Wilder Dentistry is committed to offering a full range of dentistry services. Whether you’ve had repairs or need a complete replacement, we recommend continual check-ups to assess your gums and bone density to assess the surrounding areas associated with your implant.
When a person feels like they can’t genuinely smile for fear of what others may think, it leaves a heavy burden of insecurity. Your smile is what people see first so it affects that coveted “first impression”. Dental Implants have helped recover smiles and self-esteem by not only creating healthier mouths but beautiful ones!
Dental implants are a permanent solution to the unfortunate circumstance of missing or unhealthy teeth.
- Protect Remaining Teeth: When a space is vacant in your mouth from losing a tooth, it causes bone loss. As you endure stress and oral pressures the remaining teeth can begin to shift into the hole where the tooth used to be. Therefore, your once healthy teeth can grow unstable and if more bone loss occurs you could lose even more teeth. This is where dental implants come in.
- Properly Chew Food: The primary functionality of teeth is to help you chew up food. Dental implants allow you to chew and digest food properly. Since they are so similar to natural teeth, how you eat or what you eat doesn’t have to be altered.
- Eliminate Health Issues: When your oral health diminishes it can ultimately affect the rest of your body. Dental implants not only keep your mouth healthy but also help prevent periodontal disease; an infection that affects the gums around the teeth. If this disease is given the chance to progress it can lead to some detrimental health issues including heart attacks, strokes, Alzheimer’s, diabetes and more.
Teeth in a Day (CEREC)
We know you’re busy and don’t want to spend your life in a dentist office. That’s why we use CEREC technology to provide crowns to our patients in just one appointment.
CEREC computer technology creates a 3D model of the patient’s teeth. The CEREC machine can then manufacture the perfect dental crown right here in our office–within minutes!
What is CEREC?
Chairside: Your dentist will complete your crowns in the patient room from start to finish–no labs necessary.
Economical: You’ll only have to spend your money and time on a single visit and one perfect dental restoration. You won’t need temporaries or follow-up appointments.
Restorations: CEREC crowns will restore your natural smile to its optimal beauty and strength.
Esthetic: Single day crowns look stunning, and are designed to match your natural teeth.
Ceramic: Expect nothing less than high-quality ceramic materials that will feel and look completely real.request an appointment
A bridge is an ideal method to fill the space created by missing teeth. A bridge is one or more artificial teeth that are cemented into place using the teeth on either side for support, hence the name. This is an option for filling the space created by a missing tooth. A bridge replaces the missing tooth, both functionally and cosmetically. Bridge work is as much an art as it is an exact science. The materials used may be gold alloys, porcelain bonded to metal alloy, or all ceramic materials.request an appointment
Inlays and Onlays
Dental inlays and onlays are considered a conservative method of treating damaged teeth. They are used instead of placing a crown. Some dentists even use inlays and onlays to treat tooth decay. Instead of filling in the tooth, your dentist may use dental inlays and onlays.
Dental inlays and onlays are made in a dental lab and then fitted to your tooth. They are then bonded to your tooth.request an appointment
Cracked Tooth Repair
Cracked teeth can cause a variety of symptoms including pain while chewing, temperature sensitivities, and the release of biting pressure. It’s common for pain to come and go, which can make diagnosing the cause difficult.
While you chew, cracked pieces of your tooth move, causing the pulp within the tooth may become irritated. When biting pressure is released, the crack can close quickly resulting in sharp pain. If left untreated, the pulp will eventually become damaged and the tooth will constantly hurt, even when you are not chewing.
There are different types of cracks, and each should be evaluated to prevent tooth loss and infection.