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Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates
Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates

Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates
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Restorative Dentistry


Woman looking at her smile in a mirrorAt Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates, our goal is to prevent dental problems before they occur. Unfortunately, this is not always possible due to poor oral hygiene, genetics, infrequent checkups, and other risk factors. This is why we also offer restorative dentistry. Our restorative services are designed to improve the function and aesthetics of your smile, as well as your overall oral health.

Dental Filling


Dental fillings are the best way to restore minor to moderate instances of tooth decay. Most fillings these days consist of a material known as composite resin. Composite resin is an aesthetically-pleasing material that we color-match to the existing shade of your enamel. For this reason, a composite filling is virtually indistinguishable from the rest of your tooth.

Dental Crown


A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that improves the structure and cosmetics of a damaged or decayed tooth. During the procedure, your tooth must be completely reshaped to accommodate the shape of the crown. Once the tooth is reshaped, we will permanently bond the crown to the enamel using a special adhesive. Many crowns are fabricated these days with zirconium, due to its unmatched aesthetics and durability.

Dental Bridge


A dental bridge is a tooth replacement that typically consists of two dental crowns linked together by a pontic, or false tooth. A traditional bridge is supported by the two surrounding teeth, known as abutment teeth, that we reshape to receive the crowns. A bridge can also be supported by a series of dental implants if multiple adjacent teeth are missing. If you are missing a tooth, a bridge will prevent the remaining teeth from shifting out of their proper position.

Full Mouth Restorations


A full mouth restoration is a process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of the teeth, in both the upper and lower jaws. This can involve numerous procedures and span several months or more. Our goal is to replace all problematic teeth, old fillings, old dental crowns, and old veneers while improving your bite position. The new dental work is designed to create a beautiful, functional smile that benefits your oral and overall health.

Dentures


A denture is a removable appliance that is usually used to replace one or more missing teeth. A partial denture usually attaches to the surrounding teeth with metal clasps. A complete denture consists of a flesh-colored acrylic base that supports a complete arch of prosthetic teeth. We offer custom-fit dentures as a more comfortable, functional, and durable solution.

Implant Supported Dentures


Implant-retained, gum supported dentures are an upgrade from comprehensive dentures that promote more physical function. You will find it easier to eat, communicate, and you will also not have to worry about experiencing the embarrassment of your prosthetic falling out.

3D rendered cross-section view of a tooth and its roots.

Tooth Extraction


There are two types of tooth extractions: simple and surgical. We perform a simple extraction on a tooth that has already erupted above the gumline. We perform a surgical extraction on a tooth that has become impacted, or has yet to erupt, such as wisdom teeth. Extraction may be necessary to prevent the spread of infection and other complications.

Root Canal


Root Canal Treatment is a procedure to save a tooth from extraction. We may recommend a root canal if an infection has spread to the "pulpy" center of the tooth that contains nerve endings and other connective tissues. Once the infection has been removed, we fill the canals with a rubber-like material known as gutta-percha. A tooth that has received root canal treatment typically needs to be capped with a crown.

TMJ


The temporomandibular joint (TMJ), allows us to move our joint forwards, backward, and side-to-side. Any problems that prevent us from using this joint properly are known as TMD or temporomandibular joint disorders. We provide some treatments designed to alleviate any pain or discomfort associated with the TMJ.

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To learn more about our restorative services call 215-464-5600, and schedule your appointment now!
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