Categories for Restorative Dentistry
Maintain regular preventive dentistry visits to avoid treatments like root canal therapy, but should a root canal be necessary, we have you covered. Contact Corvallis Dental Group in Corvallis, OR for any of your dental needs!
A dental implant is the preferred way to replace a missing tooth. The procedure will take longer from start to finish if a bone graft is needed but the results generally last a lifetime. Please contact Corvallis Dental Group if you have any questions or want to schedule a consultation.
Corvallis Dental Group in Corvallis, OR offers root canal therapy, tooth extractions and wisdom teeth removal. Our local dental practice is comfortable and conveniently located. We look forward to seeing you! Contact us for your oral surgery needs.
The Corvallis Dental Group team understands how important it is to have a full smile and we’re committed to helping you regain one. At your tooth replacement consultation, we’ll help you determine whether a dental or dental bridge best fits your needs.
We think dental implants are worth the extra time they take! Do you have any other questions about dental implants? Would you like to learn more about how the procedure may benefit you? Contact Corvallis Dental Group for a dental implant consultation.
Dentures are an affordable restorative option for those who are missing most or all of their teeth. We also offer dental implants and other treatments as well. Come in for a consultation so the Corvallis Dental Group team can help you find the best solution for your missing teeth.
Dental veneers are a long-lasting cosmetic and restorative option. Dental veneers are unique because they are both restorative and cosmetic in nature. Please reach out to Corvallis Dental Group to set up a consultation.
If you’re missing teeth, dental implants could be an excellent option. You can read about their many benefits in our blog. The first step to getting a complete smile is to schedule a consultation with us. We’ll talk about dental restoration options so you know what to expect.
People worry that root canals cause a lot of pain, but ignoring an infected tooth is what’s really painful. Root canals relieve pain and stop infections from getting worse. If you have questions about root canals or suspect you might need one, please don’t hesitate to contact our office in Corvallis, OR today.
There are many reasons why you might want or need a dental crown. Read our blog to learn more about dental crowns before you choose which tooth restoration option you want. We are here at Corvallis Dental Group to help you make the right decision for your circumstances.