Revive Your Smile and Oral Health with Restorative Dentistry

When teeth become damaged it is essential to treat them before your oral health becomes compromised. Restorative dentistry is the term dentists use to describe fillings, caps or crowns, implants, and bridges. These are all effective treatments to fix or replace damaged teeth. The goal is to restore your natural smile and prevent oral health issues in the future.

Fillings & Crowns

Untreated dental plaque causes cavities. A tooth filling is used to treat minor damage caused by tooth decay. The decayed tooth matter is removed and the tooth is filled with a composite resin  that resembles the color of your natural teeth.

If the cavity is large enough, removing all the decayed matter may threaten the tooth’s structural integrity. It’s then that a crown may be the preferred solution.

With a dental crown, much of the tooth enamel must be removed. Using an adhesive the new crown will cover the visible part of the tooth above the gum line, and the strength of the tooth will be restored. A crown can match the color of the surrounding teeth.



Dental Bridges

Dental tooth bridges are used to replace missing teeth. Using at least three crowns, we span the space of the missing tooth by placing crowns over the healthy teeth on either side of the gap to support an unanchored crown. With custom bridgework like this, it is almost impossible to tell the fixed bridge apart from the real teeth next to it.

Dental Implants

Dental tooth implants are commonly used to replace missing teeth and improve chewing efficiency. They can boost your confidence and enhance your overall health. It is the healthiest and most satisfying way of replacing missing teeth. The implanted teeth don’t affect your speech or the way you eat. Your jawbone remains healthy and your facial structure won’t be impaired.


Dentures are removable appliances used to replace missing teeth when some or all of your natural teeth have been lost because of injury, tooth decay, or gum disease. Both your appearance and health can benefit from replacing the missing teeth.