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Sadly, your teeth are the only part of your body that can’t naturally heal themselves. That’s why Watertown Dental Health Group is here to provide support and skilled care in cases of decay, injury, or loss. We make every effort to help you feel comfortable and relaxed during your time with us, and our accomplished team of doctors includes a periodontist and an oral surgeon so our patients receive truly comprehensive attention. Patients from Fort Drum and other nearby areas are welcome to contact our Watertown location today to learn more about our restorative options, or if you’re ready to schedule a first appointment.
Crown and bridgework is a sturdy and lasting solution to tooth loss, allowing our staff to replenish one or more empty gaps in a row with strong prosthetics that function just like your natural smile. Patients need healthy teeth located near the empty space to provide support – the crowns will be placed here to serve as “anchors” that keep the bridge secure. If not the right candidate for dental implants, we recommend discussing this option with our team!
Single dental crowns are also an important restorative service we offer at Watertown Dental Health Group allowing us to protect the structure of remaining teeth and provide support, function, and aesthetic value as needed.
With CEREC technology, patients no longer have to wait multiple appointments to receive the quality, tooth-colored restorations they need! Instead, our doctors handle the entire process right here in-office and send you off that same day with a smile that’s stronger, healthier, and more confident.
When a tooth has become so significantly damaged that common restorative solutions like fillings and dental crowns can’t restore its health, root canal therapy is the last resort. Many patients feel fear when they hear those words, but the truth is harmless – in fact, today’s advancements in technology and anesthesia have helped root canals become much more comfortable, not to mention incredibly successful. The procedure will involve one of our doctors removing diseased pulp and bacteria from the tooth’s inner chamber, cleaning the area, and protecting the treated structure with a new, customized restoration. With the help of root canal therapy, patients maintain wholly natural smiles longer than ever.
At Watertown Dental Health Group, our team does whatever we can to help patients maintain healthy and strong teeth. However, there are situations where extraction may be necessary to protect your overall wellbeing. This is never a bigger concern than with third molars (more commonly known as “wisdom teeth”) which erupt later in a patient’s life that often cause serious problems such as impaction, infection, and overcrowding. Our excellent doctors monitor the development of these teeth closely, and if we determine that damage is likely, we may recommend their removal as a preventive measure.
Dentures are a tried-and-true staple of tooth replacement, helping patients regain an extensive amount of missing teeth or even their entire smile in convenient and reliable ways. Here in Watertown and Carthage, our team offers removable full and partial prosthetics. Implant-retained dentures are also available as a more permanent alternative.
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