Dr. Andrew Bock of Northern Colorado Prosthetic Dentistry in Loveland, Colorado is one of only a few prosthodontists in the Loveland, Colorado area who offers comprehensive prosthetic dentistry services from a specialty practice.
Exceptional care with advanced in-house technology
Dr. Andrew Bock at Northern Colorado Prosthetic Dentistry is here to work with you to determine the best treatment options for our comprehensive list of prosthetic, restorative, and cosmetic services to help you restore the health of your teeth and gums and achieve your smile goals while staying within your dental care budget.
Restorative dentistry treatments are intended to repair and restore a patient’s smile that has been damaged due to issues such as decay, injury, disease, age, or excessive wear and tear. From correcting minor concerns to making major repairs with a complete smile makeover, restorative dentistry can restore your teeth to their normal function and feeling.
We are fully equipped to provide a variety of select cosmetic treatments in our office. Many of these treatments not only improve the look of your smile but can also offer restorative benefits that strengthen your smile while restoring the health of your teeth and gums.
Dental crowns provide restorative benefits while also offering cosmetic improvements.
Dental bonding is the perfect treatment for correcting minor imperfections.
Dental veneers can mask subtle imperfections or completely makeover the look of your smile.
The perfect way to protect your newly restored smile is with a nightguard to mitigate excess damage caused by clenching or grinding.
Temporomandibular joint disorder can cause severe pain and discomfort; we’re here to help with a variety of treatment strategies.
Inlays and Onlays
For teeth that are damaged beyond repair with a simple dental filling but not yet compromised to the point of needing a full dental crown, an inlay or onlay could be the perfect treatment option.
If your dental implant’s crown has been chipped, cracked, or stained, or if it feels loose, we can repair or replace it.
Dental bridges are designed to replace one or more teeth using a variety of methods to “bridge the gap.”
Dentures (Full and Partial)
The most traditional option for replacing all or several missing teeth is a custom-designed and personally fitted full or partial denture.
Implant-supported dentures offer the same tooth-replacement benefits as a traditional denture but with the secure support of natural-feeling dental implants.
All-on-4 offers the same teeth-replacement benefits of dentures but with the secure feel of natural teeth.