Concisely stated, dental implants are the most effective and cosmetically appealing long-term method of replacing missing teeth. They effectively restore ease to such tasks as chewing, biting, speaking, and smiling, returning to patients the freedom and stability they had with their own natural teeth. Indeed, dental implants come closer than any other restoration to actually being a natural part of the human body. This is because the titanium posts that are embedded in the jaw fuse with the surrounding bone, enabling them to provide unrivaled support for the exquisite restorations that will be attached to them. The result is a mouth filled with healthy, strong, natural-looking teeth.
Among the most versatile of all dental treatments, dental crowns can be used to strengthen weakened teeth, conceal aesthetic flaws such as severe discoloration, and preserve the healthy structure of teeth that have been treated for decay or infection. As with all restorations crafted by Smiles on Broadway, our dental crowns are custom made of the highest-quality materials to ensure their durability and strength. Just as importantly, Dr. Oppenheimer create crowns of such immaculate beauty that they will improve the appearance of any smile.
If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, a dental bridge may be the perfect solution for you. There are several types of bridges, but they all serve the same function: to fill the gap where a tooth is missing with an exquisitely crafted replacement tooth, supported either by dental crowns affixed to adjacent teeth or by dental implants. Whichever type of bridge best suits your needs, you can be assured of a perfect, comfortable fit and completely natural-looking results.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
In cases in which multiple teeth require treatment throughout the mouth, Dr. Oppenheimer can create a more comprehensive plan to restore your oral health. In devising a full-mouth reconstruction plan, our dentists will combine and customize restorative procedures to ensure that your teeth, gums, and other oral tissues are returned to their optimal health. In many cases, these restorative treatments are combined with cosmetic dentistry procedures to ensure that the resulting smile is as beautiful as it is healthy.