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General and
Restorative
Dentistry

Exceptional oral health care
that will make your whole
family smile.

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At Greenwood Dental Arts, our goal is to help you manage your overall oral health. We take the time to discuss each patient’s wants and needs, then complete a thorough examination of the overall health of your teeth and gums. This exam, along with dental x-rays, will help our team assess your dental health as well as monitor any tooth decay or gum disease. We offer a wide variety of dental services and treatments that allow us to meet your needs. Regular check-ups and hygiene visits at our state-of-the-art office in Greenwood Village will help you maintain your oral health and keep your healthy smile shining brightly. The frequency of hygiene visits will be customized based on the health of your mouth and your individual needs.

Healthy Smiles for Everyone

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Dental Implants

All-on-4,  All-on-X Dental Implants

or a Hybrid Prosthesis

All-on-4 dental implants, also known as “teeth in a day,” “same-day teeth,” or a hybrid prosthesis, is a treatment concept that uses four or more dental implants to support a full arch of replacement teeth. This technique replaces an entire arch of missing or failing teeth, whether the upper, lower, or both.

Implant-supported Bridge

An implant-supported bridge is a type of dental restoration that uses dental implants to support a bridge of replacement teeth. It is typically used to replace multiple missing teeth in a row. The implant-supported bridge consists of two parts: the implant and the bridge. Unlike a traditional dental bridge, implant-supported bridges can be placed without damage to neighboring teeth.

Single Tooth Implants

Single-tooth dental implants involve the placement of a single artificial tooth root, typically made of titanium, into the jawbone. The implant is then topped with a natural-looking dental crown to replace the missing tooth. Single-tooth implants are a great alternative to conventional, tooth-supported bridges because they keep a “one tooth problem a one tooth problem” without compromising the neighboring teeth.

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Dental Implants

Greenwood Dental Arts offers customized treatment plans for our patients who need single-tooth implants, full-jaw dental implant solutions, and implant-supported options for removable and non-removable dental implants designed to replace traditional dentures. After reviewing our patients’ needs, we will provide custom treatment options and use state-of-the-art technology to restore our patients’ smiles to their full brilliance. 

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Crowns, Bridges & Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dental Crowns

How long do crowns last? Properly cared for, high-quality crowns can last a lifetime. Depending on the type of crown, you can expect them to last between 5 and 30 years before needing to be replaced. How long your crown will last is affected by several factors:

  • Diet & use

  • Tooth strength

  • Clenching and grinding of your teeth.

  • Health of underlying gums and bone.

  • Habits such as biting on your nails or pens.

  • Oral hygiene and how you care for your teeth on a daily basis.

  • Cavities can still impact crowns if they are not properly cared for.

  • Diets high in sugar or regularly consuming acidic beverages.

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Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is a cemented prosthesis used to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. It consists of at least two crowns that are attached with suspended teeth in place of the missing teeth. Our dentists may recommend a bridge to improve your ability to eat and speak as well as renew your healthy smile.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Composite resins, also called tooth-colored fillings, are a durable substance made of a composite resin material (a mixture of tiny glass-like particles) that allows the filling to chemically bond to your tooth. Tooth-colored fillings are matched to your natural tooth color to seamlessly blend in with your smile and provide a beautiful restoration. The tooth-colored composite material can also be applied to your front teeth as an alternative to veneers to improve esthetics and give you a beautiful smile.

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Dentures

Implant-Supported Dentures

More permanent option suitable when multiple non-adjacent teeth are missing. Two implant options are available:

  • Bar-Retained securely holds the denture in place along a horizontal bar connected to multiple gum implants, providing more evenly distributed force.

  • Ball-Retained held by several ball-shaped supports along the gum line, which requires less vertical space.

  • Snap in dentures securely snaps the denture in place with multiple implants providing better stability and chewing function. 

  • Non-removable dentures held in permanently with implants.  This can only be removed by your dentist.  It provides the most stability, best aesthetics and closest option to natural teeth.

Partial Dentures

Partial Dentures are also available for those who have multiple missing teeth. They also come in different styles and materials:

  • Cast metal are long-lasting and very stable.

  • Acrylic are suitable for immediate partial dentures and single missing teeth.

Full Dentures

Full Dentures can be made to replace entire rows of teeth. They can also be made according to your timeframe—immediate dentures can be manufactured very quickly, while conventional dentures require 2–4 months of design. Conventional dentures provide a more exact fit, and they can last for years, while immediate dentures require more frequent adjustments but are available much sooner.

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Dentures

Depending on the extent of tooth loss and the amount of remaining jawbone, your dentist may recommend full or partial dentures.

Each denture or partial denture are customized to your mouth.  Some rely on suction to stay in your mouth and some rely on implants to stay in place.  Here are just a few options below.

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