The perfect solution for the visible decay of tooth structure by erosion or chips and accidents!
Dental crowns from our Tulsa dental practice improve the appearance of your teeth by covering misshapen or discolored teeth, as well as protecting a weak, decayed, or broken tooth - giving you a full, beautiful, and lasting smile.
A bridge is a fixed porcelain restoration used to replace a missing tooth (or several teeth) by joining an artificial tooth permanently to adjacent teeth. Your Tulsa restorative dentist from Bingham & Howarth can restore your smile and confidence, as well as your functionality to chew and bite properly.
An implant is a solution to replacing missing teeth while preserving your smile’s function. It consists of three parts: a titanium implant, abutment, and crown.
Dr. Howarth has completed over 300 hours of continuing education focused on implant placement. He only uses the best durable materials for long-term results, and can perform the treatment all under one roof.
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Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain cemented over the front of your teeth.
They have a longer durability, are highly resistant to staining, and mimic the strength and beauty of natural teeth. Dental veneers can give you a very natural appearance, even giving your teeth a whiter look while improving the shape of your teeth and overall smile.
Wouldn't you love to see your Tulsa dental implant results BEFORE committing to surgery? Dr. Howarth is proud to offer the SIMPLANT system, which allows him to complete your implant surgery virtually before performing any treatment. Learn more about this revolutionary technology!
Whatever your deterrent or restraint may be, we offer you a solution to that barrier.
We offer our patients different levels of stress and anxiety relief to help ease you through your dental treatment. Nitrous oxide or “laughing gas” is a simple form of anxiety reduction available for both children and adults. We can also administer anxiety pills, which are typically taken about an hour before your procedure.
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• What real people say it feels like
• The difference between the sedation types
• How sedation works