Our Restorative Dentistry Services
How Can Restorative Dentistry Change Your Life?
We believe a healthy smile can serve you for a lifetime. It should not only look great but also function optimally to help you smile confidently and chew efficiently. What do you miss about the smile of your youth?
Restorative Dentistry Services in Longmont, CO
Do you experience dental anxiety when visiting the dentist? Dr. Rogge is committed to helping all his patients feel relaxed and comfortable during their appointments. He offers nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation depending on your level of anxiety.
Give your smile a second chance with dental implants. Not only do they look and feel like natural teeth, but you can eat, speak, and laugh proudly again. Learn more about this innovative service and see what you can expect.
Think of full mouth reconstruction as the complete package. It involves restoring the teeth, bite, and muscles back to a natural looking and functional condition. Click here to learn more about this modern and life-changing solution.
At Artistic Smiles, we can replace your missing teeth with durable, high-quality dental bridges that restore your smile and the functionality of your mouth with natural-looking replacements.
An inlay or onlay may offer a conservative repair option for areas of decay on the chewing surfaces of teeth. At Artistic Smiles, we bond tooth-colored materials, called composites, directly on the tooth. Learn more about this procedure.
Whether you need a tooth restoration or replacement of old metal fillings, we offer metal-free fillings. These “white” fillings are created with composite resin that is biocompatible so that you can have a brighter, more aesthetic smile.
– Paul S., Actual Patient
CEREC 3D technology allows us to create permanent crowns immediately, so second visits are no longer necessary. See how it’s done!
Our Longmont family dental practice is trained in temporomandibular joint (TMJ) treatment and neuromuscular dentistry, which specializes in the healthy relationship among the jaw joints, teeth, and neck and head muscles. Learn more.
Every effort is made to save your natural teeth, but at times, it becomes necessary to remove extensively decayed or damaged teeth. Dr. Rogge has extensive education and experience to ensure your tooth extractions are as painless as possible.
Wisdom teeth can cause severe problems later in life if not removed before the age of 25. Even if your wisdom teeth aren’t hurting, your dentist should assess whether oral surgery is required.
– Yulia R., Actual Patient