Discover the many ways we can help you achieve the perfect smile through our many services.
Whether you damaged a tooth crunching on some ice or you just hate that you never fixed those gaps between your teeth, there are a multitude of dental imperfections that can easily be fixed through the restorative and cosmetic dentistry services that our Brighton, MI, dentists - Dr. Brian Petersburg, Dr. Brian Giammalva and Dr. Wendy Jativa - have to offer. Here are just some of the ways we can improve your smile:
Don’t you want to replace your missing teeth with a restoration that will prove to function just like a real tooth? No one will be able to tell that your tooth isn’t yours. Implants are the only tooth replacement that actually works the same way real teeth do.
An implant will be placed into the jawbone so that it will meld together with bone and tissue, making it a permanent restoration. From there a dental crown will be placed over the implant to complete your smile. With the proper care, an implant could last the rest of your life.
If you have a tooth that has been cracked, broken, misshapen or discolored then chances are pretty good that you want a restoration that will both improve the appearance of your tooth while also protecting it from further damage. If this is the case, this tooth-shaped restoration might be all you need to strengthen the tooth and restore function. We even offer durable tooth-colored crowns that will blend seamlessly with the rest of your natural smile.
If you have cosmetic flaws that leave something to be desired then these porcelain layers may be all you need to get the smile you want. Custom-made porcelain structures are made to look like teeth and are adhered to the front of one or more teeth to alter and improve the color, shape or size of your smile. Traditional veneers may require some tooth preparation prior to getting your restorations but talk to our Brighton cosmetic dentists about whether no-prep veneers are a better option for you.
Sometimes decay or an infection goes unnoticed until it spreads into the inside of a tooth. When this happens the problem then affects the health of the dental pulp, the “feeling” structure of the tooth. A toothache may be the only symptom that something is wrong. During a root canal, we will go inside the tooth to remove the pulp and clean out the tooth. We will even seal up the root canals of the tooth to prevent bacteria from causing another infection in the future. In most cases, we will place a dental crown over the tooth to protect it.
Are you interested in getting cosmetic or restorative dentistry in Brighton, MI, then it’s time you turned to the experts that can give you the smile you want. Schedule your consultation with Brighton Family Dentistry today!