at Luck Family Dental
No matter where you are on your dental health journey, the Fort Mill restorative dental team at Luck Family Dental is here to help. Whether you have a tooth that is badly infected, a cracked tooth that needs a crown, or a tooth that has fallen out, we have restorative options that will give you your smile back. Call us today to learn more about how we can refresh your smile.
Missing a tooth?
Improve Your Health and Confidence with Implants
Dental implants are a permanent replacement for missing teeth, so they need to be surgically inserted into your jaw bone. A good candidate for a dental implants will have healthy gums and adequate jaw bone to support the implant. To schedule a consultation with restorative dentist Dr. Luck and see if a dental implant is a good solution for you, give us a call today!
Restore Damaged, Decayed Teeth
with a Gentle Root Canal
Root canals are usually required if your tooth is seriously decayed and infected, but you can also benefit from a root canal if your tooth is cracked due to a slip and fall, car accident, or a hard hit in contact sports. Some signs that you may need a root canal are increased sensitivity, grayish color, persistent toothache and radiating jaw pain, or swelling of the cheek and face. If you notice any of these signs, give us a call today so we can help save your tooth and get you out of pain.
Protect Damaged Teeth
with Natural-Looking Dental Crowns
If you have a damaged or broken tooth, a dental crown from our Fort Mill restorative dentist can protect it from further damage. Our custom crowns are matched to the color of your natural teeth, so you can smile confidently after your treatment. Dr. Luck may suggest a crown to replace a large filling when there isn't enough tooth remaining, protect a weak tooth from fracturing, or to restore a fractured tooth. If you have a damaged tooth, give us a call today to see if a dental crown is the right option for you.
Missing Multiple Teeth?
Partial Dentures Can Restore Your Smile!
Partial dentures are used to replace one or several missing teeth in the mouth. This option is a good solution for missing teeth if patients don’t want a permanent replacement, or if their gums aren’t healthy enough to support an implant. If you have one or multiple missing teeth, give us a call today to discuss partial dentures and see how they can restore your smile.