At Palm Beach Dental we work hard to restore the feel, form and function of your smile…
Restoring the feel, form and function of your smile
Dental implants utilise small titanium screws that are inserted into the site of the tooth loss. By allowing these implants to fuse with the jawbone (a process known as Osseo-integration), you are left with a strong, durable and functional tooth root alternative. A dental crown is then placed over the implant to complete the treatment.
At Palm Beach Dental we are dedicated to providing you with high quality treatments that are designed to give you long term optimal oral health.
Implant Supported Dentures
An implant supported denture is an over denture that is attached to implants that are inserted into your jawbone material. A regular denture will rest on the gums, which can cause them to become slippery while speaking or eating. The great thing about implant supported dentures is that they can snap on to implants, which provide a strong and durable anchor point for the denture.
Since dental implants fuse with the jawbone material over a period of months, the implants provide a strong alternative to conventional dentures.
Crowns and Bridges
Maintain the integrity and beauty of a damaged tooth with a porcelain crown.
Porcelain is one of the most durable, stain-resistant and strongest materials available for use for dental restorations. This material also allows us to match them to the shade of your tooth and can last for up to a decade, making them the perfect cosmetic solution! Because of this, our dental crowns are one of the best treatments for treating cracked, broken or severely decayed teeth that no longer have structural support.
Digital Smile Design
Digital Smile Design is a new way for your dentist to talk you through the various options that exist for your dental work. Not only does it make clear what options are available to you, but it can even show you the potential changes to your smile and teeth.
The systems uses photos of you to show you what changes can be made to your smile. The process is designed to make sure you and your dentist are always on the same page. You will understand exactly what can be done, how it will look and how long it will take