Broken and missing teeth can make your mouth a minefield at meal times. Dr. Roeder has more than 30 years of dentistry experience. For you, this means he has the restorative dentistry skills and know-how to fix any smile challenge you bring into his Quakertown, PA dental office.
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Dr. Roeder has more than 20 years of experience placing and restoring dental implants. He’s used this expertise to partner with Glidewell Laboratories to create a new procedure called Comfort Lock Implant Bridge™. This same-day, full-arch replacement All-on-4TM alternative is:
Dr. Roeder uses connectors, not screws that can break, to support a zirconia bridge with dental implants. This allows you to better clean and care for your mouth at home and for quicker exams and cleanings at our office. To learn more, you can call us at (215) 352-4195 to schedule your free dental implant consultation or reserve your spot in Dr. Roeder’s next dental implant seminar.
Even if dental implants are not right for you, you can experience the strength of zirconia as our dental office exclusively uses nearly unbreakable zirconia for our dental crowns and fixed dental bridges.
Dr. Roeder does dental implants differently, and he also takes a unique approach to root canals. By prescribing antibiotics pre-treatment, he’s achieved a more than a 99% success rate with pain-free root canal treatments.
Dream-Dentistry offers dental veneers in traditional and ultra-thin. Dental veneers are thin pieces of porcelain expertly shaped and laid over your natural teeth to correct flaws like discoloration, cracks, and chips.
Minor to moderate repairs to your teeth can be beautifully made with tooth-colored fillings, inlays, or onlays. To accomplish a tooth-colored filling, one of our dentists will use a small bit of composite to fill your cavity. Our goal is to create such realistic fillings that even other dentists won’t know any work has been done! Inlays and onlays serve a similar purpose as fillings and lay inside the surface of your tooth or over the sides, depending on the damage.