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Fillings, Crowns, Bridges, Dentures and Inlay or Onlay Restorations in [GEOID]

What Materials Are Dental Crowns Made Of?

Made out of materials like gold, porcelain, or ceramic, dental crowns are commonly prescribed to protect damaged teeth. Dental crowns are basically caps that are placed over the teeth. In addition to providing protection to the teeth, they can also help to fix the appearance of crooked or misshapen teeth.

What Will I Have to Pay for a Dental Crown?

The cost of dental crowns varies depending on the condition of your oral health, the materials used, the placement of the crowns, and your dental insurance plan.

Dental Bridges

How Are Dental Bridges Put In?

Dental bridges are put in while you are under a local or general anesthetic. The bridge will be placed so that it covers any space where one or more teeth are missing. There are different bridge options that your dentist in may recommend to you. These include the traditional bridge, the partial bridge, the single-tooth bridge, and the cantilever bridge.

What Is the Average Price of a Dental Bridge?

Due to the fact that all bridges are custom-fitted, we are unable to give you an average cost of a dental bridge. The amount you will pay will be based on the materials used, the placement of the bridge, and the number of artificial teeth needed during the process.


Can Dentures Help Me?

Are you missing several of your natural teeth? If so, full or partial dentures may be the way to get your smile back to the way it used to be. Our office provides our patients with an array of denture options. Contact us to learn more.

Can You Tell Me How Much My Bill for Dentures Will Be?

The average cost of dentures is determined by the style of dentures that you choose. If you are concerned about how you will pay for your new dentures, you can discuss potential payment options with our friendly staff.

Will I Be Able to Eat Normally With My Full Dentures?

Your set of full dentures will allow you to both speak and eat normally. Most dentures are held in place via dental implants or adhesive. In some instances, your dentures may require a metal framework for structural purposes. No matter what, your full dentures will mimic the appearance and the function of your natural teeth.

How Do Partial Dentures Function?

Partial dentures are made out of plastic materials that mimic the natural appearance of the teeth. They are removable and sometimes held in place via a metal framework that utilizes clasps or acrylic attachments. Partial dentures will allow you to eat, speak and smile normally while replacing your missing teeth and correcting any gaps that exist in your smile.

Can I Afford Flipper Teeth?

If you’re in need of temporary partial dentures, you may be concerned about the cost. The number of teeth needed and the materials used to construct them determines the cost of flipper teeth.

What Does the Procedure for Immediate Dentures Consist Of?

If you decide on Immediate Dentures, you will usually be able to have the process completed within two steps. During the first step, an impression of your mouth will be made. The second step consists of tooth extractions and being given your new dentures.

Dental Fillings

How Do Dental Fillings Function?

A dental filling is utilized when a patient has a cavity. The filling serves to protect the tooth from further decay. When you have a filling put in, the dentist will give you a local anesthetic so that you won’t feel anything during the procedure.

How Expensive Are Dental Fillings?

The materials that are used for your fillings will be the primary factor in determining how much you will owe. The vast majority of dental insurance providers provide coverage for dental fillings.

Will It Hurt to Have a Composite Filling Put In?

Your dentist will utilize a local anesthetic to numb the area being treated. This makes it so that you will remain comfortable throughout the appointment.


What Is a Ceramic Dental Onlay?

A ceramic dental onlay is a mold used to replace missing fillings or to fill in severely damaged teeth. This onlay extends over the cusp of the affected tooth. Onlays made out of other materials are also available.

How Much Can I Expect to Pay for a Dental Onlay?

The cost of a dental onlay will vary depending on the severity of your case and the materials used. Check with one of our dentists to determine how much you may be expected to pay.

What’s the Average Cost of a Dental Overlay?

During your initial visit, one of our dentists will provide you with a detailed estimate of what your dental overlay will cost. Overlays are typically recommended in cases where teeth are severely damaged and require extensive coverage.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

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