Our Featured Services

Millions of Americans experience tooth loss—mostly due to tooth decay, gum disease or injury. Until recently, the only treatment options available for people with missing teeth were bridges and dentures. Now, however, immediate dental implants are a viable, affordable option for many and anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery should consider dental implants. Learn More >
Tooth removal is performed for a wide variety of reasons, but mostly because they have become un-restorable due to decay, disease or trauma. Sometimes wisdom teeth are extracted if they become impacted (stuck and unable to grow normally). And, sometimes a perfectly healthy tooth is extracted if your teeth are crowded and space is needed for orthodontic procedures so the rest of the teeth can be straightened. 
As a prosthodontist, Dr. Ryan has advanced training with dentures, and her patients benefit from her decade of denture experience. She uses only the finest materials and selects artificial teeth from only the best manufacturers in the world. Her attention to detail ensures that you will have the most comfortable fit, functional performance and an attractive smile. Learn More >
Sedation dentistry is often used during procedures that require an extensive amount of time in the treatment chair or with patients (including children) who have difficulty controlling their movements. At Parkway Prosthodontics, we offer two sedation options to ensure their patients feel nothing but comfort throughout their visit: Nitrous Oxide Sedation. Learn More >
Individuals who want to get rid of their dentures or those with failing teeth in need of a full upper and/or lower restoration may find that the All-on-4® or Teeth-in-a-Day surgical and prosthetic medical procedures are right for them. As the name implies, All-on-4® requires only four dental implants per jaw to support a fully customized set of replacement teeth. Learn More >
While individuals with missing teeth know that it can adversely affect their smile, it is also important to correct the physical and dental health issues associated with missing teeth.  Missing teeth can change a person’s bite (occlusion), shift their remaining teeth, cause speech impediments or TMJ. Learn More >
Do you find yourself refraining to smile? When a friend makes you laugh, do you try not to show your teeth? When someone pulls out a camera, do make sure your lips are closed and your teeth aren’t showing? If this sounds familiar, a smile makeover may be just what you need to show off your smile (and your teeth) again. Learn More >
At Parkway Prosthodontics, we use technology to increase our patient’s satisfaction and improve our ability to expedite the procedures needed to show off a beautiful smile. We’re excited to offer Biolase’s WaterLase iPlus laser technology that represents the very finest in patient comfort and clinical excellence for today’s dental practices. The Waterlase iPlus delivers an unparalleled experience for our patients by making their appointments more efficient and producing better results. When we have technically superior and ergonomically designed tools that allow us to work faster and eliminate the need to administer anesthetic in most restorative cases, we’re able to please more of our patients than ever before. Learn More >

There are many ways to whiten your teeth, including toothpastes, over-the-counter gels, rinses, strips, and trays. However, to get the best and fastest results, make an appointment to see your dentist. The whitening products used by dentists and other dental professionals are the safest and most sure way to see immediate results. Some procedures are done in office and some are at home; make an appointment today to see which type of teeth whitening is best for you!

Tray-Based Tooth Whiteners

Tray-based tooth whiteners are custom made trays, similar to a mouth-guard, that are made at your dentist’s office. The trays are filled with a whitening solution, which generally contains a peroxide-bleaching agent. The trays are usually worn for a couple of hours a day to every night for up to four weeks. Treatment length depends on the degree of discoloration of the teeth and the desired level of whitening. The whitening procedure can be done at home and requires no additional appointments or procedures.

In-Office Whitening

In-office whitening offers the fastest way to whiten teeth. In-office whitening requires at least one visit to the dentists’ office to have the procedure performed; multiple visits may be required to reach the desired results. Each visit usually lasts 30-60 minutes. During the procedure, the whitening agent is applied directly to the teeth. Usually, the whitening agent is used in combination with a special light or laser which speeds up the whitening process. Dramatic results are often seen right away!

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder in which a person’s breathing is interrupted while asleep. People with undiagnosed sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly while asleep, sometimes hundreds of times. This is a dangerous sleep disorder because it means that the body and the brain may not get enough oxygen.

Is Sleep Apnea Dangerous?

Sleep apnea is considered a serious medical problem. If left untreated, it can lead to high blood pressure and an increased risk for heart failure and stroke. The ongoing state of fatigue caused by sleep apnea may lead to problems at school or work as well as danger when driving or operating heavy machinery. Sleep apnea can also cause complications with medications or surgery.

How is Sleep Apnea Treated?

Treatments for sleep apnea vary depending on the severity of each patient’s case and the type of apnea involved. Basic treatments may simply be behavioral and include losing weight, stopping smoking, or sleeping on the side rather than the back. If basic treatments fail to work, however, oral devices can be used to position the mouth in such a way that it prevents throat blockage. In severe cases, surgery is often the best option.

When you need dental treatment that will rebuild or restore all of the teeth in the upper and lower jaw areas, you will be undergoing full mouth reconstruction. Also known as full mouth restoration or rehabilitation, the procedures and services performed in full mouth reconstruction can span several months and even years. These procedures often involve several dental specialists including periodontists, oral surgeons, orthodontists, endodontists, and general or cosmetic doctors because each specialist can address your very specific and unique needs.

Reasons to Undergo Full Mouth Reconstruction

There are a number of reasons why you might need to undergo full mouth reconstruction, including:

  • Replace missing teeth as a result of tooth decay, injury, trauma, or periodontal disease
  • Replace or restore teeth that have been fractured
  • Replace teeth that have become severely worn down due to long term acid erosion or bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Improve the bite and overall functioning of the teeth and jaw related to any muscle, head, or jaw pain that you may be experiencing

Can't Call Us Now?

Complete the form below and we'll call you back at a more convenient time.