Your smile is a form of expression to show the world when you experience moments of happiness and joy. You should feel comfortable smiling when these occasions arise. Whether you need crowns, bridgework, fillings, or a full mouth restoration, our restorative dentistry services can offer a priceless smile worth achieving.
When it comes to restorative dentistry, there are a number of dental procedures available to meet your needs. Dental crown and bridgework can replace teeth that are too decayed to last. Crowns provide additional support to teeth with partial decay, and bridges are a complete replacement. For teeth less damaged but still in trouble, esthetic fillings are important to implement to prevent further decay.
For those with more extensive tooth decay, cosmetic dentures or dental implants provide a way for you to show the world a toothy grin even though some of all the natural teeth have been replaced. Those with healthy gums may prefer to choose the implants as they last for decades and are a very natural-looking form of restorative dentistry.
Restorative dentists have few options when it comes to tooth reconstruction. The direct method involves placing a filling in the tooth immediately, and this can be done during a single office visit. The indirect method of this type of restorative dentistry involves creating a replacement for the tooth, and it takes longer as the crowns, onlays, or inlays must be produced in a lab.
In restorative dentistry, sometimes extreme measures are necessary in order to get a smile back intact. Full mouth restoration is an extensive process, and it involves a well-examined restorative dentistry plan which will result in a set of teeth individually designed and created for the comfort and proper functionality.
Through the course of restorative dentistry, sometimes it is necessary to implement Oral Surgery with restorative dental procedures including placing implants, removing or reshaping bone or gums, or different types of grafting. In some cases, unequal jaw growth or damage from previous dental disease may leave the mouth with unusual shapes, causing difficulties in eating and speaking. This may also prevent eligibility to some forms of dental restoration. Oral surgery may sometimes be the only course of action. During a restorative dental consultation, the dentist will provide more information about the right procedure and will know if oral surgery is needed or not.