Advanced Restorative Dentistry

Gorgeous teeth quick, easy…and affordable.  That’s North Country Dental’s Advanced Restorative Dentistry.  Damaged teeth and the time it took to repair them are a thing of the past.  Using the latest technologies in dentistry and our CEREC machines, we offer you state-of-the-art, long lasting dental ceramics that look and feel like your natural teeth.  In fact, you probably won’t be able to tell the difference between the CEREC restoration and your own!

Dental implants used to mean finding an oral surgeon, making multiple visits, going to two different offices, and taking a lot of your time.  No more!  NCD makes implants easy.  We offer a complete, start-to-finish, in-office procedure that includes placing, restoring, and maintaining your implants.  One procedure, one office, one dentist.

Today’s new materials and high-technology mean we are able to create crowns and bridges that are lightweight, durable and look great.  We design our new partials to have clasps that are the same color as you teeth, eliminating unsightly metal clasps that were common in partials of the past.

Sometimes a tooth needs to be restored but there is so much decay or damage, more than a typical filling is needed.  You may benefit from Inlays and Onlays.  The typical filling is made of composite materials. Inlays and Onlays are types of “fillings” but they are made of gold or porcelain.  This kind of restoration creates a stronger solution that will reinforce the entire tooth structure and provide positive occlusal (or biting) forces against other teeth.

Periodontal disease is common.  Most people don’t know they have it until it is in an advanced state.  Periodontal disease is caused by plaque, a sticky, colorless substance that forms on the surface of your teeth, especially near the gumline, breaking down supporting tissue.  The end result is lost teeth and bone.  We use the most advanced techniques such as lasers, in addition to scaling and planing to help restore your gums to good health.  A little prevention is definitely worth a pound of cure!