Make Your Smile Look Like New
If you have a damaged or decayed tooth, you need a dental restoration to renew dental form, function, and appearance. Dental restorations come in all shapes and sizes, depending on the extent of the damage and the amount of natural tooth structure that can be preserved. Unfortunately, you’ve probably seen dark restorations that provide a clear sign that dental work has been done and that mar the natural beauty of a smile.
Henderson patients enjoy natural-looking, tooth-colored restorations from Dr. Heeyup Ghim of Black Mountain Dental. He wants your smile to look as good as new after your tooth is restored. He uses durable, proven materials that deliver outstanding function and aesthetics.
Customized Dental Restorations
Dr. Ghim designs dental restorations to restore damaged or decayed tooth structure and renew the integrity of teeth. The dental restoration that’s right for you depends on your unique needs, as well as your preferences. Today, people are opting for natural-looking restorations that blend seamlessly into their smile.
Some of your choices include:
● White fillings: Custom-tinted to match your natural-tooth colored, a composite resin filling forms a strong, long-lasting bond with your tooth to repair damage and provide protection. There’s no dark metal to mar your smile or create worries about the materials used. Dr. Ghim can also replace existing metal fillings with tooth-colored ones.
● CEREC same-day crowns: A crown fits atop a badly damaged or severely worn tooth to renew appearance and restore function. CEREC crowns are crafted from material that looks like your own tooth enamel. Plus, CEREC crowns are created while you wait. This innovative process eliminates the need for messy impressions and a temporary crown and dramatically decreases the time you have to wait for your permanent restoration.
● Dental implants: If you’ve lost a tooth or need a tooth extracted, Dr. Ghim can replace it with a substitute that rivals a natural tooth in appearance, durability, and function. A dental implant replaces both the root and crown of a tooth and can last a lifetime with proper care.