Restorative Dentistry is concerned with the preservation of the natural teeth. It refers to the overall management and treatment of oral health problems and restoring the mouth to a healthy, functional, and esthetic state.
A sequence of treatment to repair and restore infected tooth. RCT usually can be completed in one to two appointments, depending on the tooth’s condition and your own situation
A safe way to restore tooth damaged by decay to its normal shape and function. By closing spaces where bacteria can enter, a filling also helps prevent further decay
Tooth-shaped “caps” placed over a tooth to encase its entire visible part. This is done to restore your tooth’s shape and size, and enhance its strength
Simply known as tooth removal. Extractions are done when you have a crowded mouth or when there is more damage to the tooth than a filling or crown can fix
A good alternative to the standard porcelain fused to a metal bridge. It makes for a very strong type of bridge, reinforced with a ceramic substructure and ensuring longevity.
Effective solution to replace tooth roots. Implants offer a stronger and more stable foundation for fixed or removable replacement teeth designed to match your natural teeth
Also known as “false teeth” or “full dentures”. Complete dentures are used when all your natural teeth are missing and made to fit snugly over your gums and jawbones
A great solution if you’re missing several (not all) teeth. Without the metal, partial dentures provide increased comfort and ease of insertion as they fill the gaps and make talking and eating easier