Our office takes great pride in using the most advanced materials to restore teeth to their optimum condition and this results in a more natural appearance. We use state of the art equipment and materials to give you the results that you want and expect. Great strides have been made in dental restorative materials that allow us to improve your appearance while gaining both function and durability.
All of our crowns, dentures, and partials are made in America by lab professionals whom Dr. Edwards has been working with for over 25 years.
Our Crowns are made in a dental laboratory to Dr. Edwards' prescription. They are used to cap teeth that have been damaged beyond repairs normally made chairside. We create beautiful and life-like cosmetic results with ceramic materials that eliminate traditional metal. Crowns are very reliable due to the strength of the material and the bonded attachment to the prepared tooth structure. This procedure requires two office visits; preparation and delivery.
A bridge eliminates the space created when a tooth is removed. The teeth on either side of the space is prepared for crowns. The dental laboratory joins the crowns with a pontic to form the bridge. The crowns of the bridge are bonded to the prepared teeth. This procedure also requires two office visits; preparation and delivery.
Partial Denture & Full Denture
Partial Dentures and Full Dentures are removable appliances that replace missing teeth. These appliances are used when there are insufficient structures to support other treatments. There are many new products that make this service cosmetically appealing. They can help fill out the sunken cheek bone areas that come with aging. These appliances need to be examined for fit and function annually. They generally last 4-5 years. This service takes several visits.
Extraction of teeth is a surgical procedure. Dr. Edwards has studied many surgical procedures and uses the Ogram System. The Ogram System is an atraumatic system for simple and complex non-impacted tooth removal that protects the original cortical crestal bone, buccal-lingual plate, alveolus, periosteum, interproximal and soft tissues; and to accomplish the atraumatic removal in less than ten minutes of technique time. Having teeth removed is not a welcomed procedure. However, it can be unavoidable if a tooth is beyond repair or is infected. Our office provides information regarding alternate treatment. Allowing you to decide what treatment is right for you.