Your teeth are an incredibly important part of you as a human being – and a healthy smile is a powerful thing. If you’ve experienced decay, trauma, or disease that’s left your smile compromised, Dr. Ryan Whalen at Whalen Dentistry wants you to know that you have options, and we’re here to help restore your smile so you can get back to living your life!
At Whalen Dentistry, we’re proud of our investment in a state of the art CEREC milling machine. This piece of advanced technology brings an entire dental lab into a single piece of chairside equipment. In the past, dental restorations required messy impressions, temporary restorations, and return appointments. With CEREC, we can take digital impressions, design, fabricate and place restorations in a single visit!
Today, rather than unsightly metal, we can easily fill cavities and stop decay with tooth colored fillings that blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth. Check out our Tooth Colored Fillings page to learn more.
If your decay is extensive enough that it requires more than a simple filling, but doesn’t quite require a full crown, Dr. Whalen will probably recommend an inlay or onlay to restore your tooth in form and function.
If you’ve suffered from extensive decay or trauma, we can restore your smile and prevent further damage with a beautiful porcelain crown so you can eat, speak, and smile with confidence. Visit our Crowns page to learn more!
If you’re missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, you may be a good candidate for a porcelain bridge. Bridges are fabricated teeth that securely fill the gap in your smile. Check out our Bridges page to learn more!
If you are a patient that’s missing all or most of your natural teeth, or are tired of clunky, ill-fitting dentures that don’t stay put, we can help! Our dentures truly change our patients’ lives. Visit our Dentures page for more info.
Dental implants are the #1 recommended tooth replacement solution on the market – by doctors and patients alike. Replace missing teeth, restore your smile, and preserve your oral health. Check out our Dental Implants page to learn more.
If your smile has been damaged and you thought it was past the point of no return, we want you to know you don’t have to throw in the towel yet. We can rebuild a solid foundation to get your oral health back on track. Visit our Full Mouth Reconstruction page to learn more.
If you’ve suffered from decay, trauma, or tooth loss, we have plenty of options to restore your smile in form and function! If you have any questions about restorative dentistry or would like to schedule a consultation with your Cornelius dentist – Dr. Ryan C. Whalen at Whalen Dentistry – give us a call today at (704) 621-4454 – New Patients or (704) 655-2292 – Current Patients.
As a leading healthcare authority in our community, we want you to know the steps we are taking in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are here for you and are now seeing patients starting in May.