Let’s face it; we are hard on our teeth. Sipping on coffee or soda, biting and chewing on hard surfaces or sweets, and bad habits like chewing on ice can all result in decayed or chipped teeth. Dr. Baker’s goal is to save your teeth and keep your beautiful smile healthy.
At the office of Jeffrey T. Baker DDS, we offer a variety of restorative dentistry options to repair your smile after tooth damage or loss.
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When you have a cavity, we use fillings to restore your tooth. Modern fillings are made of tooth-colored materials and look just like your natural teeth, so you don’t have to worry about the obvious metal fillings of decades past.
Sometimes the only way to save your smile is to extract one of your teeth. Our team offers a relaxing environment to relieve your dental anxiety during your tooth extraction procedure. We’ll let you know what your options are before deciding if extraction is the right course of action.
Dental crowns are a common type of dental restoration that can help you eat and smile normally after a root canal or dental implant procedure. A crown is made to look natural and blend in with the rest of your teeth for a seamless appearance. We offer same-day dental crowns for the convenience of our patients.
If you’re missing a tooth, a dental bridge can help.can be used to replace one or several missing teeth, although if you are missing more than one tooth, we might recommend another restorative option.
Many patients lose their teeth as they get older, but that doesn’t mean they need to keep it that way. Dentures can replace a full arch of missing teeth and allow you to eat, speak, and chew normally again. We offer fixed hybrid dentures at our office to help you smile with confidence.
If you’re missing one or more teeth,can help restore the look and function of your smile. Implants are a sturdy and reliable way to replace missing teeth, making them a favorite solution among dentists and patients alike.
Endodontics is a type of dentistry that concerns the pulp, or the soft inside portion of a tooth. When this pulp becomes infected, you’ll need a root canal procedure to save the tooth. If left untreated, a tooth infection can spread to the rest of your body and lead to other complications.
Oral appliances in the form of night guards can be used to treat a variety of dental issues. At our office, we often recommend night guards to patients suffering from sleep apnea or bruxism, also known as teeth grinding.
If you’ve had a dental emergency, don’t panic. Acting quickly will help us save your smile. We offer flexible appointments for dental emergencies so we can get you into our office as quickly as possible.
Some patients require a total smile makeover in order to get their teeth in good working order. Our dentists can completely transform your smile through a combination of cosmetic and restorative services.