- At Sehnert Precision Dentistry we are committed to taking care of your needs at every level. We offer important preventative services such as exams and cleanings.
- We can also deal with minor dental issues through fillings and crowns.
- We are equipped and trained to deal with more serious dental problems through treatments such as root canals, extractions, bridges, dentures, dental implants, and more.
- We also enjoy providing cosmetic answers to aesthetic dental problems through treatments including veneers and teeth whitening.
We can never replace your daily oral hygiene. However, no matter how committed you are to brushing, flossing, and rinsing, you will benefit from semi-annual exams and cleanings. We will remove built up plaque that has escaped you, and we will diagnose problems before they become serious.
A wise person said, “You only get one chance to make a first impression.” Cosmetic dentistry offers numerous treatments that can help make your first impression a memorable one. This can be done through straightening teeth, whitening teeth, replacing teeth, and restoring teeth.
Nothing restores a more natural look when you are missing teeth like dental implants. They are implanted directly into the bone structure, so they look and feel like real teeth. You and your friends will forget that your teeth were ever missing.
Restorative treatments like crowns, inlays, and onlays are wonderful cosmetic treatments for restoring a beautiful smile. CEREC (CEramic REConstruction) makes these helpful treatments possible in just one office visit. Digital images of your damaged tooth and an office-based milling machine make these treatments a “while-you-wait” procedure.
Porcelain veneers are a popular and practical way to brighten a damaged smile. Thin, porcelain shells are custom made and fit to your chipped or damaged teeth that are the most visible. Your smile will look natural, healthy, and bright.
While preservation of natural teeth is always the goal of a dentist, at times extractions are necessary. When this is the case, your dentist is trained and equipped with the best tools for performing the extractions with minimal pain.
When you have to have a filling in a visible tooth, a great option is tooth-colored fillings. The composite resins which make up these fillings are a great match for the natural color of your teeth. Your smile will be as bright and natural as ever.
There is no simpler or more cost effective way to brighten your smile than teeth whitening. This bleaching process is quick and painless. You will have teeth several shades whiter in just one appointment.
For many years silver fillings were the standard choice for fillings. Recent developments in composite fillings have made them the new standard for fillings that are durable. They have the distinct advantage of matching the color of your natural teeth so that they are unnoticeable.
When the damage done to a tooth is a little more severe than a filling or veneer can restore, a crown is a common solution. This crown, commonly known as a cap, will cover the whole tooth. The recent use of porcelain means no one will even be able to tell you have a crown.
Bridges are commonly used to replace missing teeth by using remaining natural teeth as a foundation. A bridge is made by the connection of existing teeth to replacement teeth. The replacement teeth will look like a natural part of your smile.
Healthy gums will help promote a healthy body. Diseased gums, technically called periodontal disease, may be indicated by symptoms such as red or bleeding gums, consistent bad breath, abnormally loose permanent teeth, or gums pulling away from your teeth. The good news is that periodontal disease can usually be treated and healthy gums can be restored.
Dentures have long been, and continue to be, a great way to replace missing teeth. Partial dentures can replace a few missing teeth, or full dentures can replace all of your teeth. Modern materials have made dentures very natural looking.
Root canal therapy is a great solution for dealing with severe decay and pain while still preserving the natural tooth. The decay is removed and the tooth is filled and sealed. Advancements in technology and technique have made this once-feared procedure become routine and virtually painless.