Restorative dentistry is concerned with restoring both the natural function and appearance of your teeth. It’s necessary when a tooth has become damaged by a cavity or an oral injury, or when you’ve lost one or more of your natural teeth. Contact us now to schedule an appointment, and get the help you need to restore your smile and your bite.
First, Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, or Andrea Emmerich will examine your smile to determine the extent of your oral health challenges and determine the right treatments.
You’ll discuss your budget, personal preferences, and other details with your dentist at Willow Dental, and they will use this information to build your treatment plan.
After your appointment, you’ll begin scheduling your follow-ups, and you may need to make your first payments for your treatment in New Berlin.
Come to Willow Dental for your treatments, and Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, or Andrea Emmerich will work with you to restore your smile, your bite, and your oral health.
Dental fillings are a fast, affordable, and easy way to treat tooth decay. Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, and Andrea Emmerich will remove the decayed enamel, then fill and restore the tooth with tooth-colored composite material. This prevents further damage, eliminates discomfort, and allows your tooth to function normally for years to come.
Dental bridges use two crowns that attach to healthy teeth. Between these crowns, one or more false teeth can be suspended to fill up the gap in your smile caused by missing teeth. Bridges are a long-lasting, natural-looking, and stable method of replacing missing teeth, and are particularly popular in patients who have lost several adjacent teeth.
Root canal therapy is used to open up, disinfect, and seal your tooth to treat a tooth infection. Tooth infections commonly happen due to chronic decay or dental trauma that cracks or breaks the tooth. If you have a serious, prolonged toothache in New Berlin, you may need a root canal from Drs. Jake Jacomet, Nicholas Dwan, or Andrea Emmerich
Full dentures are ideal for patients who are missing all of their teeth. They fit directly over your gums, restoring the upper, lower, or both arches. Partial dentures are different. They clip onto your existing teeth, and are used when you’re missing only a few teeth, and the rest of your teeth are healthy.
When necessary, we can handle complex oral surgeries like extractions, gum grafting, bone grafts, dental implants, and more. Our dentists have the expertise necessary for the best possible results.