Dental problems come in many forms – it may be as simple as a small cavity in a tooth, or as serious as several gaps throughout your smile where natural teeth should be. Whatever your personal situation is, one thing is certain: you don’t have to struggle with these issues forever. Instead, pay a visit to Dina H. Cocco, DDS, PC of Ann Arbor here in Ann Arbor, MI! Our staff offers several restorative services that are designed to rebuild and revitalize your valuable smile so that you can get back to living life to the fullest.
Dental crowns are a great option for rebuilding single teeth that are decayed, injured, weakened, or cosmetically imperfect. They’re designed to cover the remaining structure of the natural tooth while also preserving it, which is better for your oral health. We offer dental crowns made of multiple materials here in Ann Arbor, including tooth-colored ceramic! Additional options we can review with you include inlays, onlays, and fillings.
Definitely! If you’re missing multiple teeth that appear next to each other in the mouth, a bridge may be your best option for a sturdy and lifelike replacement. Bridges are named as such because they’re designed to “bridge” this gap by fixing dental crowns over adjacent teeth on either side. The crowns hold the bridge securely in place within your mouth, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence once more.
If you’ve lost a significant number of natural teeth (or even all of them), a custom-made denture is the most cost-effective way to regain a smile that’s strong and functional. Our practice offers both partial and full dentures that are modern in design, comfortable, and designed with your unique smile in mind – no “one-size-fits-all” here. We’ll work with you closely to ensure that your new prosthetic fits and feels like you want it to!
There are several tooth replacement solutions available at our office. One treatment option would be a dental implant. A dental implant is lifelike, functional and is impressively long-lasting. Dental implants replicate your whole tooth and root in a way that’s better for your overall oral health. If you’re interested in pursuing this state-of-the-art solution, all you need to do to get started is schedule a consultation with us!