Restorative Dentistry

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Enhancing Your Smile & Your Confidence

If you feel that your smile could use some refining, you can trust the dentists at Gilling Dental to deliver restorative dentistry treatments that will renew your self-esteem. As the premier dental office serving Marion, WI, our practice welcomes patients from Shawano and Waupaca to receive the best dental care in the area!
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Dental crowns Marion, WI

Full Coverage Crowns

Porcelain crowns are one of the most common methods for restoring a tooth with decay or injury. There’s a difference between porcelain fused to metal and zirconia, but both offer their own benefits depending on the situation.

All Porcelain Crowns

All porcelain crowns are an excellent option for front teeth. All porcelain Crowns can wear down opposing teeth slightly more than metal or resin ones, but all zirconia crowns compare favorably in strength and offer metal-free alternatives with no risk of discoloration over time.

Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns

We also offer porcelain fused to metal crowns. These durable and long lasting dental prosthesis provide a consistent look that can’t be beat by any other type of removable replacement tooth in the industry! The only downside is their increased risk compared with resin or implant-retained dentures because they’re more delicate.

Full Cast Metal Crowns

Full cast metal crowns are another option for those who want strong teeth without the risk of chipping or breaking. These durable, gold-colored dentures can withstand years worth of wear and tear on your front tooth enamel.

Resin Based Crowns

Resin is an economical and practical choice but tends to wear down faster than other more expensive tooth restorations like gold or porcelain.
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Dental Implants

An implant is an excellent option to restore missing teeth and can be used to replace a single tooth or the entire dentition. A widespread occurrence is when a single tooth is lost. At the time of extraction, it is recommended that a bone graft be done.

At this point, an implant can be immediately placed and allowed to integrate, or the site can be allowed to heal, and then the implant can be placed surgically within that healed dental ridge. Both options must consider the amount of bone present to successfully identify the appropriately sized implant and then decide if additional healing time would benefit the overall success of the implant. If the implant meets primary stability values, the standard is to place a custom tissue former and allow the implant to integrate into the bone for approximately three months.

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More About Dental Implants

Suppose the stability standards or bone amounts or quality are less than ideal. In that case, the implant will be sutured over and allowed to “sleep” or integrate into the bone without opening the oral cavity. This minimizes external forces or bacteria from creating issues with the implant’s bone integration and overall success. Additional time for healing may be appropriate in these less-than-ideal situations.

Once the implant has been integrated, and it is determined that the implant is completely stable, an impression will be taken to fabricate a custom abutment, which is the attachment portion to the implant above the gingival tissue, and a crown, which is either screwed down to the abutment and implant or cemented onto the abutment. Similar processes occur with multiple implants. However, these processes vary significantly as more implants are involved in the overall treatment.

Orthodontics in Marion, WI


When you need a trusted community orthodontist, you can turn to Gilling Dental for quality patient care. With over 40 years of experience in the field, we’re here to meet your needs with a comprehensive approach.

Orthodontic treatment can help correct your bite and provide you with a beautiful smile! The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children receive an orthodontic screening at 7-years-old, but it’s not too late for adults to achieve their perfect teeth. We offer traditional orthodontics (metal braces) as well as Clear Correct aligners for both kids and adults.

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Root Canals

Root canal therapy is a procedure in which infected pulp in a tooth is removed and then sealed. If you notice any of the following symptoms, it may be time to get your teeth checked: sensitivity to hot or cold foods or liquids, pain in the tooth area after eating something sweet like ice cream that could indicate an infected nerve.

During a root canal procedure, we’ll clean out the infected pulp and disinfect the canals of your tooth. Once this area has been cleaned to prevent any future infections from occurring, it will be filled with special material for healing purposes designed to restore function.

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Dentures & Partials

A denture is a removable dental appliance replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They are made to closely resemble your natural teeth, enhancing your smile to make it even more radiant! There are two types of dentures — complete or partial — both replace lost tooth structure by filling in gaps left behind from when some of our natural teeth have fallen out.
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Porcelain & Composite Veneers

Veneers are custom-made shells that can improve the appearance and strength of your teeth by covering stains, changing shape or length of a single tooth, as well as change placement. The porcelain veneer option is offered for those who want to hide stain issues. While composite veneers provide a more natural looking smile without any adhesive.
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Bridges are a great way to fix teeth that have lost their original function due to injury, decay, and gum disease. The bridge is mounted on the two adjacent natural tooth surfaces, making it possible to blend in perfectly with your other teeth seamlessly.
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Gilling Dental
725 W Ramsdell St
Marion, WI 54950