Restorative dentistry includes restoring or replacing damaged or missing teeth. This type of dentistry also includes smile makeovers and restoring the function and appearance of both the teeth and jaw. Floor Dental Group offers many restorative dentistry options for our patients and has years of experience in helping create beautiful smiles.
If your smile bothers you or you have missing, cracked, or broken teeth and are looking to correct your smile, restorative dentistry can help. Restorative dentistry includes common treatments such as fillings or crowns.
This type of dentistry also includes more extensive tooth replacement options such as implants, dentures, or bridges.
The goal of restorative dentistry is to help restore your smile and allow you to live a healthy lifestyle. Restorative dentistry can make your smile healthy again, treat periodontal disease, facial trauma, and prevent decay in the future. Our doctors at Floor Dental Group care about your health and love to help patients achieve their goals, and create a smile they can be proud to show off around others. If you have had facial trauma or want to restore your smile, you will be happy with the results when you choose Floor Dental Group.
There are many benefits of restorative dentistry, and our doctors at Floor Dental Group provide the very best service to help patients that require treatment.
We provide a comfortable and welcoming environment where patients feel like family. Our goal is to help improve both your smile and your overall health. Your smile is one of your most important features, and knowing you can speak comfortably around others can boost your self-esteem and emotional health.
Restorative procedures help to ensure your teeth and mouth function properly, and you can eat and speak with ease.
Improve Your Appearance
Restorative options such as implants or dentures can improve the appearance of your smile and look natural. This boosts your confidence around others, and you can be comfortable speaking without worrying about what others will think of your smile.
Treats and Prevents Decay
Restorative procedures can save your teeth and preserve your overall health. Treating a cavity right away can stop decay and prevent further treatment such as a root canal or tooth extraction.
Preserves Jaw Health and Function
Replacing a missing tooth can help preserve bone in the jaw and avoid bone loss or structural issues.
Teeth that need to be treated can be painful, and root canals or fillings can help relieve pain, treat infection, and preserve your tooth.
When you choose Floor Dental Group for your restorative dental needs you are in the best hands. Our patients can relax knowing they will have a positive experience and a beautiful smile when they leave our office.
Teeth can become damaged from decay or suffer a crack or injury. When this happens, a dental crown may be needed to help protect and provide support to your natural tooth. Our crown placement procedures help to protect your natural tooth and restore the tooth’s function. The tooth is carefully shaved down to ensure proper fit, and the crown is placed on top to restore the tooth. Crowns are custom-made to match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth, and can restore your smile quickly.
If you have a missing tooth, or a cracked tooth that is compromised and can not be saved, you may require tooth replacement. Dental implants can help replace missing teeth and act like a root that is placed into the jaw. Implants are extremely durable and are made out of titanium. An abutment piece is connected to the implant, and a crown is securely fixed on top to restore your tooth. Implants function like natural teeth and are considered the best tooth replacement option available today.
Dentures or partial dentures are another replacement option to restore your mouth’s function. Dentures can be an entire arch of teeth or can be a partial set of teeth depending on the patient’s needs. Dentures are typically removable and are attached by using an adhesive material. Dentures can also be supported by implants that are placed on either side of the dental device to help hold the dentures in place.
Bridges are artificial teeth that are held in place by crowns on either side of the bridge. The supporting teeth can also be dental implants and can be one or many teeth. Bridges are cemented into place or are held by dental implants depending on the type of bridge used.
A root canal is required when a tooth has severe decay and the pulp inside the root of the tooth becomes infected or inflamed. Root canals may be needed after an injury or trauma and can help save a tooth. The procedure includes cleaning out the infected area and sealing the area to prevent bacteria from entering in the future. In some cases, a crown is needed after a root canal procedure, and this depends on the condition of the tooth and the patient’s oral health.
Tooth-colored fillings are a common restorative dentistry procedure and can help treat teeth that have decay. Tooth decay is caused by bacteria breaking the enamel down and creating a hole in the tooth. Fillings help to seal the area and protect the enamel from bacteria. The damaged area of the tooth is carefully removed and sealed with a composite material that matches the color of your natural teeth. Tooth-colored fillings blend in nicely and look natural.
Full mouth reconstruction is also known as a smile makeover and includes multiple cosmetic and restorative treatments to help improve both the function and appearance of your smile. If patients have multiple problems such as missing teeth or structural issues, multiple procedures may be necessary.
Our full mouth reconstruction process produces exceptional results, and patients are always happy with their brand-new smiles. We use state-of-the-art equipment and technology and provide quality work that stands out from the rest. If you want a smile that lasts, gives you confidence, and allows you to eat and enjoy all of the foods you love, we encourage you to contact Floor Dental Group for a smile consultation.
Tooth extractions are necessary if the tooth is compromised or damaged from injury or decay, and cannot be saved. At Floor Dental Group we make tooth extractions easy and pain-free using local anesthesia. Once your tooth is removed, we will discuss tooth replacement options to restore your smile.
If you are ready for change and are looking to restore the function and appearance of your smile, contact Floor Dental Group to find out more about our restorative dentistry services. Our doctors have years of experience in creating beautiful smiles and would love to help you achieve your smile goals. Our service is exceptional, and we produce optimal results. Our patients are always thankful they chose to invest in their smiles with Floor Dental Group.
Contact Floor Dental Group today to schedule your consultation, and find out more about our restorative dentistry options.