Information About Restoration Dentistry Services

If despite all preventative measures, a cavity develops, it needs to be treated in some manner. The good news is that through public health measures, such as water fluoridation, improved hygiene and frequent dental treatment, your risk for decay has been significantly reduced; in fact, almost half of all children in the United States between the ages of 5 and 17 are now free of tooth decay! However, if a cavity occurs, the tooth will need to be restored. A restoration or filling replaces lost or infected tooth structure. Fillings can be used when enough healthy and sound tooth structure remains to support the restoration. Should your teeth ever require a restoration, you can count on our educated staff of dentists and dental hygienists to discuss the options with you and recommend the most comfortable, least invasive, and potentially successful restoration.

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Tooth-colored fillings are made out of a composite resin that fills in cavities and blends in with a patient's natural teeth for a smooth look.

Dental crowns are created out of a resin material and cover the tooth, restoring it to its original shape and size for a natural appearance.

Dental bridges are used to fill in the space of a missing tooth and are typically made out of ceramic that matches the rest of the patient's teeth.

Root canal therapy is performed when decay or damage of a tooth reaches the nerve that, if left untreated, can result in damage to surrounding teeth.

Dental implants are inserted into the jaw in order to replace tooth roots so dentures can be inserted for a restored mouth and beautiful smile.

Dentures are removable dental appliances that replace missing teeth and allow a patient to properly eat, speak, and smile confidently.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.