A full set of healthy teeth helps us to enjoy a healthy diet (and a few sweet treats here and there), to speak naturally and clearly, to smile with confidence, and maintain overall health and wellness. If your smile is suffering from decayed, broken, or missing teeth, the consequences run deeper than you’re probably aware. Thankfully, we can provide durable and natural-looking solutions to bring your smile back to life.
“This was one of the best dental experiences. Coming into this root canal, people scared me with stories! It was calming and easy. I am actually looking forward to completing my treatment plan and getting my teeth on track. My fright of the dentist definitely has passed! Thank You!” – Annie
You could be the most diligent brusher and flosser in the world, and still develop a cavity. Some people are just more prone to tooth decay than others. Others may have a sweet tooth or an acidic diet that promotes decay. Not to worry, we can help.
Tooth-colored fillings won’t expand and contract with temperature changes, making them a stable and attractive solution for a seamless, decay-free smile. Inlays and onlays repair larger areas of decay, or areas where old metal fillings once resided. Inlays and onlays are a conservative restorative option if the damage doesn’t quite require a full crown.
Crowns are tooth-shaped caps used to repair teeth that have been decayed, broken, or damaged. The crown process involves removing the unhealthy tooth structure and making room for the new cap to fit seamlessly with your natural teeth.
Bridges are used to replace a missing tooth, or several. Bridges usually consist of one or more fabricated teeth, anchored to the surrounding teeth on either side with the help of dental crowns. We have a number of bridge options available to suit your needs, and our crown materials include all porcelain, metal-porcelain, and zirconia.
With modern materials and technology, replacing missing teeth is easier and more life-like than ever. You don’t have to settle for dentures that rock and slip out of place. We create denture solutions that fit your lifestyle, and place dental implants right here in-house.
If you’re a candidate for dental implants, we highly recommend them as the #1 tooth replacement solution. Dental implants replace not only the crown, but the root of the tooth, which is an essential part of a healthy smile and jawbone. Come see us for a consultation today to find out how dental implants could change your life.
If you have a tooth that needs a crown, but there’s not enough of the tooth exposed in order to place said crown, we can use crown lengthening to remove excess gum tissue. Exposing more of your natural tooth allows us to place a crown successfully.
If you’re experiencing a toothache or signs of infection, you should come see us right away. You may have an infection within your tooth that needs to be treated with a root canal. Left untreated, root canals can spread infections throughout your body and cause serious harm. Trust us, the pain of an infection is much worse than a root canal itself. Most patients report minimal discomfort.
Kingery & Kingery, DDS is following all recommended American Dental Association (ADA) and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) guidelines for the safety & health of our patients and staff.
We are conducting pre-visit phone screenings and check-in pre-screenings that include taking temperatures. Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms or possible exposure to COVID-19 is asked to reschedule.