Comprehensive Restorations in Milpitas, CA

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As oral health specialists, Dr. Alejandro Celis’ and Dr. Oscar’s advanced training and skills are complemented by the assistance of experienced staff members for exceptional restorative treatments. At Montague Hills Dentistry, we strive to bring you the best care available using the latest tools and resources to provide quality oral health services for the whole family.

With innovative dentistry and advanced treatment options, you don’t have to struggle with hiding your smile. To learn more about how our dental team can help you restore your smile in Milpitas and the surrounding Bay Area cities, contact our office today!


Our Restorative Treatment Options

The evolution of new technology has made many restorative treatments less invasive and more dependable than they were in the past. Procedures that took multiple trips to the dentist or required multiple health care providers can often be performed in the comfort of our office in only one day. Some of our advanced treatment options include:

Composite Fillings & Crowns

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Processes and procedures have changed from how fillings and crowns were done even just five years ago. Tooth-colored composite can offer you a natural-looking restoration, so all you see is your smile, not your fillings. The new materials require less of the dentition around the cavity to be removed, so your tooth has more of its natural structure, which makes it stronger.

Dental crowns are a preferred treatment for significantly damaged teeth, or for encasing a tooth previously treated with other corrective procedures, such as a root canal. Unlike inlays, onlays, or fillings, crowns completely cover the entire structure of the tooth. A crown protects the vulnerable inner dentin, nerves, and tissues from further damage or infection. By preserving the natural structure and original root, dental crowns can maintain the structure, function, and integrity of your smile.

Saving Your Smile with Root Canal Therapy

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Our first choice will always be to save your original tooth if possible. Although many restoration options are effective, nothing is as good as the real thing. By performing a root canal treatment, we can help you maintain your alignment and facial structure.

A root canal targets the material inside teeth, called pulp. If decay is left untreated, bacteria can enter the inner systems of teeth and damage the dentin, causing toothache and severe pain. With root canal therapy, the damaged pulp can be removed, and the outer structure of your tooth can remain in-tact. Root canals are comfortable and allow you to keep your teeth, which is essential to lasting oral health. After cleaning the inner canals to remove infected material, our team completes the treatment with a beautiful dental crown, so your smile looks as healthy as it feels.

Restore a Complete Smile with Dental Implants

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A removable dental appliance, such as a full or partial denture, is a popular method of correcting tooth loss, but removable appliances often don’t feel or function in the same way as real teeth. At Montague Hills Dentistry, we want you to have access to the best technology and the best care. We ensure your implant treatment is as comfortable and as smooth as possible.

Dental implants feel like real teeth because the titanium post acts as a substitute tooth, from root to crown. Dental implants consist of a post, an abutment, and a restoration. Whether you need a single tooth replaced or a full arch, we can supply the unique replacement option you need. If you require more extensive care, we can also perform bone grafting and sinus lifts before placing your implant.

Montague Hills Dentistry creates custom-made restorations to replace any number of missing teeth in your smile. Because they are surgically placed and act like real teeth, dental implants are comfortable and can provide lasting results. With our comprehensive approach to dentistry, you can get the smile you want in one convenient location.

Implant-Supported Crowns, Bridges, and Dentures

Tooth loss happens for a variety of reasons, from trauma to gum disease, but the result is always the same: a gap in your smile that causes discomfort and embarrassment, leaving you vulnerable to many potential health issues. While there are several options to fill these gaps, none offer the benefits that come with the support of dental implants.

Crowns: Single implants with a custom crown provide a stable and durable replacement for a lost tooth.

Bridges: An implant can be used to anchor two or more crowns that will not require the alteration of adjacent healthy teeth.

Dentures: With dental implants, dentures can be designed to restore three missing teeth or a complete upper or lower arch. Implant dentures are only removable by our experienced team and provide much more stability and security while speaking. They also allow you to eat all your favorite foods with confidence.

Implant-supported bridges, crowns, and dentures can vastly improve your dental aesthetics after tooth loss. The prosthetics being produced today are beautiful and life-like, resembling natural teeth right down to the reflective and translucent qualities of tooth enamel. Not only can these restorations fill gaps in your smile, but they also allow you to eat and speak comfortably and preserve bone density.

Bone Grafting to Restore Oral Health

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Even if your gums are clean and healthy, the bone beneath them must have enough volume. If your teeth have been missing for a long time, your jawbone can shrink in size. Without the stimulation of tooth roots, this process is accelerated. If you’ve had dentures for a long time, some resorption has likely occurred. A bone graft can add mass to the bone as preparation for the implant. This graft can be completed using donor bone from another part of your body. Synthetic bone material is another option. Products like hydroxyapatite (made from the main mineral component of human bone) can circumvent a donor surgery.

The procedure entails the bone graft being placed under the gums. In a few short months, the bone should have its volume increased due to the added material, and strong enough to hold the implant.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

As we age, it is common to experience significant oral health losses. No matter how many healthy teeth you have left, Dr. J. Alejandro Celis and Dr. Oscar A. Celis can help you restore a complete smile that functions effortlessly. A full mouth rehabilitation requires excellent planning and follow-through, but it is well worth the effort. By targeting your specific restoration needs, our team can help you get back to optimal oral health and reach your goals for a smile you will love to share.

Innovative Technology for a Confident Smile

We often connect technology with data analysis and forget how advancements can affect our emotions. The ability to try on different smiles using digital photos and virtual design software makes a big difference in how you feel about your treatment. Gone are the traditional ways of molded impressions sent off to a lab. At Montague Hills Dentistry, we use digital technology and advanced techniques to help you manifest that perfect smile. Call our experienced Milpitas team today and schedule your comprehensive evaluation!


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