Bringing Your Smile Back to Life
If you have damaged teeth, our practice, William A. Cofer, DMD PA, provides a restorative touch. We want you to have a smile that makes you feel remarkable — from dental crowns to dental implants, we offer a restorative dentistry service that will suit your needs. Serving patients in Greer, SC, for nearly half-a-century, our office is excited to revitalize your smile and make you one of our patient success stories!
What’s the most cost-effective way to restore the beauty of your smile? Bonding. Using tooth-colored materials, we can replace any structure and minimize the appearance of minor defects in the tooth (including chips, discoloration, and small spacing irregularities).
What is the process like?
Feeling insecure about your missing teeth? When deciding which tooth replacement procedure is best for you, it’s important to know that dental implants achieve the longest-lasting result. An attractive, durable solution, implant dentistry can revitalize your smile and restore your confidence.
How do dental implants work?
A minimal procedure, implants are inserted directly into the jawbone and left to heal. After some time has passed, we will fuse your fresh implant with a crown.
Crowns & Bridgework
Through crowns and bridgework, we can completely replace decayed or unattractive teeth or protect an implant. Crowns not only strengthen the aesthetics of your smile, but they correct functional issues as well. Utilizing state-of-the-art crowns and bridges, we’ll construct custom appliances that provide a perfect fit.
How long do dental crowns last?
Crown and bridgework should deliver a permanent solution! The procedure will take 2-3 visits, but you’ll be left with beautiful, long-lasting work.
Convenient and comfortable, dentures offer a desirable treatment method for full or partial tooth loss.
What are dentures made out of?
Dentures are fabricated with a gum-colored base made of plastic resin, custom-designed to fit your mouth just right.
What are the different types of dentures?
- Removable/temporary dentures
- Conventional full dentures
- Implant-supported overdentures