Dentist - Waukesha
419 E. Broadway
Waukesha, WI 53186
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From routine cleanings and fillings to bruxism devices, Complete Family Dentistry is equipped to handle all your dental needs. To help you understand your options, we've included some of our leading services on this page.
Age, diet and childhood medications can all contribute to the discoloration of teeth. Polishing is the simplest way to remove stains, but may not be enough. Bleaching is a strong oxidizing agent that lightens the teeth. We offer in-office bleaching and home bleaching. In severe cases, both may be needed.
For a long lasting solution to permanently stained, gaps, misshaped or crooked teeth, porcelain veneers may be the answer. They are also recommended when front teeth have large fillings or keep chipping. Veneers are a custom-made thin layer of porcelain that is permanently bonded to the prepared tooth.
Crowns & Bridges
When a tooth has a large filling, is fractured or is severly damaged by decay, a crown is the solution. A molar tooth with a root canal needs a crown. There are several types of crowns available. They are all-metal, porcelain baked to metal and all porcelain. Our Dentists will let you know which is best for you. Bridges are two crowns with one or more pontics (fake tooth) soldered together. Bridges are a great option for teeth missing due to accident, decay or bone loss.
An implant is a metal or ceramic device that replaces the root of a missing tooth. This part of the procedure is done by an oral surgery. After about 4-6 months, we then take over to make you a crown that attaches to the implant, not everyone is a candiate for this procedure. Our dentists can discuss your options.
Partials and Dentures
With proper care of partials and dentures, they can last for many years. We can assist you if you are in need of relining and adjusting. And when you need new ones, we can service you.
When a tooth is badly fractured, decay has reached the pulp or the nerve is dying, then the tooth needs a root canal to save it. This procedure takes out the nerve. The tooth is then nonvital. After the root canal is completed most teeth need to be crowned.