Restorative Dentistry in Sugar Hill
Also serving Johns Creek, Buford, & Suwanee
Even with the best oral hygiene habits, no one is exempt from dental problems. And when they happen, the team at Dentistry of Sugar Hill can help. We offer comprehensive restorative dentistry services to restore natural appearance and complete function to teeth that are chipped, cracked, discolored, decayed or missing.
Thanks to modern advances in restorative dentistry techniques and technology, we complete treatment quickly, cost-effectively and with little to no discomfort. Together, you and our dentists will create a treatment plan that accomplishes your specific goals and delivers the outcomes you desire.
Orthodontics fix teeth that are crooked, crowded or otherwise badly aligned or spaced. Orthodontic treatment gradually and gently moves teeth into the correct position over a time period of about a year. We offer traditional orthodontics with metal brackets and wires and the Invisalign system, which uses a series of clear plastic aligners. Many patients prefer Invisalign because it is comfortable, discreet and works quickly (the average treatment time is a year or less).
Dental implants are prosthetics that replace the entire tooth, root to crown. The implant post is surgically placed in the jawbone, where it becomes part of the bone’s anatomy. Once it heals, it is topped with an artificial tooth. Dental implants can replace a single missing tooth with a crown, or anchor bridgework or a denture appliance. Because they are anchored in the jawbone, they are considered a permanent replacement. They have added benefits that removable tooth replacements do not; for example, they help keep the jawbone under the missing tooth stimulated and healthy, and prevent bone-loss related problems.
Dentures are appliances that recreate the look of teeth and gum tissue. They are constructed from top-quality plastic and metal materials. Complete dentures replace all of the teeth in the upper jaw, lower jaw or both, and partial dentures fit in between existing healthy teeth to fill in gaps.
Traditionally, dentures were not cemented in the mouth and could be easily removed at night (they are not worn during sleep). Nowadays, another option is to use several dental implant posts to anchor the dentures for added stability and security.
Schedule a Consultation at Dentistry of Sugar Hill
If you are concerned about repairing or replacing a tooth, the team at Dentistry of Sugar Hill welcomes you to contact our practice. Call or email us today to schedule an appointment to talk about your particular needs and goals.