Dentist in 48316 | Dentistry - Past, Present, and Future
Dr. Timothy Roney of Timothy Roney D.D.S. & Associates has extensive experience working with both adults and children. We understand that these two groups have different needs and we address them all, providing only the highest quality regular dental hygiene visits, sealants, mouthguards, and patient/parent education.
In just one visit, we can fix years of ignored dental problems for a healthier, more beautiful smile while you relax comfortably under conscious sedation. You never have to fear the dentist again!
Having a great smile can make a huge difference in the way you look and feel. We offer a complete range of cosmetic treatments to create the confident smile you’ve always wanted. We begin with a detailed smile assessment, discussing with you which aspects you like and dislike about your smile. Once our assessment is complete, we will discuss with you treatment options to help your smile look more natural, healthier and youthful.
Dental implants are man-made replacements for natural teeth. The implants themselves are artificial tooth roots anchored in the gum or jawbone on which replacement teeth are permanently secured. Since implanted teeth are fixed in the mouth rather than being removable like dentures, they allow a return to the comfort and function of natural teeth. Increased chewing ability means you can enjoy more nutritious foods, contributing to your overall health and well-being. In short, dental implants improve the quality of your life. They can improve your appearance, boost your self-confidence, and allow you to speak with greater clarity.
We enjoy the challenge of restoring your smile. And thanks to rapid advances in dental technology, there is much more that we can do for our patients these days. Modern ceramic materials combined with the in-depth experience of our clinical team can assure you an effective and long-lasting result. For example, crowns can be used to replace the top part of a tooth when it has become irreparably damaged but the root is still healthy. On occasion, cavities can become too large for an ordinary filling, so we will suggest an alternative — a ceramic onlay or inlay. These are skillfully made in the laboratory to fit the shape of the cavity and the color of the surrounding teeth.