While our goal is to provide preventative treatment, sometimes restorative treatment is necessary. There are many options that can be customized to a patient’s specific needs.
Dental Implants are a long-lasting solution to replace missing or damaged teeth. We are pleased to feature an Oral Surgeon on staff, which allows to both PLACE and RESTORE your implant all in one place! Learn More.
If you have a broken or chipped tooth, gaps in your smile or any decayed teeth, we can restore your smile by placing a crown to replace any imperfections. Crowns are a durable and natural-looking solution to bring back functionality and radiance to your smile. Depending on the specific situation, Dr. Gray will find the right solution for you!
Removable Partials & Full Dentures
If dental implants are not an option, a partial can be customized to fill a space between your teeth. Full dentures are also available, as well as implant retained dentures. We are happy to discuss the options that best fit your needs. Learn More.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canals are the cavities that exist inside the walls of a tooth. When there is tooth decay, the pulp may be in danger of permanent damage. In these situations, a root canal treatment may be required to save the tooth before it decays further and is irreparably damaged. During a root canal procedure, the pulp is cleaned and the pulp cavity is filled in order to prevent an infection from developing in the tooth. This procedure should quickly relieve your toothaches and stop any infection from progressing.
These are some common symptoms that indicate you might need a root canal treatment:
- Tender gums which might also be swollen
- Extreme sensitivity to cold and hot temperatures
- Discoloration of the tooth
- Severe toothache
Dr. Gray loves doing oral surgery, especially since seeing the oral surgeon as an adolescent changed her own life! From soft tissue management to removal of wisdom teeth, you can be confident in her care.
When a cavity needs to be filled, we use modern, quality materials from legitimate manufacturers. Dr. Gray takes regular Continuing Education (CE) courses to stay on top of the latest techniques.