Restorative Dentistry Services
What is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry involves treatments and procedures that improve the function and aesthetic value of your smile. Restorative dentistry can range from procedures that improve the way that you chew and eat to cosmetic options that enhance the look and feel of your teeth. At Riverwalk Dental Group, we offer a range of quality restorative procedures to fit your needs. With the help of an examination done by our doctors, we can create a specialized treatment plan just for you.
Why is Restorative Dentistry needed?
You may need restorative dentistry if you have teeth that have become compromised in some way. You might be dealing with tooth decay, lost restorations, broken teeth or are simply interested in whitening, bonding or veneers. Our goal is to offer you a wide variety of restorative options that aim to improve the health and look of your smile. Restorative options vary from one patient to another, ensuring that you receive only what is needed.
What makes you a candidate for Restorative Dentistry?
Prior to having any type of restorative procedure done, you'll come into our office for a consultation. The consult will include an exam and series of different x-rays so that we can create a personalized treatment plan just for you. We will help in teaching you about each individual procedure and what to expect when having it done.
What can be expected with Restorative Dentistry?
Because there are so many different restoration options available, you will need to consult with our doctors prior to having work done. What works for one patient may not be right for you, so it is important that you understand your options. The purpose of restorative dentistry is to correct certain problems while simultaneously improving the look of your teeth. Some of the most common restorative procedures include:
- Fixed bridges
- Dental crowns
- Amalgam filling replacement
- Root canals
- Inlays and onlays
If you're in need of restorative dentistry and want to know more about your treatment options, call us today and our helpful staff members can assist you.
Restorative Dentistry services
All-on-4 technology refers to placing four strategically planned implants to keep a denture in place. This prevents the need for more than just four implants to be used and all of the implants can be placed in one or two appointments.
Bonding is designed to enhance your natural teeth and correct minor flaws and imperfections at the front of your smile.
A dental bridge is a restoration that helps to replace one or more missing natural teeth. The bridge attaches permanently to surrounding teeth, so it won't need to be removed and cleaned like a prosthetic appliance.
A dental crown is a type of restoration that is designed to fit over a damaged or compromised tooth. If a tooth has fractured, broken or has been recently root canaled, we may recommend that it be crowned.
Dental Implant Restoration
A dental implant is specifically designed to replace one or more teeth within your mouth. Implants are often made of titanium, and they are surgically inserted into the jawbone.
Dental implants are a permanent solution for patients seeking that perfect white smile. Implants are a great choice for patients that have broken, damaged, or missing teeth.
Full & Partial Dentures
Both a denture and partial will help to transform your entire smile. If you're missing your natural teeth, there is no reason for you to feel ashamed or embarrassed.
Injured Teeth And Gums
Despite continuous dental care and proper oral hygiene, there may come a time when you experience a traumatic injury to your mouth and teeth. This injury may cause the tooth to break, shift or completely fall out.
Inlays and Onlays
Teeth will rarely crack or break perfectly every time. In some cases, a crack can run across the top of a tooth, requiring a smaller restoration when compared to a full dental crown.
A root canal is a procedure that involves taking out the entire pulp of a tooth. Each of your teeth has a pulp, which is often called the nerve. If this pulp becomes infected by decay or is damaged in any way, it will need to be removed.