Fillings are the most common dental restoration performed at our office. Your dentist will carefully remove decay from your tooth, and fill the remaining cavity with natural tooth-colored composite resin. For both cosmetic and health reasons, our doctors choose composite fillings over traditional silver (amalgam) fillings.
A crown is a natural looking tooth shaped restoration that completely covers your tooth. We place crowns when your natural tooth isn’t strong enough to function without protection; for example, to repair a broken or worn down tooth, to protect a root canaled tooth, to cover an implant, or to support a bridge. Most crowns in our office are made out of a very hard white material called zirconia, or a zirconia derived product. Zirconia is biocompatible and durable which makes it the best material for most, but not all, patients – so we’ll determine the best kind of crown for you based on your unique case. Feel free to ask us which is best for you. Learn more about crowns in Dr. Martin’s Q&A on our blog.
Bridges replace missing teeth by using the adjacent teeth as an anchor to literally “bridge” a gap with a natural-looking false tooth. Your anchor teeth are fitted with crowns so they can be strong enough to support the false teeth between them.
A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth. Dentures can replace one, many, or all of your teeth. We also offer a comfortable, permanent alternative to dentures, called the All-on-4.
Dr. Jennifer R. Martin has been in practice since 2000 and has been with Central Park West Dentistry since 2004. Her main focus is to provide her patients with quality dentistry in a compassionate and comfortable manner. Her ability to establish genuine patient relationships is evident by her loyal following. She received her Doctorate in…
Dr. Romney Piamonte’s passion for dentistry came at an early age when he experienced first-hand how a beautiful, healthy smile from expert dental care empowered his confidence. Dr. Piamonte received his Bachelors in Chemistry from UCLA, followed by his Doctorate in Dental Surgery from NYU College of Dentistry where he was inducted into the Omicron…
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