Office Address

6540 Woodlake Village Cir, Midlothian VA 23112

Phone Number

804-739-4194

Email Address

drkillar@drkillar.com

vickie@drkillar.com

Dentures, Bridges & Crowns

We want all of our patients to have the beautiful and functional dentures that they need. If you don't have insurance, we will work with you on your finances. Call us to discuss your options or come to see us for a free consultation.

At Woodlake Family Dentistry, we take pride in creating perfectly fitting, natural-looking and comfortable dentures, bridges and crowns.

We Can Help

To assist our patients who don't have insurance, we offer:

  • Dental financing options like Care Credit
  • Cash discounts for prompt cash payments
  • Senior discounts

The internal medicine specialties are the specialties in which the main diagnosis and treatment is never major surgery. In some countries, anesthesiology is classified as a surgical discipline, since it is vital in the surgical process

Throughout history, the most important has been the division into surgical and internal medicine specialties. The surgical specialties are those in which an important part of diagnosis and treatment is achieved through major surgical techniques. The internal medicine specialties are the specialties in which the main diagnosis and treatment is never major surgery. In some countries, anesthesiology is classified as a surgical discipline, since it is vital in the surgical process, though anesthesiologists never perform major surgery themselves.

Dentures

When you have lost many natural teeth, dentures can be an affordable and beautiful solution that allows you to regain your smile and your ability eat and speak normally. Modern dentures look remarkably natural. When you have lost many teeth, sometimes the skin and muscles on your face sag, unsupported. Dentures help fill out your face for renewed and youthful look.

We offer full dentures when all teeth are missing as well as partial dentures for when some teeth are present and others are missing.

To ensure your comfort, we take special care that your dentures fit absolutely perfectly.

Dental Crowns

A dental crown or cap is a tooth-shaped cover that is placed over a weakened or damaged tooth to restore its natural appearance and prevent further deterioration. Crowns are used in cases of severely chipped or broken teeth, to cover the exposed area of a tooth following a root canal procedure, to replace a large old filling or for cosmetic reasons. When a filling is not a viable solution to correcting the damage sustained by a tooth, crowns can provide a long-term solution to restoring the function of your teeth and enhancing the appearance of your smile.

Crowns can be made of all metal, all porcelain, or a combination of both. Because all crowns are custom-made for each patient, it may take more than one appointment to complete. At your first visit, the area is numbed to make you comfortable. Your dentist will use a dental hand piece to shape and prepare the tooth so that the crown can properly fit over it. Next, impressions are taken of the prepared tooth.

Often times, a temporary crown is placed to protect the tooth while the final crown is being made. The impressions are used to fabricate a model of your mouth on which the final crown is made. When your final crown is ready, dental cement is placed into the crown and it is cemented to the prepared tooth. You tooth is now restored to a healthy and functioning state!

Bridges

A dental bridge consists of an artificial tooth connected to a set of crowns used to fill a gap created by one or more missing teeth. Your dentist will create a custom bridge for your mouth that will look and function like your natural teeth. At your first visit, the area is numbed and a dental hand piece is used to prepare the neighboring teeth that will support the bridge. Next, impressions are taken of the prepared teeth and a temporary bridge is placed to protect the teeth. The impressions are used to fabricate a model of your mouth on which the final bridge is made. The final bridge is then cemented and anchored to the neighboring teeth, so you do not have to worry about removing or repositioning the bridge once it is cemented in your mouth. With proper oral hygiene and regular dental exams, bridges and crowns can solve the problems created by missing and damaged teeth and last for years to come.

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