Smiles at Warren Parkway’s restorative dental procedures can help support and maintain a healthy smile.

Metal Free Cosmetic Fillings

Our office offers white composite fillings. Fillings provide durability, and allow for less tooth removal to prepare the tooth.

Porcelain Crowns

Dental crowns, also called caps, fit over worn or damaged teeth. They can also serve a cosmetic purpose, restoring a discolored tooth to its former hue.

Zirconia Crowns

A zirconia crown is a popular type of all-ceramic crown which is worn to improve the appearance of a tooth which has become stained or disfigured over the years. They are durable, easy to wear and long lasting.


A denture is a removable dental appliance replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They are made to closely resemble your natural teeth and may even enhance your smile.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is needed when a cavity is allowed, through neglect, to reach all the way to the pulp.

Fixed Bridges

Similar to other bridges, dental bridges span a gap — specifically, a gap in the mouth caused by the loss of one or more teeth.


When teeth are structurally compromised by tooth decay, fractures or large and defective fillings, they may require crowns to restore them to adequate anatomy, aesthetics and function. Crowns can be fabricated for primary teeth in the case of a bridge. Crowns can also be used cosmetically to enhance the aesthetics of discolored or misaligned teeth as well as restore implant prostheses.

At Smiles at Warren Parkway, our doctors employ the use of high quality dental laboratories that fabricate highly aesthetic, superior performing prostheses as a result of their commitment to using the latest in dental materials and technology. From the durability of the BruxZir crowns to the highly polished and aesthetic Emax veneers, Dr. Juma and Dr. Ighani will work with you to design and choose the smile that you desire and deserve!


For patients who are missing all or some teeth in an arch, dentures can provide an option to replace the missing teeth. The denture can be a “complete denture,” meaning that it replaces teeth missing from an entire arch (upper or lower jaw), a “partial denture” meaning that it replaces teeth in a situation where only some of the teeth are missing or an implant supported/retained denture meaning that the denture is improved by dental implants for added stability and increased function.