Dr Greg Campbell Restorative Dentistry provide Restorative dental services that will repair structural issues with your teeth, such as breaks or cracks, in order to enhance the function of your pearly whites. Crowns, bridges and fillings are some of the most commonly used dental restorative materials, which are usually covered under basic dental insurance plans. Discover which restorative dentistry procedures are available to you Call us or fill up the Request for Appointment form to schedule an appointment.
The team at Greg Campbell DDS is committed to helping you maintain a whole, healthy smile. When your teeth become compromised by injury or decay, we use high-quality composite fillings to restore appearance and functionality. Composite fillings are different than amalgam fillings because they match the color of your surrounding teeth and offer more durability. You can count on composite fillings to reverse damage caused by cavities and other common issues.
Inlays and Onlays
If you have minor cracks or decay in your rear teeth, inlays and onlays can be used instead of traditional fillings. Greg Campbell DDS offers inlays and onlays as dental restorations for teeth that don’t need full crowns, but still need to be repaired. Your customized inlays or onlays are molded and bonded to any damaged teeth to create a natural appearance with more strength than the original teeth.
There are many steps that the dentists at Greg Campbell DDS take to strengthen, protect, and repair your teeth. However, sometimes decay or injury becomes so advanced that a root canal is the only option. During a root canal, your dentist removes the infected pulp of the decaying tooth to stop the spread of infection and help you keep your natural tooth. The canal of the tooth is cleaned, filled, and sealed. This nearly painless process stops your pain and helps you keep your natural tooth!
There are a few different reasons you may need a mouthguard. If you grind your teeth while you sleep, a customized mouthguard is one of the best ways to protect your teeth throughout the night. If you play contact sports, it’s also important to protect your teeth from injury by using a mouthguard. Your dentist can help you select the best type of mouthguard for your needs.
Extractions and Bone Grafts
Teeth extractions and bone grafts are complex procedures that require the skill of an experienced dentist like Dr. Greg Campbell. Dental Extractions may be needed if you are suffering from impacted wisdom teeth, severe tooth decay, or broken or fractured teeth. Bone grafts, on the other hand, are used to strengthen the integrity of your jawbone before a dental implant procedure.
Scaling and Root Planing
Scaling and root planing are the traditional treatments used to control later stages of gum disease. Scaling involves removing all plaque and tartar that sits above and below the gumline. Root planing is done after scaling. It is the process of smoothing the root surfaces under the gumline to minimize inflammation and help the gum tissue heal from infection. Planing also helps remove bacterial toxins from the mouth.
Nitrous oxide is a colorless and odorless gas used as a safe and easily controlled form of sedation during dental procedures. Unlike other forms of sedation that require IVs or injections, laughing gas is easily administered through a face mask. As you inhale, nitrous oxide gradually slows your body’s reaction time. Without immediate responses to pain and fear, you can coast through your dental appointment feeling calm and relaxed. It’s even safe for children!
Crowns (Sameday CEREC®)
Crowns are designed to cover the entire visible surface of a damaged tooth. Conventional crowns require multiple dental appointments, but CEREC® same-day crowns make the process easier than ever before. The team at Greg Campbell DDS is proud to offer same-day CEREC® crowns that are made using advanced technology. CEREC® crowns provide longevity and unparalleled aesthetic appearance for teeth damaged by deep cavities or fractures.
Tooth bonding repairs damaged teeth similar to veneers. While veneers are thin shells attached to the teeth, bonding is applied directly to each tooth using a thin coat of resin. A special “curing” light makes the resin permanent. This process is usually quicker and simpler than the application of veneers, but it can’t conceal gaps between the teeth or other issues that veneers commonly resolve.
Dental care is important long before your child ever has teeth! The team at Greg Campbell DDS is here to strengthen and protect your child’s smile in every way possible. We highly recommend making your child’s first appointment as soon as he turns one. By scheduling regular visits to the dentist, you’ll help your young child develop strong oral care habits and receive the attention and monitoring he needs for long-lasting dental health.
Greg Campbell DDS offers laser procedures using innovative laser technologies. Our soft tissue lasers are utilized to make essential surgeries less invasive. Whether we need to remove fibromas, expose your implants, perform a biopsy, or treat gum disease, our laser procedures enhance the healing process and deliver optimal results.
Implants and Oral Maxillofacial Surgery
The team at Greg Campbell DDS specializes in dental implants and maxillofacial surgery. If your smile has deteriorated and you need full-mouth reconstruction to repair the damage, implants are the best solution. Dental implants look and function just like natural teeth while also preserving jawbone and preventing further oral damage. Multiple implants can also be placed to support a bridge or denture for full-mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Campbell is here to help you explore your options and learn more about the oral maxillofacial surgery process.
The team at Greg Campbell DDS understands that your dental anxiety may make it difficult to receive the care you need. We offer sedation dentistry to alleviate the effects of dental phobia. Using safe and effective sedation measures, we relax patients who feel too scared or overwhelmed to sit calmly during an exam or procedure. We’ll help you select the form of sedation that best suits your needs.
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