When you’re struggling with a dental injury or significant oral pain, relief should be provided as soon as possible. After all, these problems will only grow worse over time without proper intervention from a dental team you can trust. Here in Montgomery County, PA, our doctors and team members are here to support you however they can, offering a beautiful, modern office facility, a wide variety of comprehensive services, and the kind, personalized touch you need during these trying times. Whether you’re coming to us with a minor dental chip or missing teeth, we look forward to helping you regain your best smile. Patients from Hatfield, PA and other nearby areas are encouraged to contact us today and schedule an appointment!
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Dental crowns are a very versatile restorative solution, helping our team correct instances of dental damage, severe tooth decay, tooth wear, aesthetic concerns, and much more by rebuilding the structure of an individual tooth in a seamless, durable fashion. At Dental Innovations, we primarily specialize in metal-free restorations because of their increased biocompatibility and lasting natural appearance. Patients who have lost one or more teeth in a row could also benefit from the placement of a dental bridge, which is anchored in place with the help of dental crowns (fitted over adjacent natural teeth) to create a sturdy replacement.
Today, tooth-colored fillings are a significant improvement over the traditional amalgam designs older patients surely remember. Crafted from composite resin, this restorative treatment can be shaded to match the natural look of your smile for a more aesthetically pleasing final result, and its conservative nature also helps us preserve more of your tooth’s remaining healthy structure. The lack of metals also means that patients won’t experience anywhere near the same level of uncomfortable sensitivity, especially when their filling is exposed to hot or cold temperatures.
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures have been used to overcome extensive tooth loss for hundreds of years now, and our staff at Dental Innovations still recommends them for patients in search of a convenient and economical restorative solution. We’ll customize your prosthetic so it matches your needs and complements your appearance, whether you’re in need of a full arch or a smaller number of scattered replacement teeth. Implant-retained dentures are also available for increased confidence and improved health benefits.
Root Canal Therapy
When a tooth has become badly damaged to the point that the inner root canal(s) are negatively affected, simple restorative treatments will no longer be effective enough to reverse the problem. Instead, our in-house endodontist, Dr. Alan Schatz, will provide root canal therapy to return needed health to the tooth and prevent the threat of extraction, allowing patients to maintain their natural smile.
This procedure will involve the removal of infected plaque and bacteria from the inner chamber of the tooth and the insertion of a safe, biocompatible material in its place, followed by a placed metal-free crown or filling to durably rebuild any lost structure. Today’s advancements in the dental field have made root canal therapy safer, more comfortable, and exceptionally successful!
Wisdom Teeth Extractions
Wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) are the last adult teeth to fully emerge in a patient’s smile, usually arriving anywhere between the ages of 16-22. Sadly, most patients don’t have enough room left in their mouth to accommodate these teeth, which can result in dangerous overcrowding, infection, and impaction. That’s why our team in Montgomeryville, PA often recommends wisdom tooth extraction as a preventive measure for patients who are likely to experience these kinds of complications. You can rest assured that we will handle this procedure as smoothly and comfortably as possible – your comfort is always our top priority!
Extracting one or more teeth is never our first choice at Dental Innovations, but there are situations where doing so can help preserve the patient’s oral health and overall quality of life. In addition to the conundrums caused by wisdom teeth, advanced gum disease, traumatic injuries, extreme tooth decay, and the need for orthodontic correction can all also lead to extraction becoming a requirement. Our team will be sure to discuss this procedure with you in full detail so that you feel confident and at ease about your treatment with us.