Restorative Dentist Rebuilding Worcester Smiles
Is your smile as strong and healthy as it used to be? If it’s not, our Worcester dental team can help. Whether you have a cavity, an infected tooth, or one or more teeth you need to replace, we have solutions that will help you smile again. Starting with a consultation appointment, your dentist will build a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and leads to a restored smile.
Our restorative dental services include:
Traditional Crowns & Bridges
Do you need to restore a decayed tooth or replace one or more missing teeth? Common Park Dental has two great services that can help. The first, known as a dental crown (or cap) improves the strength and appearance of a severely decayed or damaged tooth. Crowns are also used in root canal procedures to restore the tooth your dentist has worked on. A crown will do more than just strengthen the tooth and improve its appearance, however. Your crown will also protect and preserve the root underneath.
Meanwhile, a dental bridge is special prosthetic that helps a patient replace one or more teeth. Your bridge will include a custom-made replace tooth along with one or two abutment crowns. These crowns will be placed over healthy teeth and act as an anchor for your restoration. Once in place, your bridge will fill in the gap in your smile, giving you beautiful, natural-looking results you can enjoy for years to come.
No matter which service you need, you’ll receive fully personalized care from our Worcester team. Your treatment will begin with a full oral health exam and consultation, during which your dentist will help you understand your needs and the treatment options available to you. If you have questions about what we discuss, we’ll be happy to answer them.
A tooth fracture or a deep cavity can cause an infection to develop in the root canals in a patient’s tooth. If this has happened to you, root canal therapy will help you save your tooth. During your procedure, your dentist will clean the inside of your tooth, removing all traces of infection, and then fill it with a safe, biocompatible substance. To complete your procedure, we’ll place a custom-made crown over the tooth to restore its strength and protect it from developing a new infection.
Are you preparing for treatment with braces or dentures? Do you need to have your wisdom teeth removed? At Common Park Dental in Worcester, we can help patients with their diverse extraction needs. During a consultation appointment, we’ll explain exactly what you can expect from your procedure, and we’ll happily answer any questions you might have. Our office is committed to offering comfortable extraction care in a modern environment.
Most wisdom teeth, which are also known as the third molars, don’t show signs of coming in until mid-to-late adolescence. The problem is that our modern jaws don’t have any room for them. Because of this, we recommend having the wisdom teeth removed before they have a chance to erupt. If they are are allowed to erupt, a range of complications, like crowding or impaction, can occur. These conditions are not only painful; they can have a serious impact on your health and wellbeing. During a consultation appointment, we’ll be happy to explain your procedure and answer any questions you might have.
Dentures, Partial & Valplast Partials
Do you need to replace multiple teeth or even a full row of teeth? Our Worcester dental office would be happy to create a denture for you. A denture is a special prosthetic that helps patients restore missing teeth to achieve a full, beautiful smile. A traditional denture replaces a full upper or lower arch and is held in place by a simple adhesive cream or natural suction. For some patients, though, the best option is an implant-retained denture, which can lead to even better results.
But what about patients who only need to replace a few teeth? In those cases, we’re happy to offer partial dentures by Valplast. A partial denture, often referred to simply as a partial, features multiple prosthetic teeth spread across a gum-colored base. Traditional partials are held in place by clips or brackets, but not a Valplast partial. Metal-free Valplast partials are designed to fit precisely without clips or brackets. What’s more, your partial comes with a lifetime guarantee from Valplast, protecting it against breakage or fracture.
Do you want to talk with one of our team members about dentures and partials? Don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation with us? During your visit, your dentist will complete an oral exam and discuss your treatment options with you. If a Valplast partial is right for you, we’ll explain exactly what you can expect from your treatment. You can learn more about them by clicking here to visit their website.
Call us today if you’re ready to schedule an appointment. Common Park Dental is located in Worcester, Massachusetts and offers modern care in the fields of preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry.