Restorative Dentistry Rundown

toothbandageWhile you may be surprised that those little teeth of yours can get themselves into so much trouble, it’s true. There’s a wide variety of potential damage that may occur, which will send you straight to our practice in need of help. The good news is, you can often avoid the need for restorative dentistry services to repair your teeth by practicing excellent preventive dentistry. However, when those occasional issues crop up, we are ready to fix your smile damage and return you to good oral health. Learn more about treatment options, so you have a clearer understanding of our comprehensive approach to protecting your smile.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

A tooth-colored filling is a dental filling that yields both restorative and cosmetic results. In addition to removing decayed tissue and restoring the structure and health of your tooth, it will blend with tooth tissue for a smile that looks un-touched by decay.

Dental Crowns

A crown is an artificial tooth that is hollow within. We will craft your crown to blend with the dimensions and color of surrounding teeth. Crowns provide full coverage to restore structure, function, and beauty.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is a restorative dentistry treatment that replaces missing teeth in the following configurations with a fixed device: A single tooth, two teeth side-by-side, or three teeth side-by-side.

Full and Partial Dentures

Patients looking for removable dental prosthetics may consider dentures. Lightweight and beautiful, they will replace your missing teeth in any pattern of tooth loss, from one tooth to multiple teeth or complete tooth loss.

Root Canal Therapy

Our restorative dentistry treatment that addresses tooth infections is called root canal therapy. We will remove the infection, restore the structure of your tooth, and protect it from future bacterial invasion.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a titanium post that we will place surgically into your jawbone. The post will support a dental crown, thereby replacing your entire missing tooth.