Dental Implants

By: Drs. Smith and Domingue  12/03/2014
Keywords: Dental Implants

Our dentists Dr. Jerome Smith and Dr. Daniel Domingue are experts in the field of restorative dentistry. Whether you need to restore broken or decayed teeth with crowns or onlays or you are in need of a full-mouth reconstruction including dentures or dental implants, we can care for you every step of the way. Drs. Smith and Domingue are so skilled in the field of dental implant placement and restoration that other dentists actually come to them for additional training. We are also able to perform bone grafting, an advanced procedure that is used to restore atrophied bone in your jaw to make dental implant placement a possibility.

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