooth, and with one, Dr. Sadeghi can restore a tooth’s original strength and appearance at the same time. And, by placing crowns on either side of the missing teeth in a patient’s smile, he can use them to support a bridge and replace them. In either case, it takes just two appointments to get a restoration made just for you.
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In the past, fillings used to fix small cavities were made of a metallic material, so while they provided a strong and durable restoration, they always left a large gray mark on a tooth. Now, we can fully repair a tooth without affecting its appearance thanks to tooth-colored fillings. Made of a composite resin, they can be specially color-matched to a patient’s enamel so they blend seamlessly into the smile. Plus, because the material is metal-free, it also doesn’t expand and contract based on temperature, which helps it last much longer compared to traditional fillings as well.
Dentures & Partials
Multiple missing teeth can make even simple things like speaking and eating feel uncomfortable and awkward, but with custom-made dentures from Royal Dental, we can help patients reclaim their complete smiles. For those missing a few teeth, partial dentures can fill in the gaps like the missing piece of a puzzle. Or, with full dentures, we can instantly bring back an entire row. In any case, Dr. Sadeghi can design a denture suited to each patient that looks great, feels even better, and can be trusted to last.
Root Canal Therapy
At the center of every tooth lies a bit of soft tissue called the dental pulp, which among other things, contains the delicate nerve of the tooth. Whether due to a cavity or dental trauma, the pulp can sometimes develop an infection, leading to the mother of all toothaches. To relieve this kind of pain and save the tooth, Dr. Sadeghi can use root canal therapy. He’ll simply remove the infected tissue, clean the tooth, and then top it with a strong restoration. Thanks to modern dental techniques, this often feared procedure is now virtually painless.
A tooth extraction is often necessary if a tooth has become so damaged that it’s basically impossible to repair. We may also choose to remove one if room needs to be created in the mouth for a new denture or an upcoming orthodontic treatment. Most people need to have their wisdom teeth removed as well because they just don’t have enough room in their mouth for them. Fortunately, we’re able to provide all types of extractions here at Royal Dental, and we take every step necessary to ensure our patients’ comfort from beginning to end.