Our restorative dental services help you
RECONSTRUCT YOUR SMILE
MAINTAIN YOUR ORAL HEALTH
Revitalize and restore your smile.
OUR APPROACH TO RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY
Dr. Zolinski uses proven restorative techniques to help you save your teeth, or replace them where necessary, and restore your smile. Restorative dentistry improves a patient’s oral health and function so they can live a healthy life. Dr. Zolinski uses the latest in dental technologies, including digital impressions, to lessen chair time, ensure great results, and maximize patient comfort. Many patients come to Dr. Zolinski for full mouth restorations, which involve multiple restorative treatments to fully rehabilitate their smiles.
RESTORING STRENGTH AND AESTHETICS
Dental crowns are a popular restorative dental solution because they provide the stability and support that damaged teeth need. Dr. Zolinski prefers porcelain, gold, and zirconia for the crowns he fabricates. The cost and durability of each of these materials does vary but are all excellent options to help save a tooth and prevent further damage. Our office takes digital impressions of your teeth to ensure that your new crown is an ideal fit.
BRIDGING THE GAPS FOR A NATURAL-LOOKING SMILE
A missing tooth doesn’t just affect your confidence—it can also cause other problems as the adjacent teeth shift around. This can wreak havoc on your bite, your chewing ability, and your jaw function. A dental bridge eliminates these issues by replacing the missing tooth or teeth. They are permanently cemented over the teeth on either side of the space and securely hold a pontic (a false tooth) in place to fill the gap and keep you smiling. Dr. Zolinski offers porcelain, zirconia, or gold bridges.
Partial and Full Traditional Dentures
REGAIN FUNCTION AND CONFIDENCE.
Partial dentures are useful when a patient still has some healthy natural teeth remaining. It makes sense to keep these intact if there is nothing wrong with them. Partial dentures are supported by a metal frame and snap in place to fill the gaps and complete your smile. Full dentures are necessary if you have none of your natural teeth left or if the teeth remaining have severe damage and need to be extracted.
In either case, dentures are an excellent option to ensure you can properly chew and speak. You will remove your dentures to clean them and leave them out overnight. They are natural-looking and function just like your normal teeth. Dentures may feel unusual to begin with, but we find patients quickly adjust to their new smiles.
A PERMANENT SOLUTION FOR MISSING TEETH
Dental implants are ideal for patients who have one or more missing teeth and are otherwise healthy. Dental implants involve the surgical placement of small titanium posts into the jawbone to provide a sturdy foundation for final restorations. Once completed, dental implants look and feel natural and can last a lifetime. Patients can continue with their everyday activities, eating what they like and brushing their new “teeth” just like they do their natural ones.
ENJOY STABILITY AND COMFORT.
Implant-supported dentures are permanent solutions to missing teeth and offer greater stability than traditional dentures. They snap on to surgically placed titanium posts that have integrated with the jawbone, so they never shift or slip like traditional dentures sometimes do. You will wear your dentures all day, every day, and they will function precisely like your natural teeth.
Bone and Tissue Grafting
BUILDING A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR IMPLANTS
Dental implants require a certain level of bone density to ensure adequate support. It is a prerequisite for treatment, and some patients are not good candidates for dental implants if there is insufficient healthy bone for implant support. Bone grafting can help fix these situations. It is a surgical procedure that harvests bone from another part of your jaw or body to restore jawbone tissue and stimulate growth. Tissue grafting is another common technique used prior to placing dental implants. It can help to fix receding gums and to prevent the exposure of the titanium implant post when there isn’t enough healthy gum tissue to cover it.
Paying for your dental treatment.
Dr. Joseph Zolinski, DDS is a patient-centric practice.
Our practice does not limit your care to what your dental insurance deems best. Instead, you can access the care you want and need instead of the care your insurance dictates. This empowers patients and puts them in the driver’s seat of their own dental care.
We accept CareCredit, credit card, cash, or check.