What are Dental Restorations?
Dental restorations are meant to restore strength and functionality to a tooth. The technology that goes into creating the range of restorations available has come a long way, providing patients with a nearly seamless option to correct a wide range of dental problems. Dental restorations are done easily and quickly in our office. There is no one-size-fits-all option when it comes to restorations, so a comprehensive examination is required prior to the procedure.
Why do you need Dental Restorations?
You may need a dental restoration because you have a chipped, cracked or fractured tooth. You may have signs of dental decay in one or more of your teeth that require a restoration to both remove the decay and fill in the hole. Some of the most commonly performed restorations in our office include:
- Crowns and Fixed Bridges
- Composite (Tooth-Colored) Fillings
- Dental Implants
- Onlays and Inlays
What makes you a good candidate for Dental Restorations?
Before having a restoration placed, a comprehensive examination is required to determine which procedure is right for you. You may need to have a dental restoration because one or more of your teeth is compromised or you are completely missing dentition. The restoration is meant to strengthen and restore normal functioning of the tooth. All dental restorations are done easily and quickly in our office at your own convenience.
What happens during the procedure for Dental Restorations?
Before a restoration can be placed, you will need to come in for an exam and consultation. Depending on the specific restoration that is required, you will be scheduled to come in and have the work done. Restorations are done easily, quickly and conveniently in our office. Most procedures take less than an hour to complete, so you can get on with your day without a long appointment. Restorations are long-lasting and durable, providing you with a full smile that you can feel confident about. We can help teach you about the different options that are available at your appointment.
If you are interested in dental restorations, call our office today so that we can help find the solution that is best for you.