Restorative Dentistry That Restores Your Teeth, Your Health, and Your Lifestyle
Dental restorations are effective for tooth replacement, repairing your damaged and decayed teeth, and improving your tooth, gum, and bone function.
Restore Your Teeth
Dentures replace your missing teeth and restore your tooth function. Your denture treatment options include full dentures, partial dentures, over-dentures, and implant-supported dentures.
Full-mouth rehabilitation can correct your improper bite (malocclusion), severely damaged or worn teeth, tooth loss complications, and unhealthy gum tissue. Your Knoxville restorative dentist uses diagnostic equipment and technology to ease your muscle pain and improve your jaw and muscle function.
A dental crown repairs the surface portion of your damaged or decayed tooth. Your crown fits securely over your tooth root and functions as your natural tooth would.
A dental bridge fills the gap caused by your missing tooth or teeth. Your bridge is secured to your surrounding teeth to fit naturally with your existing gum line and restore your tooth function and appearance.
Dental implants provide a long-lasting, secure tooth replacement option. Your implant forms a new tooth root that is covered with a dental crown for a solid, natural-looking tooth restoration.
Restore Your Health and Lifestyle
TMJ treatment provides relief from the pain and discomfort associated with the joint that connects your upper and lower jaw (temporomandibular joint). Our in-office technology stimulates your tense muscles and provides relief from facial pain, neck pain, and migraines.
If necessary, we partner with an oral surgeon. Surgical procedures can improve your bite and restore the proper balance to your teeth.
Restore Your Sleep Health
Sleep apnea is the disorder caused by interrupted breathing during your sleep and also leads to excessive snoring. We partner with sleep professionals for treatment solutions that can include a dental appliance.
Your custom-fitted oral appliance opens your airway to improve your breathing during sleep. The treatment is more comfortable than a CPAP machine that’s used to treat sleep apnea.