Restorative Dentistry

 

While the incidence of tooth decay among U.S. adults has diminished significantly over the past several decades due to an increase in awareness of the importance of preventive care and the use of fluorides, teeth remain susceptible to infection, decay, and infection. This means that there are times that you may need restorative dentistry services to bring your teeth and mouth back to great shape.

Using modern technology and vastly improved techniques, Commonwealth Dentistry is able to offer a full range of restorative dentistry services to bring your teeth back to normal function, shape, and appearance. There are often different treatment options available, and we’ll always work with you to determine the best course of action.

With the exciting new advancements in dental technology and treatments, we are able to preserve natural teeth or replace them in very lifelike ways. There is no need to let dental issues such as chipped, decayed, cracked, or broken teeth go untreated. Ignoring the problem will not only cause you potential pain in the near term but can also cause even more serious trouble down the road.

What are some reasons I’d want restorative dentistry?

When you come in for your regular exams, we’ll always take some time to talk about the current condition of your oral health and discuss some options that may make you more comfortable and at the same time help you get to your perfect smile.

Common reasons to pursue restorative dentistry services include:

  • Filling in unattractive spaces between your teeth
  • Preventing the loss of teeth
  • Relieving dental pain
  • Correcting or improving an improper bite
  • Repairing decayed and damaged teeth
  • Replacing missing teeth
  • Replacing unattractive, broken, and otherwise old dental treatments
  • Restoring normal chewing and eating
  • Enhancing your smile and overall appearance

There may be other problems that have been developing over the years that are causing you pain and stress. Let’s get those taken care of! There’s no need to suffer unnecessarily.

You want to look your best, and we are committed to giving your teeth the attention they need, helping you achieve your best smile for years to come.

How does restorative dentistry work?

The overarching goal of restorative dentistry is to preserve the structure of your healthy teeth, and repair when necessary for health and function. We work hard to make sure that your damaged teeth are repaired while restoring their strength and integrity.

Give us a call today to discuss your needs. We’ll schedule an appointment to give you a thorough examination. We’ll discuss with you any found issues, and work closely with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your needs and budget.

We look forward to seeing your smiling face in our offices soon!