A strong, healthy smile is essential to good health and well-being. At Drs. Boyd, we’re happy to offer personalized restorative dentistry in New York City, NY using a range of effective services. Whether you need to repair a broken or decayed tooth, or you need to replace one or more missing teeth, the Drs. Boyd NYC’s Top-Rated Dentist Since 1930 are committed to offering personalized service. Beginning with a consultation exam, we’ll help you understand your needs and create a treatment plan for you. If you ever have any questions about what we recommend, we’d be happy to answer them.
If you have a cracked, broken, decayed, or worn tooth, our Madison Avenue team can help. Using a custom-made dental crown, we will help you restore your tooth’s structure, strength, and functionality. Your crown will be custom-made according to your needs and precisely shaded to blend in with your natural smile. A full crown procedure typically takes just a couple of short appointments, with results that will last for years to come.
A bridge (also known as a fixed bridge) is a special prosthesis designed to help patients replace a missing tooth or teeth. Most bridges consist of three basic parts: the false tooth and two abutment crowns. These crowns are placed over adjacent teeth, providing your false tooth with stability and strength.
At Drs. Boyd NYC’s Top-Rated Dentist Since 1930, we’ve left traditional amalgam fillings safely in the past when it comes to correcting cavities. Instead, composite resin is our material of choice, which comes in a variety of lifelike shades that can be closely matched to your natural enamel. Tooth-colored fillings also offer several other valuable benefits, including reduced sensitivity to changes in temperature, more preserved tooth structure, and small, conservative fillings that are hard to notice in a natural smile.
A denture can help a patient replace everything from a few missing teeth to a full upper or lower arch. A partial denture is composed of multiple teeth spread across a gum-colored base. Most partials are secured by clips or brackets, unlike a bridge, which is normally cemented in place. A full denture, meanwhile, completely replaces a full row of teeth and can have a closed or open palate. In both cases, an implant-supported option is available for greater stability and strength.