If left untreated, damaged or missing teeth can undercut your oral health and cause a host of dental problems.
At Pioneer Hills Dental, Dr. Terrance Wolbaum offers restorative dentistry to repair your smile.
Find out how our dental practice in Aurora, CO, can boost your oral health for years to come...
"They Welcomed Me Like Family!"
Flawless experience from start to finish! Dr. Wolbaum's practice is clean, professional, transparent, and he and the staff truly care about their patients. They welcomed me in like family! Thank you to Dr. T (Terrence Wolbaum) for taking the time to really get to know me and my specific needs as a patient and for being so empathetic, educational, and genuine as a Doctor and community leader.View On Google
Dr. Wolbaum and the staff of Pioneer Hills Dental are absolutely amazing. From the minute that you walk into the door you are greeted by a friendly staff member. The dental hygienists are friendly, professional, and highly knowledgeable. Dr. Wolbaumv is very thorough in his analysis of your dental health and funny and friendly as well. My family and I always feel at home when coming for our dental appointments. All of the staff is readily available for assistance and their level of communication is unmatched. I highly recommend Pioneer Hills Dental for all of your dental needsView On Google
A Healthy Smile Awaits Request Your Consultation Today
Are you ready to restore your teeth and get back that confident smile? Restorative dentistry can keep your mouth healthy and functioning at its best. We invite you to schedule a consultation to speak to our dentist, Dr. Wolbaum. Together we'll identify which restorative dental procedure is best for your needs.
To get started, fill out our online form and a member of our team will be in touch. You can also call our Aurora office at:
A Dental Practice Designed With You In Mind Why Choose Us?
We understand that dental care can be a significant investment, but it's an investment in your longterm health. We strive to make restorative procedures more affordable by offering CareCredit, a third-party financing company that splits costs into monthly payments.
It can be challenging to find time to visit the dentist for restorative care. Our Aurora office offers early morning and extended hours to accommodate even the busiest of schedules. We encourage you to request a dentistry consultation and we'll find a time that works for you.
Whether you're concerned about missing teeth or addressing decay, we have restorative dentistry procedures to fit every need. We work with you to provide dental implants, crowns, dentures, and even cosmetic dentistry to help you achieve the healthy smile you desire.
Utilizing Advanced Technology for Stunning Results
Our Aurora practice uses digital x-rays to gain a comprehensive view of your teeth, gums, and jaw. This allows us to detect any issues hidden from the naked eye and plan your treatment with the utmost accuracy and precision.
Traditional dental crowns require messy impressions and two appointments. Our CEREC machine uses digital impressions to creates fully customized crowns in less than an hour, giving patients immediate results and convenience.
How a Dental Crown Is Made
"By Far, the Best Experience"
I’ve been to a few other dental places before I found Pioneer Hills Dental and haven’t gone anywhere else since! The staff here truly cares about their patients. They are always thorough in their cleaning and are honest in their recommendations.View On Google
I always hated going to the dentist until I found Pioneer Hills. Dr. Wolbaum and his staff are caring, efficient, and professional. Their oral health services are excellent, and they are compassionate about your health. By far, the best experience!View On Google
Explore Our Restorative Dentistry Procedures
Are you missing teeth and looking for a permanent dentistry solution you can count on? Implants are inserted into the jawbone and act as artificial tooth roots, providing a solid foundation for a crown, denture, or bridge to attach to. Dr. Wolbaum has extensive implant knowledge and expertise and is a member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, one of the most prestigious organizations for implant dentists.
A crown, also referred to as a cap, is used to completely cover a damaged tooth, typically the result of a large cavity or injury. This provides extra strength and reinforcement, allowing the tooth to chew and function like normal. In addition to strengthening the tooth, a crown dramatically improves its shape and appearance and is commonly used in cosmetic dentistry, as well. We offer same-day crowns with our CEREC technology at our Aurora practice.
A root canal is needed when tooth decay or infection reaches the center of the tooth, known as the pulp. This can cause painful symptoms such as a toothache or swelling, but sometimes no symptoms are present. We use digital x-rays to determine if a root canal is needed and use the gentlest techniques to ensure a virtually painless procedure. After a root canal has healed, patients may need a dental crown to strengthen the tooth.
If you're missing one or more consecutive teeth, a dental bridge can fill in the gaps and significantly improve functionality. Our dentist offers implant-supported bridges for patients who want additional support and reassurance without worrying about a dental bridge becoming loose. Implant-supported bridges are typically more comfortable and last longer than traditional bridges.
Our Aurora practice offers three types of dentures: partial, full, or implant-supported. If you're missing one or both arches, we can create a custom-fitted denture that will give you the ability to speak and smile without concern. Implant-supported dentures provide unbeatable stability without having to worry about removing them when you're eating, as with traditional dentures.
In some cases, a cavity may be too large to be restored with a simple filling. Inlays and onlays are typically used on the back teeth to address cracks or decay. They are fitted to a cavity and held in place using a special dental adhesive. Inlays are used on the surface of the tooth, while onlays extend to replace one or both cusps. Our dentist uses restorative materials such as porcelain to mimic the appearance of natural teeth.