Restorative Dentistry Warsaw

Restore a Strong, Healthy Bite

Restorative Dentistry Warsaw

Are you missing one or more of your teeth? Many individuals in need of restorative work put off care for a variety of reasons including dental phobia and budget constraints. At Dental Solutions, we believe everyone deserves a strong, healthy bite and are committed to making dentistry of the highest quality accessible to as many people as possible. Providing a range of restorative dentistry services to our Warsaw patients, Drs. William B. Stofer and Jason D. Hemphill and our team are highly skilled and knowledgeable in improving functionality and overall oral health. Fill out our online contact form to learn more or schedule a consultation. 


Dental Implants

If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, dental implants offer a potentially ideal solution. Dental implants are tiny titanium posts that mimic the tooth's natural root and provide durable, stable support for crowns, bridges, and dentures. During a simple surgical procedure, a post is embedded in the jaw bone and topped with a temporary prosthetic. After the post fuses with the bone through a process called osseointegration, dental implants are topped with a natural-looking restoration such as a dental crown. Dr. Stofer and Dr. Hemphill specialize in the placement of dental implants, and a consultation can determine whether you are a suitable candidate for this procedure.


Dental Crowns

Dental crowns may be used to fully encapsulate and protect the healthy portion of a weakened, cracked, infected, or aesthetically flawed tooth. Crowns can be affixed on top of a natural tooth or attached to dental implants to replace missing teeth.  Dental Solutions' in-office milling machine, CEREC®, allows for the same-day creation and placement of beautiful dental crowns. These beautiful restorations can last many years with proper hygienic care, restoring beauty and functionality to your smile.


Dental Bridges

A dental bridge may be a solution for you if you have gaps in your smile resulting from the loss of one or more teeth. Also called a partial denture, a dental bridge fills in these gaps with beautiful, porcelain replacements and restores oral function.  A traditional removable dental bridge attaches to nearby teeth restored with dental crowns, or you can have a fixed bridge cemented into place for added security. An increasingly popular option is a dental bridge retained by dental implants, which offer strong, supportive roots for your  replacement teeth.


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