Dr. Montee knows that a having a bright and healthy smile leads to a boost in confidence in his patients. Our team offers a wide variety of restorative services that will give you the confidence to smile bright! Read below to see how we can help you today!
Crowns & Bridges
Although it is a common dental procedure, placing dental crowns and bridges still triggers curiosity in a vast majority of patients. At Montee Dental Co. our team of dental professionals spends considerable time with patients explaining procedures such as placing crowns and bridges to alleviate any concerns. Dental crowns and bridges represent a fixed prosthetic that Dr. Montee and his team of professionals attach to existing teeth or implants.
Also referred to as caps, crowns cover a damaged tooth or implant. Bridges cover a larger space for patients missing one or more teeth. By using a dental bonding agent, Dr. Montee ensures a crown or a bridge remains fixed in your mouth for years to come. We can even get this done in one visit with our state-of-the-art PlanScan®.
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At Montee Dental Co. we offer high quality dentures for patients that either want a temporary solution for missing teeth or a long-lasting way to enjoy the power of replacement teeth. Affordable dentures provide our patients with the ability to enjoy eating their favorite foods without having to endure the pain and inconvenience of living life with missing teeth.
For those of you with existing dentures, you know how difficult it can be for your bottom denture to stay in place. Dr. Montee offers “All-on-4” implant retained dentures. Sometimes referred to as “snap-on” dentures, Dr. Montee can place multiple implants that will allow your current denture to snap into place giving you more confidence in your smile.
Root Canal Treatment
A root canal represents a medical procedure to repair a badly damaged tooth. The term “root canal” refers to the natural forming cavity located in the center of each tooth. Teeth nerves, which are vital for sensing the temperature of food and beverages, wind around within the root canal. Sometimes, Dr. Montee has to take measures to prevent the decayed section of a tooth or teeth from becoming infected. During a root canal Dr. Montee removes the infected pulp and nerves, and then he cleans the area before adding a crown to prevent tooth exposure to bacteria. You might need a simple root canal or the damaged tooth is in such poor condition that Dr. Stan recommends a root canal and crown. After a root canal your tooth will become weak and brittle. Therefore, adding a crown to a root canal treated tooth is necessary to prevent fracturing and possible loss of the entire tooth.
According to the American Dental Association, an extraction involves removing a tooth because of trauma, decay, gum disease, or the overcrowding of teeth at the top and or bottom section of the mouth. The general procedure for removing a permanent tooth involves numbing the area where the damaged tooth is located. Dr. Stan and our staff are confident that we will keep you at ease during this treatment. A variety of sedation services are available to make your experience more comfortable. If you would like to know more about our extraction process, give us a call!