Restorative dentistry is available for people who want to repair the appearance and health of their smiles. Restorative dental procedures can restore the natural beauty of your smile through a variety of restoration and repair solutions.
At Pearl Dental Associates, we provide a comprehensive variety of general dentistry and restorative services. These procedures, which include fillings, crowns, root canals, gum care, and much more, help maintain your oral health.
Most people are familiar with general dentistry as a general cleaning and aesthetic dentistry as a technique to get a flawless smile, but most are unfamiliar with restorative dentistry.
Restorative dentistry is not the same as cosmetic dentistry and it’s actually used before employing aesthetic procedures. However, the lines between the two types of dentistry can become a bit blurred.
What Exactly is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry refers to everything your dentist does to keep your mouth healthy and completely functional. This includes a variety of operations, such as dental fillings, dental implants, dentures, or crowns.
No specialist is required to execute any of the procedures related to restorative dentistry; it is more of a preventative and remedial method that a general dentist may perform to keep your mouth and teeth as healthy as possible.
We wish to deliver restorative therapy that will enhance your overall health and quality of life, regardless of your dental condition. Our restorative treatments include the following.
Dental Crowns and Bridges
Dental crowns can be used to protect and repair a cracked or fractured tooth. Crowns, often known as caps, can help these teeth regain structure and strength. Dental bridges provide a prosthetic tooth supported by dental crowns to provide a full, functional smile for our patients who are missing teeth.
To entirely replace missing teeth, a dental implant consists of a titanium post that serves as the new tooth root and a tooth-colored crown linked to the post to restore strength and stability. Because dental implants are more stable and useful than other replacement choices, they are the most preferred option for replacing missing teeth.
We can supply full or partial dentures to replace your lost teeth, depending on your specific situation. Our dentures are comfortable and natural-looking, restoring both functionality and the aesthetics of your smile. There are various reasons why you might select dentures over other solutions, and we'll make sure that your dentures fit comfortably and work properly.
If there are multiple issues with your smile that need to be addressed, you may need more than one restorative or cosmetic operation to achieve your desired results. We will build a full-mouth treatment plan for you with full mouth reconstruction to give you the smile of your dreams. We're here to give you the beautiful smile you've always wanted.
Dentures come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The implant-supported structure is a common choice. Rather than using standard adhesives, multiple strategically placed dental implants are used to fix them.
We can restore complete function to your mouth as well as a beautiful smile with these restorative treatments. We make sure that your smile is full and beautiful so that your whole health benefits by using our integrative dental approach to treatment. Let us use restorative dentistry to help you enhance your overall health!
If a tooth becomes so seriously decayed that a filling isn't enough to save it, you may need a root canal. This helps remove decay from the root of your impacted tooth, resulting in the relief of unpleasant toothaches and the restoration of your dental health.
After the treatment is completed, your dentist fills the empty root canal with a rubber substance called gutta-percha. They then place an onlay or inlay on the tooth before crowning it to restore its appearance and strength.
Extractions are only used as a last option in our dental office. We always try to save at least a portion of your damaged tooth with other surgeries like root canals, fillings, and crowns.
If your tooth is too damaged to save, you may need to have it extracted. Other restorative dentistry methods, such as bridges and implants, can then be used to close the gap in your smile, so you don't feel self-conscious.
If you have any questions concerning restorative or cosmetic dentistry, please contact us today. We'll be happy to answer all your questions and book an appointment for you.