Aesthetics aren’t an afterthought when we restore your decayed or damaged teeth. We will enhance your smile as we repair and strengthen your teeth.
Composite and Porcelain Restorations
Safe, long-lasting, non-metal fillings bond to your teeth to help protect them from further decay.
Translucent, natural-looking porcelain crowns cover badly damaged teeth and blend beautifully with your smile. With these strong, beautiful restorations we can be conservative while returning lost function.
Permanently Fixed Bridges
Get rid of the gaps. When it is not possible to use implants to restore lost teeth, we can still reduce your chances for shifting teeth and bite problems with this type of permanently fixed restoration. Many times we can use all-porcelain bridges with the backbone of zirconium to make your replacement so life-like it will be hard to tell which tooth was replaced.
Dental implants are the most functional, natural looking, and longest lasting way to replace missing teeth. An implant acts as an artificial root that is placed into the jaw and then the bone fuses to the artificial implant and after 4-6 months of healing time the final restoration is placed, or your new tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace a single missing tooth, to bridge between several missing teeth, or used to anchor removable prosthetics, or dentures.
If you are interested in seeing if you are a candidate for dental implants, give our office a call to schedule a consult with Dr. Bender.
We are able to provide extraction services in office. Occasionally we will refer to an oral surgeon.
We work with Anesthetists of Washington to provide oral sedation during dental procedures. Please call for availability.
With ozone dentistry, conditions that once required minimally invasive treatment can now be treatment without the need for local anesthetics or drilling. Click here to learn more.