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Non-Implant Restorations


A smiling patient from Roy C. Blake III, DDS, MSD, Maxillofacial Prosthodontist We provide a wide range of prosthodontic appliances that are designed to improve function, appearance and comfort. Our staff at Roy C. Blake III, DDS, MSD, Maxillofacial Prosthodontist can help you have the look and feel that you want.

Prosthetic devices include:

Dental Crown


A dental crown serves as a cap for a damaged or weakened tooth. It is designed to precisely mimic the size and shape of your natural tooth. Once placed it will provide a sturdy structure to shield and protect your tooth beneath. Dental crowns require a structure to be attached to, often this is the natural tooth, even if the tooth has been severely compromised. Additionally, a crown can be attached to a dental implant. A crown can not be placed in a space that insufficient structure, or no structure, exists.
In addition to full crowns, some patients may only need a partial crown, this may also be referred to as an inlay or an onlay, this ¾ crown is customized to restore the tooth with minimal alterations to the original structure.
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Dental Bridges


A dental bridge can be placed to fill the space of a missing tooth. This system uses two neighboring structures as an anchor providing a false tooth between creating a bridge effect. For many patients the neighboring structure is a healthy natural tooth, but it can also be one or more dental implants. A dental bridge is an excellent way restore teeth and improve your bite.
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Dental Veneers


Porcelain and ceramic veneers can do wonders for the look of your most visible teeth. From covering damage, including chips, cracks and fractures, to just changing the look of a tooth, veneers can seem almost magical. There are so many potential problems with teeth, they can be misshapen, heavily stained, fractured, they can vary in size being too long or short, they can be too wide or narrow and more. Dental veneers can give you the appearance of perfect teeth, we can help them look straighter, whiter, close gaps and help them look even. We can make a dramatic difference in just two office visits using dental veneers.
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Full Dentures


A full denture is placed when a patient no longer has any healthy teeth remaining. Dentures restore the patient’s ability to chew and provides structure for their jaw. Today, there are options for retaining your denture, we can discuss options including permanent dentures that will feel as natural as your own.
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Removable Partial Dentures


Partial dentures are a customized device designed to fit the teeth you are missing. We ensure that they will match your bite helping you have a comfortable feel. Partial dentures are often retained using a clasping system, designed to anchor around healthy teeth, though there are some implant options that can help.
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Composite Fillings


Teeth fillings are the most common of dental restorations. Patients know they can be used to fill holes after decay is removed, but they can also do more. A technique known as dental bonding is the process of repairing chips, cracks and fractures in teeth using the same composite material. This technique takes a bit of finesse and artistry skill, but the result is a tooth that looks perfected.
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Teeth Whitening


Having your teeth whitened in our office provides the patient with two huge advantages, it’s done fast and in our control. Patients often ask if store bought products work and the answer is yes, but they will never do the job that our prescription strength and laser light can do, and many who try find themselves disappointed. We can give you the look you want, quickly and easily.
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Night Guards/Occlusal Guards


The terms "mouthguard" and "night guard" refer to the same basic appliance, a plastic covering that is worn over the teeth for protection. There are three major types of mouthguards: stock protectors, boil and bite protectors, and custom-fit protectors. The first two options are store-bought and inexpensive. However, they are usually bulky, uncomfortable, and less effective than the custom-fit alternative. At Roy C. Blake III, DDS, MSD, Maxillofacial Prosthodontist, we specialize in custom-fit mouthguards because we believe they are the ideal solution, whether you need one for physical activities or to combat bruxism.
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"Dr. Blake is always extremely professional, meticulous, accommodating, and at the same time, affable and sincerely interested in his patient’s well-being and concerns. The staff is at all times very courteous and professional. Their constant friendly and pleasant attitudes ensure that at every visit, the patient’s experience is always relaxing and positive." -John

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