When your smile is healthy, it is beautiful as well. But sometimes even healthy smiles need a little help in reaching their full potential. Whether your teeth are broken down and damaged or just need a little whitening to look as attractive as they should, we have the services to help you feel as confident as you deserve to feel.
You aren’t born with heavy, dark teeth, why should you go through life that way? We don’t fill cavities with dark metal fillings. Instead we choose the natural appearance and function of composite, tooth colored fillings. We color match these fillings to your own, natural tooth color so they blend perfectly while repairing.
Both inlays and onlays are custom created just for you from the strongest porcelain. We love these restorations for larger cavities and repairs that don’t require full tooth coverage. Next to crowns, these are our strongest and longest lasting repairs. Unlike metal fillings and even composites, they are bonded to the tooth instead of pushed into the tooth. This adds unparalleled strength and protection. They also look and feel so much like your natural tooth structures that you might forget which tooth was repaired!
Crowns are used to restore the entire “crown” of your tooth, or the part of your tooth that appears over the gum. Sometimes crowns are used to support a replacement tooth. Together the crowns and the replacement tooth or teeth (the crowns are bonded over your two natural teeth on either side) create a bridge that fills the gap in your smile.
Implants replace more than just your teeth, they replace your tooth roots too for the ultimate in stability and confidence. Our doctors are highly trained and have over 24 years combined experience in placing dental implants. In fact, it is what they are known for! More than 1,000 patients have relied on Midtown Dental to place their implants. Read more here
Most people hear the phrase root canal and feel like running the opposite direction. The problem is, if you NEED a root canal, you should be looking forward to it more than dreading it, by far. Why? A root canal stops the pain and often saves your tooth!
Everyone, in fact, has a root canal. The “root canal” is actually the natural cavity within the center of the tooth. The soft area within the root canal is called the pulp. The tooth’s nerve lies within the root canal and when it becomes infected, the pain can be excruciating. Root canal treatment involves the cleaning, removal, and replacement of this infected pulp. Once the tooth is completely free of infection, we will place a beautiful porcelain crown and your tooth will feel good as new!
While no one loves the idea of oral surgery, they like the idea of going to a stranger for oral surgery even less. Isn’t it nice to know that Midtown Dental can take care of ALL of your needs? Just sit back in one of our massaging dental chairs, let us offer you a blanket and a neck pillow, and take a nap during your procedure, thanks to sedation dentistry and our super-gentle touch.