What is Restorative Dentistry?
We can help you gain the confidence that comes with replacing damaged or missing teeth using restorative dentistry. At Smile Craft, our patients are able to have options that will best suit you. With restorative dentistry procedures, we provide aesthetic crowns and bridges, aesthetic and natural color dental fillings, tooth extractions, wisdom(s) teeth removal, and other options for missing teeth.
Although dental restoration procedures can vary significantly depending on the individual circumstance, our primary goal is to bring your teeth back to optimal health, regardless of what state they're currently in. To put it simply: our restorative dentists want to bring the best out in your smile, so you can face the day with confidence and grace.
What are dental restorations? In general, restorative dentistry can encompass a number of dental measures, including any procedure where you're having your teeth fixed from a previous problem – these problems can include cavities, gum disease, abscesses, or even the need for having a tooth removed.
Restorative dentistry procedures can still vary significantly.
While dental restoration may seem intimidating, the umbrella term actually includes some of the most commonplace dental practices in the industry today, and our dentists are experts at getting the job done right in a painless, minimally-invasive way.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Wisdom(s) Teeth Removal
Options for missing teeth
When you develop dental caries, or more commonly known as cavities, your dentist will treat it by placing a filling over it, causing the tooth decay to cease spreading. Fillings are a simple dental restoration procedure for dentists and are the most common dental procedure offered by far.
Dental Crowns and Bridges
If tooth decay progresses too far, and your tooth develops a tooth abscess, you'll likely need to receive a root canal to prevent any further spread of infection. When your dentist completes your root canal, they'll put a dental crown over the tooth to protect it.
In certain cases, tooth extraction may be necessary. If you have multiple teeth removed next to each other, your dentist may suggest the placement of a dental bridge, which replaces multiple teeth where extractions previously left a gap. Both dental crowns and dental bridges are simple restorative procedures that will leave you and your smile feeling and looking great.
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Finding Your Smile Again
We're glad you're here, and we are sure that we can help you restore your smile to a place of confidence, beauty, and comfort. If you have questions or concerns about your teeth, call us today at 316-768-6408 or schedule a dental appointment.
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