Dr. Kenneth R. Giberson proudly offers dental implants as the best restorative solution for patients with missing teeth. Implants are small metal posts that are surgically placed in the jawbone to serve the role of missing tooth roots. Once healed, your implants can provide a lifetime of support for dental crowns, bridges, and dentures.
If you are missing several or all of your teeth, we can provide a partial or complete denture to restore your smile. Dr. Giberson offers traditional dentures, which are affordable and removable, as well as implant-supported dentures that will never slip out of place. We have partnered with SvenTech Lab for more than 20 years to provide our patients with custom dentures of outstanding quality.
A dental crowns is versatile tooth-shaped restoration placed over a damaged tooth to provide structural support and help improve its function and appearance. We proudly offer zirconia Lava™ crowns, which will match the look and sheen of natural enamel. No matter the type you select, your crown will be carefully crafted to blend flawlessly with your smile.
If you are missing a single tooth or two consecutive teeth, we can use a dental bridge to fill in the gap and restore the form and function of your smile. Bridges are held in place by dental crowns on each side, and your restoration will be created from advanced materials, such as all-porcelain, IPS e.max®, and zirconia, at our partner lab.
Patients with extensive dental damage can turn to Dr. Giberson for full mouth reconstruction. Since no two cases are the same, Dr. Giberson will work closely with you to select a comprehensive set of treatments that will restore the strength and beauty of your smile. By planning multiple treatments as part of a single plan, we can achieve exceptional results while minimizing costs, visits, and recovery times.
After treating decay, Dr. Giberson performs fillings using a tooth-colored composite material. Unlike traditional fillings, which are made out of metal amalgam, this composite will not shrink or expand with temperature changes and will blend discreetly with your smile. Additionally, tooth-colored fillings also bond more strongly and are more durable than traditional types.