Whether it’s because of decay, a traumatic event, or anything else – our teeth may need to be fixed from time to time!
We proudly offer a wide variety of restorative dental options to help you address cavities, cracks, chips, and more dental issues that can lead to more pain or health issues if left untreated.
Our caring team of professionals makes your comfort and safety a top priority – and will assure you leave us with a fantastic smile that you can be proud of!

When visiting the dentist, many of us hope we don’t have to hear the words “you have a cavity.”

Cavities and decay from bacteria affect kids and adults alike, and can result in permanent enamel loss and increased tooth sensitivity. Brushing and flossing is always the best way to try and prevent cavities, but there’s no perfect method to stop them from developing.

But that’s why we’re here to help! Our caring team will fix your cavity and prevent any further decay or harm with a non-invasive dental filling! We offer a wide variety of fillings made from different materials based on your unique needs – and we will always go over the benefits of each material to make sure you’re getting the type that’s best for you!

We’ll work with you to make sure your bite is comfortable and well-suited. Once all is said and done, you’ll leave with a restored tooth that’s safe from further decay and harm – while looking good, too!

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If you have missing teeth from tooth decay or gum disease, we may recommend a restorative dental bridge to keep your teeth aligned. Bridges are meant to serve as a long-term solution by replacing your missing tooth (or multiple teeth) and closing the gap to give you a beautiful, full smile.

A dental bridge is a set of “false teeth” that is usually constructed out of metal or porcelain. We’ll always discuss the pros and cons of each material with you beforehand to ensure you receive a comfortable and natural-fitting bridge. The bridge is completed with one or several crowns that surround the gap – allowing your bite and chewing to remain completely functional.

You may be a candidate for a dental bridge if you:

  • Are missing multiple teeth from severe decay or gum disease
  • Suffer minor to moderate cracks or fractures in your teeth
  • Were born with missing teeth due to congenital disease

No matter the reason, don’t let missing teeth hold your confidence back! We are dedicated to providing you with top-tier, personalized care and a smile you’ll want to show! Please feel free to reach out to us any time, and we’ll discuss the right options for your dental needs.


When you’ve severely damaged a tooth, or had a dental implant placed, you’ll likely need a crown placed to protect the area from further harm. Crowns also complete your smile, as they look, feel, and act just like a natural tooth!

When it’s time to be fitted for your custom crown, you’ll get a full explanation of the material types we have available, as well as all the benefits your cew crown will bring you – both cosmetically and functionally! We assure that your crown fits you perfectly, and that your bite is correct before you leave our doors.

After all, your new crown should make you look and feel like royalty – and it’s our job to make sure that happens!

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For those looking for their first set of dentures or a brand new set – Givner Family Dental has got you covered!

Dentures act as removable replacements for missing teeth and tissue – often a full arch or both arches of teeth. Partial dentures can replace a section of teeth, while complete dentures replace all of them.

Your new set of dentures is designed to look just like the natural teeth they’re replacing, and will allow you to show off a bright smile that everyone will think is natural! Your dentures can be brushed and cared for all the same, and will allow you to continue to chew, speak, smile, and maintain proper facial structure like usual!

Contact Givner Family Dental today for more information


Sometimes, the best way to treat a tooth that’s severely decayed or damaged is to remove it completely. We know that’s not something anyone wants to hear – but removing a problematic tooth that cannot be saved is often beneficial to your overall health, not just your dental health.

At Givner Family Dental, we don’t take tooth extraction lightly. In fact, we want to do everything we can to save your natural tooth! But after consulting with us and determining that extraction is necessary, you can be assured that you’re in the best of hands.

When your tooth has been extracted, the next step (after recovering, of course!) is to determine the best way to restore your smile! This may be done with implants, crowns, or bridges – but we’ll discuss your unique needs and help you come to the decision that’s best for you!

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Despite our best efforts at brushing, flossing, and cleaning – teeth don’t last forever. Whether it be due to decay or a traumatic event, we may find ourselves missing one or several teeth.

We can’t grow teeth back once we’ve lost them – but we can come pretty close with dental implants! Think of implants as ‘artificial roots’ placed where your tooth used to be. They provide structure in your jawline to prevent surrounding teeth from shifting out of position, and allow for a crown to be placed to re-complete your smile!

With the latest and greatest in dental technology we use here at Givner Family Dental, you can be assured that your new dental implant will be comfortable, feel natural, and is placed perfectly!

Bright Smiles for the Whole Family!