Turn to Fergus Spades Dental Care in Jonesboro, AR, for all your dental restoration needs. Serving your community since 2001, we are dedicated to restoring the natural beauty of your smile with state-of-the-art dental procedures. Call us today at 870-910-0000.
Composite Filling to Repair a Tooth
Composite filling restoration method is used to repair a tooth that is affected by decay, crack, or a fracture. The decayed portion of the tooth is removed, and it is then filled with tooth-colored composite filling. You may need a composite filling for:
Closing the gap between 2 teeth
Broken or cracked teeth
Worn out teeth
Composite fillings can be done in one appointment. The dentist will remove the decayed tooth and thoroughly clean and prepare the space before placing the composite filling.
Dental Crown to Cover a Damaged Tooth
When a tooth is decayed or broken, you will need a crown or a cap to cover the entire tooth and restore it. Porcelain crowns are the most popular type of crowns. These are durable and strengthen tooth structure. You will need crowns in case you have:
Fractured or broken teeth
Fractured or large fillings
Had a root canal done to your tooth
Precision Dental Implants
This type of dental restoration process is mostly required in case of a missing tooth. You can choose from partial or complete dentures. Usually made from titanium, the artificial roots and teeth (dental implants) are surgically placed on the jaw bone.
Though dental implants are strong and durable, they need to be re-tightened and replaced from time to time.
Contact our dentists to learn more about the dental implant procedure.
Complete and Partial Dentures
A denture is a removable dental fixture that replaces missing teeth and resembles your natural teeth. Depending on how many missing teeth you have, you can either get a partial or a complete set of dentures.
A conventional type of denture is made after the teeth are removed and the tissue is healed. This takes about 4 to 6 weeks. An important point to note is that you will have to go without teeth for these 4 to 6 weeks!
If you don't want to go without teeth, you can choose immediate dentures, which are made in advance and placed immediately after the teeth are removed. Once the tissue is healed, the denture will have to be adjusted for comfort.
Fixed Bridge Dental Restoration Procedure
Visit Fergus Spades Dental Care to learn more about fixed dental bridges. This procedure is used to replace missing teeth. Talk to our dentists about the various types of fixed bridges available. Traditionally, fixed bridges are made from porcelain-fused metal.
Two crowns sit over two anchoring teeth and are attached to artificial teeth, thus filling the gap created by one or more missing teeth. Dental bridges are durable and effective. Talk to our dentists to schedule your dental appointment.
Procera Crown Dental Restoration Procedure
Do you suffer from damaged or poor-quality teeth? Let our dentists improve the health of your existing teeth with ceramic or Procera crowns.
Procera crowns provide excellent aesthetic results and are easy to install. You don't have to worry about the treatment as the whole procedure takes a short time and the aftereffects are minimal.
Dental Root Canal Therapy
When the nerve of a tooth is decayed or affected by an infection, you'll need root canal treatment to save the tooth and the tissue. The treatment starts with a thorough cleaning of the affected tooth, which goes deep down to the root of the tooth.
Root canal treatment requires 1 or more appointments for cleaning and filling the gap with special dental materials. The tooth is then sealed with a cap or crown. For more detailed information about root canal treatment, call us at 870-910-0000.
Schedule your appointment with our dentists. Visit us at 727 East Parker Road or call 870-910-0000.
Established in 2001, we are a locally owned and operated dental office and serve all of Jonesboro, AR and surrounding areas. Let the experienced doctors at Fergus Spades Dental Care provide you with quality dental care for your entire family.