Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Rejuvenate your smile today.

Despite our best intentions to keep our smiles healthy, years of wear and tear, injury, or poor oral hygiene can impact our oral health. With restorative dentistry, our dental team can address the underlying concerns, correct the damage, and improve your standard of living.

We focus on biological dentistry, always taking a comprehensive approach to treatment options that support the health of your whole body, not just your mouth. We’ll always stick with minimally invasive treatment options to minimize the impact of dental treatment and keep you as comfortable as possible. This is especially important when it comes to our work with children: We can provide pediatric restorative work for fillings or crowns without the need for an anesthetic. We also use the latest technologies and stay up to date on the best methods, like the Hall crown technique, to help us improve their oral health without sacrificing their well-being and comfort.


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Previous dental treatments may be harming your health.

Our experts can keep you safe.

Suppose you received a silver filling for a past cavity. In that case, there’s a chance it contains unhealthy levels of mercury, a toxic material known to cause adverse health effects and irritate individuals with particular sensitivities and allergies. Luckily, our team members are experts in the Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique. Following the highest safety standards, we can remove existing fillings containing these potentially dangerous chemicals and replace them with mercury-free composite resin. Your oral health is too important to risk with harmful metals, so schedule an evaluation with us today to see if this technique may be the right fit for you.

Your teeth can look as good as new.

Correct years of damage with crowns and bridges.

There are more options than ever to help you address damaged teeth, so you never have to settle for a smile you don’t love. A crown may be an excellent option if your teeth are broken, chipped, or discolored. With this treatment, your dentist cements a natural-looking, custom-made crown over the damaged tooth. Crowns provide a durable, strong, and long-lasting way to improve the look of your smile and stop any further damage in its tracks.

For those who may have experienced tooth loss, whether it’s the result of gum disease, injury, or decay, a bridge can replace this missing tooth. A bridge will “bridge the gap” in your smile with natural-looking crowns fused together and anchored to the remaining teeth on each side. A bridge is a semi-permanent restorative solution, meaning only your dentist can remove it, so you can rest assured that you’ll have a long-lasting fix for your smile.

A gap in your smile can risk your health.

Protect your smile with partial dentures.

If you have missing teeth, it might be easy to assume that since the damage has already been done, there’s no need to take action. However, gaps can impact your oral health. It’s critical to preserve your bone structure and the integrity of your existing teeth by preventing them from shifting into or tilting toward the gap left behind. If the space is larger than what a bridge can appropriately address, partial dentures provide a convenient, easily removable option to maintain your oral health.

Missing teeth can impact your health.

Dentures preserve your well-being and restore your confidence.

Over time, gum disease, decay, or injury can lead to tooth loss. Missing teeth can impact the rest of your facial structure, causing poor facial muscle tone—potentially making you appear older—and influencing your oral health. Luckily, dentures can help you retain your mouth’s function by supporting the muscle tone in your face and jaw. They will keep you looking and feeling healthy and help you continue participating in the activities you love. Implant-retained dentures are even better because they fit securely and do not require adhesives to remain in place like traditional dentures do. Regardless, a good fit is critical to ensuring a natural-looking smile. Reach out to our team today to schedule a consultation so we can discuss your options in more detail!

Restoring your teeth can be comfortable—and look natural.

With dental implants, you can find long-term and convenient relief.

A dental implant can replace a single missing tooth, or you can get multiple implants to replace an entire set of teeth. That being said, there is a biological benefit to keeping the other teeth in place with a single placement if possible. We’ll work with you to determine which option is right for you. Either way, dental implants stimulate jawbone renewal. They also preserve the facial muscles in cases of full-arch implants. While we don’t place the implants in-house, we will refer you to a trusted expert and be here to answer questions every step of the way. We focus on the restorative side of things, ensuring that the implant is working in conjunction with your oral health to help you feel confident in your ability to chew, smile, talk, and participate in all of your favorite activities without fear of slippage or misalignment.