Dr. Clark restores smiles using modern and state-of-the-art technology.

Gone are the old days of the silver mercury fillings and black metal crowns.  Dr. David Clark utilizes cutting edge technology and modern dental materials to provide you with the most conservative, lifelike restorative dentistry available.  With the advent of porcelain and zirconia, we can make beautiful long lasting crowns and bridges that will provide years of quality service and mimic the original properties of enamel.

Here are some of the restorative dentistry we offer:

Composite (white) Fillings

Some people refer to these as “bonding”.  For fillings, teeth are prepared and cleaned then given a resin tooth-matched filling that is lightly cured onto the surface of the tooth.  These fillings do not contain mercury, and are much more forgiving on the tooth.

Crowns and Bridges

Also known as caps, crowns and bridges are mostly made from strong ceramic materials.  They look like teeth, and have very similar properties to your natural tooth structure. No more black metal lines at the gum line.

Root Canal

Root canal treatments have a bad reputation.  It doesn’t have to be that way.  In over 90% of root canal treatments, the procedure goes smoothly and efficiently, and virtually “pain free”.  With better numbing agents, we take our time and make certain you are comfortable before we proceed.  We want you to say, “WOW!  That was easy.”  We hear that a lot at David Clark, DDS.

Tooth Extractions

Dental tooth extractions are sometimes an inevitable part of life for some people.  We can be hard on our teeth, and in some cases, teeth can only take so much. If you need an extraction, Dr. Clark can usually remove the tooth gently while you are completely numb.  Your comfort is our goal, and we want you to get the best results.

Tooth Implants

A dental implant is a form of cosmetic dentistry used to replace missing teeth for a look and feel that is natural. They are surgically placed below the gums over a series of appointments. Candidate for dental implants need to have healthy gums and adequate bone to support a secure implant.

Dental implants are frequently the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth because unlike dentures that rest on the gum line or the use of adjacent teeth as anchors, dental implants are long-term replacements.

Contact us today to learn more or schedule an appointment for your restorative dentistry services.