Dr. Rasmussen prefers composite resin for filling teeth. Cosmetically, these fillings are far superior to amalgam; they are basically invisible in your tooth. Composite resin is a combination of powdered glass and acrylic resin, and technology is making it more and more durable. Unlike amalgam, composite resin bonds to the tooth, rather than simply being packed down into it. Click here to learn more.
A major advantage to choosing porcelain crowns is their ability to be created to look exactly like the teeth they are replacing, or an even more aesthetically-pleasing version. Porcelain crowns are available in a wide variety of shades in order to perfectly color-match them to your existing teeth. Click here to learn more.
A dental implant is a root replacement that replicates the root portion of a missing natural tooth. Because of the compatibility of the implant with the bone, a process called osseointegration, a dental implant fuses with the bone and becomes the anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental Implants can be used to replace a single tooth or multiple missing teeth. Click here to learn more.
Dentures are held in the mouth by nothing more than passive retention. This means that impressions are taken of the mouth (without teeth) and dentures are fabricated precisely to the underlying tissue. Typically, people who have dentures have to rely on denture adhesive to keep the denture in place. Click here to learn more.
Full Mouth Reconstruction is the systematic approach to restoring all (or nearly all) your teeth at the same time. There are different reasons for needing this full-mouth restoration treatment. Click here to learn more.
An Over Denture is a denture that is attached to dental implants. This option definitely helps to stabilize or retain the denture in the mouth. The denture will actually “click” into place. Click here to learn more.
Dental implant crowns look and feel like natural teeth and are fused to the bone to provide stability. In fact, they may be indistinguishable from natural teeth to others. The use of porcelain crowns creates a smooth, metal-free appearance that fits in seamlessly with your other teeth. Click here to learn more.