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Restorative Treatment

Restorative dentistry includes any procedure a dentist uses to repair or restore your tooth or teeth. It can include cosmetic dentistry, too.

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Restorative Treatment

Restorative dentistry focuses on getting you back to functioning and looking your best. Our main focus is to have you eating, talking, and most importantly smiling again.

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What Are Fillings?

There are many situations that can lead you to need a filling. If a small part of your tooth is lost, chipped, broken, or even decayed, a filling can be the solution. 

When you need a filling, the dentist will first numb the area. Then they scoop out all the decay, disinfect the area, and remove any bacteria.

Next comes the tooth-colored filling material. The dentist then sculpts that material to look just like your original tooth.

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Dental Crowns

A dental crown is also called a cap. Our office uses a material called zirconia. Zirconia is the strongest ceramic material on earth and is 10x stronger than your natural enamel.

Crowns can help strengthen a tooth to help it withstand chewing forces. They can also be used to hold together what is left of the natural tooth if a cavity is too big. In some instances when there isn’t enough tooth structure left to support the crown, a build-up has to be done. This build up gives the tooth enough material for the crown to sit on.

We can customize crowns to look just like your natural teeth. Some people use them for cosmetic purposes. Because the material never changes color, these patients never have to whiten their teeth.

Crowns are custom made to fit each tooth so there are always at least 2 visits involved when getting them.

A before and after picture of a patient with and without dental crowns


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What Is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge can replace a missing tooth or teeth. One of the most common bridges uses the teeth directly before and after the missing tooth/teeth to hold the replacement in place. This is a very appropriate treatment if there is already existing decay or issues with those supporting teeth.

A picture of a dental bridge
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