Restorative Dental Care
Restorative dentistry” is the term dental professionals use to explain how they replace missing or damaged teeth. Include Fillings, crowns (caps) bridges.
Restorative dentistry deals with the restoration of teeth that have been damaged due to various reasons such as accidents, infection or age. Restorative procedures typically involve more treatment steps to complete the restoration and return teeth to their original form and function. Restorative procedures are becoming very common as more people are opting for them due to their effectiveness.
Hygiene, genetics, natural wear and tear — there are many reasons why teeth can become damaged and unhealthy. Even people who brush and floss regularly sometimes require intervention to restore the health of their teeth. And healthy teeth are beautiful teeth.
At Restorative Dentistryl, we offer dental implants, TMJ therapy, dentures, and many more incredible restorative dentistry procedures to repair, replace, and revamp your teeth. Schedule a consultation with our Restorative Dentists right now, or learn more about our restorative treatments below.
A dental implant is a small titanium cylinder or post that is gently attached into the bone of your jaw to act like the root of a tooth supporting a crown, bridge or perhaps a special custom-made denture. Dental implants replace missing tooth roots and form a stable foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel and function like your natural teeth.
Whether you have a single missing tooth, a gap in your smile, or no teeth left at all, an implant-based treatment can provide a long term solution to allow you to eat and smile without a care.
The temporomandibular joint is where your jaw meets your skull.
It is the point at which the lower jawbone joins the side and base of the skull.
TMJ problem, often known as malocclusion, is a condition characterized by a misaligned or injured jaw.
TMJ dysfunction causes symptoms such as chronic headaches, jaw pains, ear aches, and neck pain in many of our biting problem patients.
Stress can trigger TMJ pain, which is caused by chronic clenching, grinding, and overuse of the mouth muscles. Make an appointment today.
Dentures are a tried-and-true technique for replacing teeth when a patient has substantial tooth loss, injury, or decay and multiple extractions are required.
Dentures assist many of our patients to reestablish natural facial expressions and a confident smile by filling in facial structure lost due to significant gaps and holes in the gum line.
Dentures are one of our most specialized and sought-after treatments in our facilities.
Depending on the demands of our patients, we offer precision-attached, metal-free full or partial dentures.
Dental bridges are a fantastic alternative for restoring a balanced smile and enhancing the health of your mouth when only one or a few teeth need to be replaced.
A dental bridge connects a fake tooth (sometimes called a “pontic”) to two healthy teeth on either side of the gap.
To achieve the most fluid, natural appearance, the healthy teeth are topped with durable porcelain composite.
When there are no teeth on either side of the gap, a cantilever bridge is used to support the pontic.
Make an appointment with one of our experts today.
Inlays and Onlays
Indirect fillings are divided into two categories: inlays and onlays.
They are particularly successful at enhancing tooth structure while retaining the natural appearance of your smile when used to address big areas of decay or damage.
Our office can quickly repair your tooth and relieve your discomfort using tooth-colored composite resin instead of a visible metal filling.
Same-day Dental Emergencies
Every year, millions of Americans suffer from agonizing oral pain as a result of dental emergency.
We want our patients to feel better as soon as possible, which is why we offer same-day emergency dental treatment for a variety of tooth issues and accidents.
The following are only a few examples of dental emergencies:
• Chipped or lost dentures • Loose or missing crown • Severe toothache • Gum irritation, burning, or bleeding • Broken bridge • Continued bleeding after an extraction
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