At some point in your life, you will likely need some kind of restorative dentistry care. Fillings, crowns, implants, bridges… these are all common tooth restoration options or procedures used to increase the strength and function of your existing teeth when damage has occurred or to replace the lost ones. The earlier we can intervene in the case of a cavity, infection or dental injury, the more likely we are to achieve good results with proper dental restorations and save your teeth and its functionality.
Ways Restorative Dentistry can save your teeth
If you’ve got a cavity, we can treat it with a dental filling. Left unabated, a cavity can eventually lead to serious infection and, even worse, the loss of a tooth. We use composite tooth-coloured material to create cosmetic dental fillings when desired and possible. Porcelain crowns, inlays and onlays provide extra strength and protection for teeth that have more extensive damage or are broken. With a Tooth Restoration a dentist can save your smile by replacing a missing tooth or repairing the missing part of your pearly white.