As prosthodontists, both Dr. Uchil and Dr. Girskis are certified experts when it comes to fixing decayed and broken teeth as well as replacing missing teeth. Each has completed years of specialty training focused on creating high-quality, custom-made restorations that can renew a tooth both functionally and aesthetically. So, if you have one or more teeth in need of repair or replacing, you couldn’t be in better hands than if you visited SAAV Prosthodontics for restorative dentistry in Livonia. Our dentists can use their skills and knowledge to basically turn back the clock for your smile! Call us today to learn more about your options.
Tooth-colored fillings are just as reliable and long-lasting as traditional silver ones, but they offer a distinct advantage—the composite resin material can be shaded to blend perfectly with a patient’s enamel. That means they’re able to repair cavities in a way that doesn’t stick out in the smile, meaning patients don’t have to worry about others noticing their dental work whenever they speak or eat. Even better, these fillings help preserve more natural enamel during placement compared to traditional ones as well, leading to a much stronger tooth overall.
If you have a severely decayed, broken, or missing tooth, then a dental crown may be exactly what you need to enjoy a full and healthy smile again. These restorations are designed to look and function just like natural teeth, and they work by fitting over a damaged tooth to protect the remaining structure. They can even be attached to prosthetic teeth to literally bridge the gap left by one or more missing teeth.
If you are missing several teeth throughout your mouth or even an entire row, the right denture can instantly replace them all and help you speak and eat just like you use to. Our partial dentures are able to fit comfortably among any remaining teeth like the last piece of a puzzle, while our full dentures sit directly on the gums and can bring back a full dental arch. We offer traditional removable dentures, but for patients who want the most secure and long-lasting fit possible, state-of-the-art implant-retained prosthetics are available as well.