Restorative dentistry includes those procedures involved in restoring and/or repairing broken or leaking fillings, creation and maintenance of crowns and bridges, placement and maintenance of implants, the fitting of partial and full dentures, realignment of the bite profile, periodontal therapy, and full mouth reconstruction. The ultimate objective for each and every one of these procedures is the complete restoration of the oral cavity to an optimal functioning condition. Today restorative dentistry offers many more comfortable alternatives than were available even just a few years ago.
Dental Implants – Artificial tooth root replacements used as part of prosthetic dentistry to compensate for tooth loss. Not only are smiles enhanced but a more youthful appearance is achieved since missing teeth cause the face muscles to collapse making you look older.
Full Mouth Reconstruction – Functional problems with patients bite, jaw points, muscle, teeth alignments and bone structure may need to be addressed in order to improve the esthetic appearance of your smile. Modern materials available to dentists now allow for attaining a functional yet natural look.