Restorative dentistry refers to the procedures available to fix a broken or diseased tooth. They include but are not limited to: fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, partials, dentures, root canals, and veneers. With modern technology and procedures most teeth today can be fixed as long as the individual has not neglected to see a dentist for too long.

What services do we offer?

Fillings: Fillings are most common for fixing issues such as cavities and small cracks in teeth.

Crowns: Crowns are used when a larger portion of the tooth is damaged.

Implants: Implant crowns are the number one solution for missing teeth and have a very high success rate.

Bridges: When an implant is not an option, then a bridge is used to replace a missing tooth.

Root Canals: Root canals cleans and disinfect the inside of a tooth when it becomes infected. Antibiotics will not cure an infected tooth.

Partial Dentures: Partial dentures snap onto healthy remaining teeth to replace multiple missing teeth.

Dentures: Dentures can be implant-supported or tissue-supported and are used when a patient has no remaining healthy teeth.

Benefits of Restorative Dentistry

Function: Our teeth are the main tool we have for chewing food. Teeth also aid in the proper pronunciation of words when we speak.  Restorative dentistry can help you keep a mild to a moderately damaged tooth for a lifetime.

Prevent Extraction: Without restorative dentistry, damaged teeth would eventually have to be pulled out. These procedures allow us to save teeth and prevent a dreaded extraction.

Prevent Food Packing: When teeth break or cavities cause holes, food begins to pack. This can cause discomfort and bone loss to occur.

Improved Appearance: Teeth with cavities and holes can become discolored and cause you to be embarrassed to smile. Your smile is one of the first attributes people see, so make it a good one.