What Is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry focuses on restoring your smile to perfection. We use a wide variety of techniques and procedures to fill in missing teeth, cavities, and other unwanted blemishes in your teeth. Restore your aesthetics and gain your confidence back with our services. All our restorative services ensure we restore your mouth to optimum oral health. Call us today to schedule your restorative dentistry procedure and take control of your life.
Dental Implant Restoration
Dental implants are the tried and true best way to replace missing teeth. They look and feel like your natural teeth, and will restore your bite, smile, and speaking abilities. These permanent structures are the perfect way to correct even the most troubled smiles. Due to their structural integrity, dental implants are installed via an implanted root into your jaw. This guarantees a strong and long-lasting restoration.
Dental crowns, as their name suggests, go on over your existing teeth to restore them to their standard shape and size. It also improves the appearance of the affected tooth by being straighter and whiter. If your tooth is broken beyond repair via filling, we will suggest a crown for restoration.
Inlays and Onlays
We use dental inlays and onlays as a replacement for traditional fillings. They go in or on your teeth to fill in small cracks or other structural loss in your tooth due to decay. They are virtually invisible to the naked eye and are a powerful technique for repairing decayed teeth. We can even use them to repair previously installed fillings that have become discolored or damaged.
Dentures, Partials, and Bridges
Dentures are a removable replacement for your natural teeth when you’ve lost them, giving you back your bite and appearance. When one or more of your teeth have been lost, partial dentures fill the gap with artificial teeth on a base that attaches to the adjacent natural teeth. For a permanent replacement for one or more teeth, a dental bridge uses crowns bonded to the neighboring teeth to hold one or more artificial teeth in the vacant space over the gums.
If you’re experiencing pain near your ears, in your cheek muscles or in your jaw area that interferes with biting or chewing, you may be suffering from Temporomandibular Disorder. TMD treatment can help alleviate your discomfort. Treatments may range from orthodontics to dental restorations, such as bridgework, and minor procedures involving cortisone injections to your temporomandibular joint.
Visit Us to Restore Your Dental Health
Let our dental team help you regain your oral health and appearance with restorative treatment for cracks, decay, or other damage to your teeth. When you need a complete smile again, give us a call and schedule an appointment. Reach out to our office by calling 262-782-1655 at your earliest convenience!