Dental Crowns

These tooth-shaped porcelain caps are used to strengthen and repair damaged teeth. A crown can also top a dental implant or hold a bridge. To provide you with prompt, high-quality restorations, our dentists use CEREC® technology to create and place custom crowns in a single visit, which function as nature intended, with comfort and precision.


Dental Implants

Dental implants are a permanent replacement option for missing teeth. These small titanium posts are surgically placed, providing a stable base for crowns and bridges. Implants are the only method of tooth replacement that can prevent bone loss in the area of a missing tooth. Our dentists restore dental implants with high-quality esthetic restorations.



A bridge replaces missing teeth, looks great, and literally bridges the gap where one or more teeth may have been.  A bridge may help maintain the shape of your face, create solid form and function, and alleviate stress on your bite. It is permanently bonded into place and functions as a natural part of your dentition.  The success of any bridge depends on the foundation; therefore, it’s very important to keep your existing teeth, gums, and jaw healthy and strong.



In the past, most fillings were made of silver amalgam, so they were obvious against white tooth enamel. We offer fillings that match the natural color of teeth. We can craft fillings with CEREC technology, the same technology used to design and mill crowns, inlays, and onlays.

Inlays/Onlays – Inlays and onlays are restorations that fit into teeth to restore shape, strength, and appearance. An inlay fits between the cusps of a tooth, while an onlay covers one or more of the cusps and can continue down the side of a tooth.



Invisalign® uses a series of clear trays instead of brackets and wires to align your teeth. These thin plastic trays are worn all the time except to eat, brush, and floss. Now you can go through complete orthodontic treatment without any embarrassing appliances. Namay Dentistry is a preferred Invisalign® provider.



If you have extensive damage to your teeth and gums, you may be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. This procedure combines one or more restorative procedures to repair structural damage, treat decay, and restore optimal oral form, function, and appearance.  Call our office to set up a free consultation today!