Advanced Restorative Dentistry
in Ridgefield Park, NJ
No matter what life throws at your smile, our team is ready and equipped with the knowledge, service offerings, and experience to help you regain a healthy, fully functioning smile. We never want our patients to have to deal with tooth pain, decay, or tooth loss on their own—we’re here for you! Are you in need of a smile restoration? Please contact us to book your consultation!Contact Us
Fillings are exactly what their name suggests. After tooth decay is removed, we use tooth-colored, composite resin fillings to reshape and fill in the damaged area of the tooth. The purpose of fillings is to strengthen a tooth’s structure after decay and preserve the tooth’s health and appearance.
CEREC® Same-Day Crowns
In the past, crowns took up to a few weeks to design, fabricate, and place. Now, thanks to CEREC technology, we complete the entire crown process in a single visit. When you come in for a crown, we’ll prepare your tooth, take impressions, design a 3D model of your crown, and fabricate it using our on-site milling unit. Then, we’ll cement it over your prepared tooth and make sure that it fits nicely.
Bridges are used to replace multiple missing teeth in a row. They are designed to have dental crowns on either end with replacement teeth attached in the middle. The crowns connect to existing teeth beside the gap or to two dental implants placed into the jawbone. Once the bridge is in place, patients can enjoy a complete, functioning smile.
Full & Partial Dentures
If you’re missing quite a few teeth, we’ll probably recommend a denture over a bridge. Our natural-looking dentures have gum-colored bases with realistic-looking replacement teeth attached. We can create both traditional and implant-supported dentures to fit your needs and budget.
Start-to-Finish Dental Implants
For a permanent tooth replacement solution, dental implants are a popular method. Implants are small, titanium posts that we surgically place into the jawbone to mimic natural tooth roots. The metal implants provide a stable foundation for tooth restorations—crowns, bridges, or dentures–to connect to.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
The wisdom teeth, third set of molars, are the last set to come in. Many patients don’t have room in their jawbone for their wisdom teeth to properly erupt. When this is the case, complications can arise, such as impaction, crowding, and potential damage to existing teeth. We perform gentle wisdom teeth removal to safeguard your oral health.
Root Canal Therapy
While root canal therapy may sound intimidating, it’s actually nothing to fear. Root canals can actually save a damaged tooth and alleviate tooth pain. We remove the diseased pulp from inside of the tooth’s canals and disinfect the inside of the tooth. Then, if needed, we’ll place a crown over the tooth for additional support.