Restorative Treatments

Restorative dentistry involves any dental process which focuses on repairing or restoring damaged oral structures.

About Restorative Treatments

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Restorative dentistry involves any dental process which focuses on repairing or restoring damaged oral structures, it does not include those procedures that are considered cosmetic such as veneers or whitening services, it focuses on repairing or replacing teeth.
The main goal of restorative dentistry is to improve oral health and chewing function, general dentists, sometimes called family dentists, perform restorative dentistry, examples of restorative dental procedures include crowns, implants and dentures.

Fillings:

Dental fillings are single or combinations of metals, plastics or other materials used to repair or restore teeth, so it’s the most common restorative dentistry we see, Probably the most well-known, minor restorative procedure is the dental filling.

So with a root canal we removes infected pulp within a tooth’s root canal and replaces it with the filling material, this sealing the tooth and removing all decay.

These are used to structurally repair and stabilize a tooth that has been deteriorated from cavities and decay, one of the most popular uses of fillings is to fill an area of tooth that we had removed due to decay “cavity”, fillings are also used to repair cracked or broken teeth and teeth that have been worn down from misuse.

The filling protects the previously weakened tooth from bacteria, chipping, or breaks, Fillings are restorative in the sense that they repair damaged teeth in order to preserve the tooth and lengthen its useful life, Sometimes, fillings are paired with crowns to provide extra strength and durability for a damaged tooth, with proper care, dental fillings can last 10 to 15 years or longer.

Crowns:

A crown is a protective outer covering that is custom-fitted to fit snug and tight as an outer shell around the affected tooth, that we will be placed over your tooth.

If a tooth has suffered significant decay and is irreparable via fillings, it may be time for dental crowns, these restorative processes involve constructing a cap that covers the entire tooth down to the gumline in order to protect it from further damage, the crown restores the tooth’s shape, size, strength and appearance.

Although dental crowns can be made from any of a number of different materials, they’re most often made out of ceramic, a strong substance that can be matched to the color of the tooth.

A crown is always carefully measured to custom-fit the tooth, creating a tight seal and a high level of protection.

First, we will take an impression of the patient’s bite, From this impression a crown will be made which will mesh perfectly with the patient’s other teeth and dental structure, once the crown has been made, it will be checked and then held in place with a special, strong dental cement.

Crowns are considered a restorative procedure because they help bring back strength and power to the bite and help preserve an existing tooth despite previous injury or decay.

Bonding:

Is the process of recreating the missing portion of enamel by forming and bonding composite materials to the remaining tooth in the case of chipped or broken teeth, bonding is usually the restorative practice utilized for repairs.
we applies tooth-colored resin material to the affected teeth to change their shape, size or color, to enhance your smile.

Implant:

This is the process of replacing existing tooth structures with implanted artificial teeth, it closest thing to your natural teeth, are a reliable form of tooth replacement, an implant will replicate the look, feel, and functionality of a natural tooth, however, dental implants are the most invasive restorative dental treatment option, requiring surgery, and a relatively long recovery time.
It is possible to get a full mouth of dental implants if the patient is missing the vast majority of his or her teeth.
Dental implants can also be used if the patient is missing one or two teeth, however, dental implants can be effectively combined with other restorative treatments such as bridges and dentures creating implant-supported dentures and implant-retained bridges.
These are attached by a metal post that is essentially bonded to your jawbone via a screw-like metal “root”, are medical devices surgically implanted into the jaw to restore a person’s ability to chew or their appearance, they provide support for artificial (fake) teeth, such as crowns, bridges, or dentures.
Normally made from titanium, dental implants are placed within the jaw to act as the root and support structure, a dental crown is placed atop the implant, attached by a screw, together they create the appearance and functionality of a natural tooth.

Dentures:

Dentures are an excellent restorative option for those patients missing all their teeth.

They are the fastest and most economical way to replace teeth and transform the look and functionality of the mouth.

Not only are dentures available to replace all the patient’s teeth, but they also can be used as partial or implant-secured options for those who are missing only one or a few teeth. 

Dentures are an excellent choice for those patients who need an immediate tooth replacement solution.

Some patients will decide to be fitted for dentures to wear while they are awaiting other treatments, such as fixed bridges or implants.

For some patients, however, dentures make a great long-term restorative dental treatment.

They are relatively quick and inexpensive when compared with other solutions.

Unlike implants or bridges, are not permanent, patients must remove, clean them, and keep them in water overnight and when they take them out for any other extended period of time. Dentures are not effective in treating bone loss in the jaw.

To make a set of dentures, we will take an impression of patient’s bite and have the dentures custom-fitted to the mouth.

Once fitted, dentures are held in place with a special type of dental adhesive, but most patients can keep them in place with their tongue and natural suction as well.

For some patients, however, dentures make a great long-term restorative dental treatment.

They are relatively quick and inexpensive when compared with other solutions.

Unlike implants or bridges, are not permanent, patients must remove, clean them, and keep them in water overnight and when they take them out for any other extended period of time. Dentures are not effective in treating bone loss in the jaw.

To make a set of dentures, we will take an impression of patient’s bite and have the dentures custom-fitted to the mouth.

Once fitted, dentures are held in place with a special type of dental adhesive, but most patients can keep them in place with their tongue and natural suction as well.

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