What is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative Dentistry is the management of oral health issues with the goal of returning the teeth to full functionality. Restorative dentistry can also improve the aesthetic qualities of your smile caused by damage to your teeth. It involves fixing or replacing broken teeth, which can lead to issues with eating and can make you feel negatively about your appearance. With restorative dental treatment, your smile can be returned to its full functionality, helping you feel better about how your teeth look.
Why is Restorative Dentistry Needed?
Restorative dentistry is needed when you have a broken or missing tooth. When a tooth is broken or missing, it can affect your oral health by leaving spots vulnerable to cavities and decay. Additionally, leaving gaps where a tooth is missing can cause surrounding teeth to shift, affecting your bite and ability to chew. By repairing or replacing broken and missing teeth, your smile can be returned to its normal functionality and appearance.
What does Restorative Dentistry involve?
Restorative dentistry involves returning your teeth to their normal aesthetic and functionality, improving your oral health and confidence. We will work with you to make sure that your restoration fits your individual needs and budget, ensuring you leave with a smile you can be proud of. Some of the common restorative dentistry procedures include:
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Bridges
- Full and Partial Dentures
- Dental Implants
What can you expect with Restorative Dentistry?
To begin your restorative dental treatment, we will have you come in for a consultation to create a treatment plan that will fit your individual needs. Once we have decided what procedures you need, we will schedule an appointment for you to come in for your treatment. Since there are many different restorative options, your treatment will be uniquely designed to fix your oral issues. Once your treatment is complete, you will leave our office with a beautiful and fully functional smile.
If you have a broken or missing tooth, and are need of restorative dentistry treatment, call us today and we can schedule you to come in for a consultation.