General Dentistry

Partial Crowns, Inlays, & Onlays

At Concord Woods Dental Group, science and art come together to create long-lasting, natural partial crowns called inlays and onlays. Similar to tooth fillings, inlays and onlays fill cavities and other areas of trauma or tooth decay.

The most conservative approach to restorative dentistry, an inlay is a strong, durable material made outside the mouth that’s used to replace part of a tooth and is cemented or bonded into place. An inlay fits like a puzzle piece into the tooth. If one of the points, or cusps, is also replaced, this is called an onlay.

If the part of the tooth to be restored is even greater than a filling, inlay or onlay can accomplish, then we use a dental crown. Unlike regular fillings, which are composed of a soft material that is molded into the tooth, indirect porcelain fillings are generally shaped in a dental lab and then firmly cemented into place at a later visit. At Concord Woods Dental Group, we are able to use advanced Cerec® 3 technology to mill porcelain inlays and onlays while you wait and place them in your mouth the same visit!

If you are interested in finding out more about partial crowns or our longest-lasting inlays or onlays, please contact our Concord dentist office.


Dental Crowns

Dental crowns, also known as caps, slide over teeth to hide misshaped, misaligned, discolored, or other tooth imperfections. Dental crowns cover and protect cracked teeth, increase comfort, and offer extra support to teeth that are weak or damaged. If you have old crowns with black lines by the gums, the Concord Woods Dental Group dentists can make porcelain crowns that will vastly improve the overall appearance of your smile.

With our advanced Cerec® 3D technology, you no longer have to wait for your dental crowns to be sent out to a laboratory for molding. Instead, your entire restoration can be created while you wait, in just one office visit.

To find out more about dental crowns, please request an appointment with our Concord dentist office today.


Dental Bridges

At Concord Woods Dental Group, we believe that the best teeth are your own teeth. Our multi-specialty team of cosmetic dentists will do all they can to make sure that you keep your teeth. But sometimes, a tooth is badly damaged or lost. The good news is that a dental bridge can restore a badly damaged tooth or even replace a lost tooth.

A typical dental bridge consists of a filler tooth that is attached to two surrounding dental crowns. Once complete, our experienced Concord dentists bond this bridge structure into your mouth. Without a dental bridge, your remaining teeth can drift out of line and cause other dental problems, and possibly periodontal disease. All-porcelain dental bridges can safeguard the integrity of your existing teeth and help you maintain a healthy, vibrant smile. Dental implants are also a safe, more permanent option to dental bridges.

To find out more about how the Concord Woods Dental Group cosmetic dentists can help restore your smile, please contact our Concord dentist office today.


Dentures

The Concord Woods Dental Group multi-specialty dental team do all they can to make sure you keep your teeth. However, sometimes that isn’t possible and dentures are required. We offer many types of dentures, including complete and partial dentures.

Complete dentures are used when very little of your original teeth remain. A Concord Woods Dental Group dentist will first remove any of your remaining teeth to fit your dentures. Next, your dentist will make a mold of your gums and sends it to a dental lab where your customized dentures are constructed. Typically you’ll first be fitted with temporary dentures until your permanent set is ready.

Partial dentures are prepared in much the same way as a complete set and are recommended when only a few teeth are missing. In our Concord dentist office, Concord Woods Dental Group also offers implant-supported dentures. We work closely with our dental implant specialists to create the most appropriate dental solution for you.

To find out more about your denture options, please contact our Concord dentist office today.


Tooth Colored Fillings

Gone are the days when tooth ailments and cavities could only be treated with unsightly metal fillings. Today, modern, tooth colored fillings — or white fillings — made of durable resin or porcelain can be bonded to your teeth for a stronger, more natural-looking effect. Our Concord dentists are masters at matching the exact filling shade to your individual tooth color. These revolutionary tooth colored fillings are virtually undetectable and are easy to apply.

To find out if tooth colored fillings are a good option for you, please request an appointment with our Concord dentist office today.


Mouth Reconstruction

Concord Woods Dental Group excels at the art — and science — of creating a stunning full mouth reconstruction. With a discerning eye, our experienced, multi-specialty dentists perform a full mouth reconstruction with a combination of treatments, such as porcelain veneers, dental bonding, laser tooth whitening, dental implants, or porcelain crowns. They offer superior, natural-looking restorations that are almost impossible to distinguish from your own teeth. Thanks to Concord Woods Dental Group’s exceptional skill and training, our dentists create an ideal relationship between your teeth, bone, gum, and muscles to ensure the proper bite when your full mouth reconstruction is completed.

And, because all of Concord Woods Dental Group’s dentists and specialists work in the same practice, you can experience the convenience of one-stop dentistry and coordinated care.

If you’ve neglected your teeth over the years, had various dentists try to fix ongoing dental problems, or have crowded, badly aligned, or aging teeth, it’s time to consider a full mouth reconstruction and restoration to bring back your bright smile. Concord Woods Dental Group will thoroughly assess your mouth and work with you to develop a plan to repair or restore your teeth.

Request an appointment with our Concord dentist office today to find out what a full mouth restoration could do for your smile.