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Restorative Care Makes a Difference in Falls City

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Dental decay and damage happen to everyone at one point or another, and that’s where our team comes in. We offer several services that can restore form and function to your smile. For instance, dental crowns can help repair the structure of your teeth, and root canal therapy is an ideal solution for patients who are facing the threat of extraction.

Are you struggling with tooth loss? We offer several transformative solutions that can meet the needs of all kinds of patients, from sturdy dental bridges to reliable dentures. Dental implants are the most modern tooth replacement method available today, though, and it’s one that we hope you’ll consider. Dr. Kobza is very seasoned when it comes to placing and restoring dental implants, and he would love to pass their valuable benefits onto you!

Do you want to know if dental implants are right for you? Or maybe you just need to schedule your next family dentistry checkup. Whatever your needs, call Dr. Kobza’s Falls City office for an appointment. We're happy to serve patients from Lincoln, Omaha, Auburn, Tecumseh, St. Joseph, Mound City, Hiawatha, Pawnee City, Auburn, Sabetha, Humboldt, Oregon, Axtell, and all surrounding areas in Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri.

Dental Implants

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Dental implants are simply the most complete tooth restoration available today. With them, we can literally rebuild an entire tooth from the bottom up, creating a result that is practically indistinguishable from nature. We can use them to replace any number of teeth, and they can be trusted to last for decades to come.

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Dental Crowns & Bridges

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Crowns are designed to fit over broken and decayed teeth in order to restore their original strength and appearance at the same time, while bridges can help fill in the gap left by one or more missing teeth. No matter which one you need, it will be completely custom-made so that it seamlessly fits into your smile.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Tooth-colored fillings are made of a composite resin material, which gives them numerous advantages over traditional silver fillings. Firstly, they can be specially shaded to completely blend in with surrounding enamel, making them practically invisible within the mouth. And, they also bond directly to the enamel (regular fillings don’t), which enables our team to preserve more of your natural tooth while repairing it. The end result is a tooth that both looks great and can be trusted to last for many years.

Dentures & Partials

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Dentures offer a relatively quick and affordable solution for people who are suffering from significant tooth loss. Whether you are missing just a few teeth or an entire row, we can design a prosthetic that is comfortable, reliable, and will enable you to eat, speak, and smile with full confidence again.

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Root Canal Therapy

Models of the insides of healthy and unhealthy teeth

At the center of every tooth is its delicate nerve, also known as the dental pulp. When this pulp becomes damaged or infected due to decay or injury, it can cause quite a toothache—the kind that makes it hard to focus on just about anything else! Fortunately, our team can completely relieve this pain and even save extremely compromised teeth with root canal therapy. Thanks to modern dental techniques, this often feared procedure is now virtually painless.

Tooth Extractions

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While extracting a tooth is never our first choice, sometimes, it’s the best thing we can do to protect a patient’s oral and overall health. We usually need to remove a tooth if:

  • It is too damaged to be saved
  • Gum disease has weakened the bone supporting it
  • It refuses to fall out naturally or is blocking and incoming adult tooth (just for baby teeth)
  • Room needs to be created for a denture/orthodontic treatment
  • It has become painful, impacted (stuck), or infected (wisdom teeth)

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