Restorative Care

If you have damaged teeth, we can help!

Restorative dentistry includes any service that helps restore or repair any damaged or decayed teeth. The most popular restorative services are fillings, crowns/bridges, and root canals. If needed, we will coordinate treatment options with specialists to ensure you receive the best care possible! 

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Once cavities form, they create small holes in your teeth which can be painful. A filling will patch this cavity so the decay does not spread further into the tooth. Removing this decay and sealing off the small hole will make your tooth look and feel brand new!

There are different types of material we can use to fill a cavity, but the most popular is composite. Composite fillings are made to blend in with your tooth so they will not be noticeable. Fillings can help you hide any imperfections while keeping your teeth healthy!


Crowns & Bridges

A crown is a little cap that fits over a chipped, broken, or decayed tooth. Crowns strengthen damaged teeth, allowing them to function normally again. If your tooth is missing some of its structure above the gum line, a crown will likely be the best treatment option for you. With improvements in dental technology, crowns are virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth, making them a very popular choice! 

A bridge is a false tooth or teeth being held in place by crowns on the surrounding teeth. Replacing missing teeth is important not just for appearances, but for functionality as well. Missing teeth can cause issues with your bite, your chewing, your speaking, and can cause the surrounding teeth to shift to the open area. We can schedule a consultation with one of our dentists to see if a bridge is the best option for you!

Root Canals

A root canal treatment is a set of specialized procedures designed to treat problems with the nerve (soft pulp) tissues inside the tooth. Root canals are needed when infection or inflammation develops in this nerve tissue. This inflammation can be painful, so root canal treatments often relieve a lot of tooth pain. After a root canal, your tooth will have to be crowned to protect it from additional infection. 

We offer root canals on a patient specific basis. Depending on the severity of the inflammation, we might refer you to an endodontist so you can be seen by a specialist and get the best care possible. After your root canal, we are happy to place your permanent crown to complete the treatment. If you have tooth pain, we will be happy to schedule an appointment to see if a root canal is needed!


Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies can include anything from a chipped tooth, severe tooth/mouth pain, or traumatic dental injuries. For any of these emergencies, please call our office and we will be happy to see you, even on the weekends! 

If your traumatic injury is not limited to your mouth, please contact your regular physician as well, and depending on the severity, go to the emergency room at the nearest hospital.


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