Repair Your Smile with Restorative Dentistry
We can place and restore dental implants. These titanium posts are inserted into the jawbone to replace missing tooth roots. As such, implants provide an excellent foundation for crowns, bridges, and dentures. Our dentists offer traditional and mini implants as well as the All-on-4® technique.
Dental crowns cover the entirety of your tooth providing support after treatment for damage or decay. Ninety percent of our crowns are metal-free, made from durable, natural-looking e.max® porcelain and zirconia. We may even be able to treat your tooth and place your crown in a single day.
Bridges are restorations consisting of one or more crowns and are used to replace missing teeth. Our bridges are made from a combination of zirconia and porcelain, for strength and aesthetics. We typically recommend implant-supported bridges, as they are more durable and can prevent jawbone atrophy.
Dental Inlays and Onlays
If your tooth has damage that is too extensive for a dental filling but not large enough to warrant a crown, we may recommend an inlay or onlay which cover just the side or chewing surface of the tooth. We create all inlays and onlays in-office using tooth-colored materials and our CEREC system.
A filling provides support following cavity treatment. We use composite fillings that restore your tooth while providing a realistic look. We do not typically replace amalgam fillings if they are functioning properly, but if they are in disrepair or causing cosmetic concerns, we can replace them.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is a customized treatment plan designed to fully restore your oral health from any state of compromise. A combination of procedures may be performed such as dental implants or even cosmetic treatments. We use the most advanced technology to design and place restorations.
Both traditional and implant-supported dentures can replace an entire arch of teeth. Patients can restore their bite and take confidence in their ability to smile, speak, and eat once more. If necessary, we can place implants and attach dentures during the same appointment with All-on-4 ® options.
Bone loss can occur as a result of prolonged tooth loss, extensive gum disease, or facial trauma. To restore your candidacy for dental implants, we perform bone augmentation. Our doctors can perform all aspects of treatment in our office for your convenience.
"My family has grown up with the KFA family. The warmth and service provided by the whole KFA team assures me that I've given my children the best foundation for their overall dental health."Joann D.