Teeth that are decaying, chipped, cracked, discolored, or missing are candidates for restorative dentistry. Whether the cause is developmental or from trauma, we will find a solution to bring your mouth back to good oral health.
What is restorative dentistry?
Restorative dental care includes procedures done to bring back the natural smile and oral health of you and your family. This kind of dental care is specifically useful for teeth that are damaged or missing. Specifically, restorative dentistry involves the diagnosis, treatment, and control of periodontal diseases. These practices seek to rehabilitate the mouth back to good oral health. In this process, teeth are “restored”, mostly for health reasons. But the overall look of your smile can greatly benefit as well. Our restorative solutions include composite fillings, root canal therapy, inlay and onlay restorations, crowns, dentures, partial dentures, and fixed bridges.
A lot of exciting dental technology advancements come into play with restorative dentistry. More often than ever, we can save natural teeth or, if needed, replace them to a lifelike degree. Dental issues like decayed, chipped, cracked, or broken teeth could cause serious damage when left untreated. Repairing teeth that have sustained these kinds of damages can restore your smile, oftentimes without the need for extraction or costly replacement. These problems cannot be ignored, or else the damage to your teeth and overall oral health can worsen. This allows for more serious complications further on.
Our goal with restorative dentistry is to save all that we can of your healthy tooth’s structure. This way, we can best repair it of optimum health and function. Our compassionate team at Park Dental work hard to repair damage while restoring your teeth’s strength and integrity. We always seek to provide quality restorative dental care to you and your family.
Practically no one can go through life without having some kind of dental issue, regardless of age. This is what makes restorative care treatments so important – especially for kids and teens with young teeth. In fact, restorative treatments, at the right age, greatly influence the future of your child’s dental health. When we find an issue during our regular cleaning and exam appointment, we create a plan of action for the best restorative response.
Park Dental uses cutting-edge technology to restore damaged or missing teeth so you can eat, speak, and live comfortably.
Our experts at Park Dental are dedicated to doing everything we can to restore your natural, healthy smile. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call our Winter Park dental office at 407-671-8901.
Tooth-colored and strong, composite fillings ensure cavities are filled without unsightly metals.
Decay will be removed and a healthier tooth will emerge, generally protected by a crown.