Dentures & Partials
We offer dentures and partials to replace your missing teeth and restore a confident, beautiful smile to your face. Not only do dentures restore your ability to chew, speak, and smile normally, but they provide support for the contours of your face to give you a healthier, more youthful appearance.
Dentures are removable oral appliances used to replace multiple missing teeth. If you are missing several teeth or all of your teeth, dentures might be just what you need to restore the function, beauty, and health of your smile. There are two kinds of dentures: complete dentures and partial dentures.
A complete denture is used to replace all of the teeth in a full dental arch. We may suggest a complete denture to replace all of the teeth in both arches or just one, depending on your individual needs. Our dentist may suggest using a denture adhesive for improved stability.
A partial denture is used if you are missing multiple teeth but have remaining natural teeth. A partial denture often includes a thin framework or clasps that attach to the natural teeth for a secure fit.
Our dentist may recommend complete or partial dentures to restore your smile if you are missing multiple teeth; dentures can improve your ability to properly speak and eat, restore your natural facial volume, and enhance the overall beauty of your smile. Your dentures will be custom made to fit your smile comfortably, aesthetically, and securely. We invite you to call or visit us soon to learn more about how dentures can improve your smile!
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If you are missing a tooth or several teeth in a row, a dental bridge may be the solution for you. Our dentist offers bridges to close the gaps in your smile. This will give you back a proper bite and a beautiful smile so that you can once again feel confident in chewing, and speaking; and in sharing your smile with others.Learn More
Root Canal TherapyWhy Trust Dr. Janette Carroll?Learn More
A root canal is a procedure done to remove infection and bacteria that has moved into the internal part of the tooth, along with infected tissue where the nerve and blood vessels reside. If left untreated, this infection can cause an abscess in the surrounding bone of the tooth. Infection is loaded with bacteria.Learn More
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When you develop a cavity or experience other minor tooth damage, Dr. Janette Carroll can provide you with a dental filling to repair the damage and restore your smile. Our dental fillings are made of BPA-free composite material, meaning that they are designed to blend in with your natural tooth color to provide a beautiful, safe, and long-lasting solution for your oral health needs.Learn More
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Implants are the ideal solution for replacing your teeth. Dental implants are designed to mimic your natural tooth function, stimulate bone tissue to ensure a stable foundation, and give you permanent replacements for your missing teeth.Learn More
Dentures & PartialsWhy Trust Dr. Janette Carroll?Learn More
Dentures are removable oral appliances used to replace multiple missing teeth. If you are missing several teeth or all of your teeth, dentures might be just what you need to restore the function, beauty, and health of your smile. There are two kinds of dentures: complete dentures and partial dentures.Learn More
Porcelain Inlays & OnlaysWhy Trust Dr. Janette Carroll?Learn More
If your teeth are damaged beyond what a filling can repair but do not require a full crown, our dentist can provide you with dental inlays or onlays. Our inlays and onlays are made of porcelain to match your natural tooth color. Inlays and onlays restore your damaged teeth and support your tooth structure so that you can once again enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile.Learn More
Single-Visit CrownsWhy Trust Dr. Janette Carroll?Learn More
A crown does a better job at protecting a tooth from fracturing than a filling does. So, if there’s a lot of tooth structure missing or a large filling is being removed or there are inherent fracture lines or cracks in a tooth, a crown or an “onlay” is a much better option.Learn More