Restorative Dentistry

Regain your smile in optimal comfort at Big Boca Smiles

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Metal-Free Fillings
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If you are looking to restore a tooth that has become damaged due to decay or trauma, you’ve come to the right place. Your Boca Raton dental experts use tooth-colored fillings to seal those cavities and prevent any bacteria-induced infection from spreading.

These composite fillings are first bonded to your natural tooth structure and then sculpted to blend with your natural tooth seamlessly. The end result will be a smile that is beautiful, functional, and strong for years to come.

We are also an amalgam-free practice, meaning we’ve swapped the traditional metal fillings for composite ones for your family’s safety.

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Crowns & Bridges
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Much like a cap, a crown is placed over a damaged tooth to protect and restore its function and strength. Each crown is custom-made using your impressions and data provided by our experts. Thanks to our use of state-of-the-art digital technology, your crown will not only look but feel like your natural tooth.

A dental bridge is used to replace a missing tooth and consists of two custom-made crowns placed on each side of a replacement tooth. The crowns are bonded to your natural teeth to serve as anchors to hold your restoration and provide outstanding results.

We are one of the few South Florida offices to offer the 3shape digital imaging for crowns and bridges. 3shape allows us to get the best results possible. This also means no more bulky impression trays in your mouth!

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At Big Boca Smiles, we have vast experience helping patients in the Boca Raton area and the surrounding communities give their smiles a second chance with our different denture options.

We use partial dentures to help patients who are only missing some teeth because they fill in the gaps, much like a dental bridge. On the other hand, complete dentures can be the ideal solution if all your teeth from the upper or lower arch are missing.

Both options look and feel great, restoring the function and beauty of your smile. If additional support and security are needed, implant-supported dentures can become an option.

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Dental Implants
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If you have lost a tooth because of severe decay or a traumatic event, dental implants can be an ideal permanent solution for you.

Dental implants are small biocompatible titanium posts inserted into your jawbone with the sole purpose of replacing your missing tooth’s root. The insertion point for your implant is planned using 3D imaging of your entire mouth and face provided by our CBCT scanner.

Once your jawbone and implant fuse (osseointegration), we can place the abutment. This small element acts as a connector between your implant and your chosen restoration (crowns, bridges, dentures). As we’ve mentioned before, all our restorations are custom-made to cater to your specific needs and provide outstanding results.

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Sometimes, an extraction is needed due to one of the following situations:

  • Severe decay or damage

  • Advanced periodontal disease

  • Poor position in the mouth
  • In preparation for orthodontic procedure

We begin the procedure by explaining to you what is about to occur. We will only move forward with the process once you feel 100% comfortable. Then, we’ll use a local anesthetic to numb the area around the desired tooth. If you feel too anxious or apprehensive, we can offer you sedation dentistry to help you relax during the procedure.

Next, we’ll loosen your tooth with the help of a tool called an elevator and proceed to gently extract it in a pain-free manner. No matter the reason for your extraction, our Boca Raton team will provide comprehensive and compassionate care throughout the entire procedure.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction
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A full mouth reconstruction uses a series of procedures to restore your smile’s function and beauty. Our experts may recommend it if you have not visited the dentist for a while or suffer from multiple oral health issues.

If this is your case, we’ll create a personalized treatment plan to fulfill all your dental needs and goals. This comprehensive approach combines our superior cosmetic and restorative dentistry services to transform your smile and improve your life.

This treatment may include:

  • Gum restoration
  • Teeth alignment
  • Dental implants
  • Dental crowns
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Teeth whitening
  • Mouthguards
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • And more
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Inlays & Onlays
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Dental inlays and onlays are used to repair and strengthen teeth that have been severely damaged or suffer from mild decay. These restorations are tailor-made to replace missing pieces from your tooth or repair damage that is too extensive while perfectly blending with your smile.

Inlays are placed when the damage is between the little points or cusps on your premolars or molars.

Onlays are used when the damage extends over one or more of the cusps and towards the chewing surface.

Both inlays and onlays are made from strong materials, making them excellent long-lasting solutions with outstanding functional and aesthetic results.

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Are you feeling nervous about your visit to the dentist? You are not alone! Many people avoid the dentist due to fear and anxiety, but we are here to change that.

Not only do we have the most caring and gentle team, but we offer superior sedation dentistry to provide your family with the most relaxing and anxiety-free dental experience ever.

Our solutions include nitrous oxide and oral sedation. The first one, also known as “laughing gas,” is a relaxing gas that places you in a calm state as you breathe it through a nose piece. The second sedation option comes in pill or liquid form and is taken orally before your procedure to make you feel at ease and remove any apprehension you may have.

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Sleep Apnea
Get the lowdown on this lifestyle disrupting disorder.

As a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Dr. Spoont understands how important your sleep quality can be for your overall health and well-being.

Discover how he can identify common sleep apnea symptoms and improve your sleep in a comprehensive and non-invasive way.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Feel safe and calm

I would give you 1 million stars if possible. I have been a patient for a number of years and always feel safe and calm when I have an appointment.

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Great team

A great team taking care of my teeth. Always a great experience at Big Tooth. Thank you.

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Everyone there is so nice

So happy I finally found a great dental office for my family. Everyone there is so nice. I always have so many questions that they take the time to answer.

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