Unfortunately, our smiles can fall victim to strain, injuries, and neglect over time just like the rest of the human body. At Weber Family Dentistry, we want to assist patients with these frustrating conditions as soon as possible, whether it’s something minor like a small cavity or advanced like the loss of several natural teeth. Dr. Weber’s restorative treatments are painstakingly personalized to match your unique needs and goals, providing results that are durable, attractive, and truly built to last. Contact us in Lincoln, NE today to schedule a first appointment – our team is here to help!
Dental crowns and bridges are custom-made restorations that can help rebuild damaged teeth, incomplete teeth, and teeth that have been lost altogether. Our goal is to not only replenish your smile’s health and ability to function, but your sense of self-confidence as well!
Tooth-colored fillings are an excellent alternative to traditional amalgam when it comes to treating cavities. They’re made from composite resin, which comes in a wide variety of enamel-like shades and directly bonds to the enamel as well for a stronger, more conservative result that stands the test of time.
If you’ve lost several natural teeth or even an entire arch, today’s modern dentures can provide reliable, cost-effective coverage and help you regain the quality of life you deserve. Dr. Weber offers several styles of prosthetics, including traditional full and partial models as well as implant-retained dentures. We strongly recommend the latter because of the additional oral health benefits, as well as their improved longevity and stability – there’s no risk of slippage!
At Weber Family Dentistry, our team will always strive to preserve and restore natural teeth instead of removing them from the patient’s mouth. However, there are circumstances where this type of treatment can be the right choice for the person’s continuing wellbeing, such as:
Throughout this process, rest assured that your comfort will always be our top priority. Dr. Weber can also recommend potential replacement services (if needed) right away in order to make the transition to a new “tooth or “teeth” as smooth as possible.