Broken or missing teeth have an impact on your oral health, but a compromised smile can also affect your confidence and overall well-being.
The skilled prosthodontists at Cary Prosthodontics in Cary, NC, use state-of-the-art technology and expert care to restore patients' smiles.
Learn how custom-tailored prosthodontic care at our advanced practice can improve nearly every aspect of your life...
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When it comes to restoring smiles, the team of compassionate dental professionals at Cary Prosthodontics is second to none. By applying the fundamental principles of prosthodontics to every aspect of your care, you can expect nothing less than the best treatment in order to improve your dental function.
Whatever your needs, our doctors will combine their extensive knowledge and experience with the latest advancements in modern dental technology to rejuvenate your smile.
Our Cary, NC, prosthodontists provide convenient care for the communities around the greater Raleigh area. To learn more about how we can address your needs, you can contact us online or call:
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How Can Prosthodontics Help Me?
Missing teeth do more than just affect the appearance of your smile. The roots of teeth are important to keep your jawbone strong. When a tooth is lost, the lack of stimulation causes the bone tissue in your jaw to begin to deteriorate. Left untreated, jawbone atrophy can lead to further tooth loss. Dental implants are the only treatment in modern dentistry that is proven to stop jawbone atrophy. This is because implants act as substitute tooth roots, offering unmatched stability for a restoration such as a crown, bridge, or denture. Our prosthodontists can develop an implant treatment plan to address your tooth loss and provide you with a strong, stunning smile.
Imperfections in our teeth such as chips, cracks, gaps, and stains can cause patients to feel self-conscious about the appearance of their smile. Dental bonding uses a tooth-colored material to conceal imperfections and create a smile you can be proud to share. Bonding is an affordable option and also requires minimal tooth alteration when compared to alternative treatments such as dental veneers. Dental bonding can be performed in a single office visit and unlike veneers, is reversible.
A tooth compromised by trauma or decay can be restored and protected following treatment with a durable dental crown. Using advanced materials that are engineered to mimic the light-reflecting properties of natural teeth, our skilled prosthodontists can create a dental crown that will be color-matched to blend seamlessly with your smile. Placed over a prepared tooth, a dental crown can protect your tooth from further damage and help you avoid the need for extraction. Designed to withstand normal biting forces, a dental crown can provide a decade or longer of reliable service with proper care and regular dental visits. Reinforce a weakened tooth and restore full function to your smile with a life-like dental crown from Cary Prosthodontics.
Our advanced dentistry practice can address widespread tooth loss with custom dentures. Our doctors offer a range of denture options to meet the individual needs of our patients including traditional full and partial dentures, implant-supported dentures, and All-on-4® restorations. Our prosthodontists pride themselves on creating highly aesthetic dentures for patients suffering from total or near-total tooth loss. We have developed an exclusive manufacturing process in-house that utilizes our advanced technology. This allows us to provide patients with a new denture in three visits. Our doctors can even convert existing dentures into an implant-supported restoration.