Dr. Arielle Wulfsohn and Dr. Scott Emalfarb offer dental implant restoration. Dental implants are small titanium posts surgically embedded in the jaw to simulate tooth roots and support dental restorations like crowns. A breakthrough in dental technology, dental implants are the most stable, natural-feeling anchor for replacement teeth. Patients with implant-supported restorations can eat, smile, laugh, and speak with the full confidence that their prosthetic will not slip out of place. In addition, dental implants prevent jawbone atrophy, which occurs when a tooth root is missing for an extended period of time.
Dental bridges are designed to fill the gap left by one or more missing teeth. The replacement of missing teeth can prevent the remaining teeth from weakening, shifting, or compromising your oral health. Dr. Arielle Wulfsohn and Dr. Emalfarb can provide you with a traditional bridge anchored with crowns, or an implant-supported bridge for incredible durability and lifelike support. Regardless of which option you choose, your new custom bridge will blend in beautifully with your natural smile.
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Fillings restore teeth that have been damaged by a cavity. Because we place high importance on employing the latest and best dental practices, our office is one of the few currently using Kerr’s newest composite bonding material for dental fillings. This innovative technology makes restorative procedures much quicker and easier, and the bonds look incredibly seamless. The new formula also reduces the chance of post-op tooth sensitivity.
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Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you are suffering from damaged or missing teeth, or from failed dental work, Dr. Arielle Wulfsohn and Dr. Emalfarb can help. A full mouth reconstruction is a customized plan that addresses your dental needs in a comprehensive manner through phased treatment. The goal is to restore the full function and beauty of your smile. Dr. Arielle Wulfsohn and Dr. Emalfarb will perform a comprehensive examination of your teeth, gums, temporomandibular joints, jaw muscles, and bite to determine your treatment options.
Dental crowns are commonly used to restore health and strength to a damaged or decayed tooth. These restorations can also be attached to a dental implant to replace the entire structure after tooth loss. Our practice offers custom-designed cosmetic crowns that can blend in seamlessly with your smile.
Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays can fix molars that are damaged by cracks, fractures, or large cavities. They are smaller and less invasive than dental crowns. Dr. Arielle Wulfsohn and Dr. Emalfarb aim to provide conservative dental treatments, offering inlays and onlays to preserve as much of the tooth as possible. These restorations are custom-made to fit the shape and color of your tooth, allowing for comfortable chewing and providing a natural looking appearance.