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restorative dentistry

Restorative dental services are concerned with keeping the mouth functioning at its best. The most common issues that can cause trouble in your mouth are cavities, missing, and broken teeth. Our goal is to restore your natural smile and prevent future oral health issues.

Restoration services include:

  • *Fillings* are the most common. Teeth can be filled with gold, silver amalgam, or tooth-colored plastic and glass materials called composite resin fillings.

  • *Crowns* are a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over a tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, appearance, hold a bridge in place, or to cover a dental implant. (Teeth frequently need to be reduced evenly around the tooth so that the crown will perfectly restore the size and shape of the tooth. This is a long process and may involve an impression that is sent to a dental lab, with a temporary filling/crown in the meantime.)

  • *Bridges* are false teeth that are designed to "bridge" the gap created by one or more missing teeth. Bridges can be anchored on either side by crowns and cemented permanently into place.

  • *Implants* are replacement tooth roots. Implants are actually a small post made of metal (usually of titanium or a titanium mixture) that are placed into the bone socket where teeth are missing. The implant may need an attachment called an abutment that will act like a crown preparation. It is then covered with a crown.

  • *Dentures* are a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They are made of acrylic resin, sometimes combined with metal attachments. Complete dentures replace all the teeth. Partial dentures are considered when some natural teeth remain and are retained by metal clasps attached to the natural teeth.


Dental Implants

There are a number of different tooth replacement solutions available, but by far the most popular is dental implants. We are delighted to be able to offer our patients dental implants to restore their smiles.

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By the time we reach 50 years of age, most of us will have lost at least several of our natural teeth, and we may have needed considerable dental work to maintain the others. Despite our best efforts to take care of our teeth for as long as possible, they don’t last forever and it’s actually fairly rare to make it to middle age with a full and complete smile. Tooth loss may be common, but this doesn’t lessen the impact that it has on our lives.

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Dental Bridges and Bridges

Dental bridges are a very popular restorative dentistry solution that can be used to replace multiple teeth that are missing or require extraction. This could be because of severe decay or gum disease, or due to damage sustained by trauma such as a blow to the mouth. Problems with your teeth? Depending on the nature of the issue you are experiencing, one of the treatment options you may be given is to get a crown. Dental crowns are bespoke, tooth-shaped covers that sit over the top of teeth to restore their strength and functionality, as well as their appearance.

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Bone Grafting

Dental bone grafting is a procedure that is used to increase the amount of bone in the jaw. This bone may have deteriorated or been lost as a result of trauma, tooth extraction, or a tooth falling out due to decay or disease.

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Dental Bonding

​​​​​​​Dental bonding, which is also known as composite bonding, is a very simple and effective cosmetic procedure that can cover any imperfections in the way that your teeth look and restore your confidence in your smile.

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Dental Fillings

Teeth fillings are the most common type of dental restorations, with millions being placed every single year. Fillings are used to treat areas of dental decay, in which plaque that is allowed to form on the teeth releases acids that eat away at the enamel, causing irreversible damage to the tooth. While the tooth will not be able to repair itself, it is possible to treat the decay and prevent any further damage to the tooth. A filling is the easiest and often the most effective treatment to do this.

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Scaling and Root Planing


Scaling and root planing are non-surgical procedures for deep cleaning the gum tissues. They are treatments that dentists use to remove plaque, tartar, and calculus, which is calcified plaque, from under the gumline. They are the standard procedures that stop the progression of gum disease. Scaling refers to the removal of built-up calculus. On the other hand, root planing is the process of smoothening the roots of your teeth to prevent the re-accumulation of plaque and tartar.

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