Cosmetic services provided by dentist in 29646 zip code area
Patients in the 29646 zip code area who are interested in visiting a cosmetic dentist should look no further than Dr. Christopher T. Griffin, DMD. At his practice, he ensures patients not only improve the functionality of their smile, but he takes the steps necessary to transform their smiles into a beautiful work of art. His practice offers both general and cosmetic dentistry to new and existing patients and can assist anyone who is interested in a stunning smile. Imperfections and lost teeth can be addressed with a wide variety of dental services, including:
Disease, trauma, and aging can cause patients to lose their natural teeth. When this happens, dentures are an affordable solution. Dr. Christopher T. Griffin, DMD offers both full and partial dentures to restore a smile.
Missing teeth can be restored with dental implants, which are a revolutionary way to improve the smile. Using titanium posts, the dentist will implant this restoration into the jawbone and restore it with a dental crown for beauty and functionality.
Tooth decay is a common problem for patients who do not visit their dentist regularly or care for their teeth with proper oral hygiene. Fillings are often used to address cavities, but there are times when the area of decay is too large for a filling. Inlays and onlays can be made from impressions of the teeth and used to fill and seal areas of decay to protect them from further damage.
Dental crowns are porcelain restorations bonded over natural teeth to hide imperfections, restore a dental implant, or protect a weakened or broken tooth. Dental crowns are made to match the existing teeth to blend in seamlessly with the smile for a beautiful cosmetic solution.
Dental bridges are fabricated from porcelain and are made to fill a space left by a missing tooth. Dental bridges are created from two dental crowns and a false tooth. They are fused together and bonded over the adjacent teeth to support the restoration and improve the function of the dental arch.
Thin porcelain veneers are bonded over natural teeth to change their appearance. Veneers are used in situations such as when teeth are unusually shaped, broken, or permanently stained.Back to Home Page