Restorative Dental Care

Restorative dentistry involves the diagnosis, treatment, and management of oral diseases. Our dental practice offers several treatment plans to restore teeth that may be decayed, discolored, cracked, or missing. We provide quality care and cater to your specific needs so that you can get your healthiest smile back.

Fillings  A dental filling is a material used to repair the function, aesthetics and integrity of missing or decayed tooth structures. Offering various material options, we will consult with you on the most appropriate material to use for your filling, depending on desired look and longevity.

Bridges — If you have a space from a missing tooth (or teeth), a bridge can be custom-made to fill in the space with a false (but natural-looking) tooth, one of the most common types of prosthesis. The prosthesis is attached to the two other teeth on either side of the space – thus bridging them together. We can consult on the most appropriate way to bridge any open spaces affecting your smile.

Crowns — A custom fabricated tooth-shaped ‘cover’ that is placed over a tooth is called a crown. It’s used to restore a tooth’s shape and size, strength, and also to improve its appearance. Crowns are generally recommended if the tooth is weak due to a large filling, decay or fracture. Preparing and placing a crown is a multiple-step process. We will help guide you through answering any questions you might have along the way to give you all the information you need before the procedure.

Dentures — There are many types of dentures. Dentures can be used in both full and partial sets. We will work with you to determine the best solution for your smile, creating the perfect fit for comfort, look and functionality.

Dental implants — Dental implants can be used to replace one or more missing teeth without affecting bordering teeth. We will create and restore the implant so it is both natural-looking and comfortable to give you your smile back.

Root canal — If the nerve of a tooth has become infected, the customary course of action is to perform a root canal. Our dentists are professionally trained and experienced in this procedure, and can offer recommendations on how to gently perform treatment and restore the tooth afterward.

Extractions — If it is determined (as a final course of action) that a tooth needs to be removed, we will perform the extraction and educate you on how to care for the area. We will help you understand the options you have to fill the remaining space, with a goal to always keep you happy with your smile.

Pain Relief Mouthguards  If you have ever experienced the discomfort of Temporo Mandibular Joint disorder, or TMJ, you know how it can affect your life. Let us talk to you about a mouthguard solution that can help relieve the pain, and help you feel better so that TMJ does not become a greater issue.

Sports Mouthguards  Properly diagnosed, designed, and custom-fabricated mouthguards are essential in the prevention of athletic oral and facial injuries. Many studies show reduced risks of injuries in players wearing a protective mouthguard in virtually any sport.

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