Restorative dentistry plays a crucial role in maintaining oral health by repairing damaged teeth, improving chewing ability, enhancing speech, and restoring a natural-looking smile.
It aims to preserve the natural teeth whenever possible and provide effective solutions to various dental problems.
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Metal Free Fillings
Metal-free fillings, also known as tooth-colored or composite fillings, are a type of dental restoration used to treat cavities and restore the structure of damaged teeth.
Unlike traditional metal amalgam fillings, metal-free fillings are made from a mixture of resin and glass particles that closely resemble the natural color of teeth.
These fillings offer a more aesthetically pleasing result as they blend seamlessly with the surrounding tooth structure.
Additionally, metal-free fillings are mercury-free and provide a strong and durable solution for restoring teeth while preserving their natural appearance.
Crowns and Bridges
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that are placed over a damaged or decayed tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance.
Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth.
They consist of one or more artificial teeth that are anchored in place by dental crowns on the surrounding natural teeth or dental implants.
Bridges help improve the aesthetics and functionality of the smile.
We craft unique and innovative designs, working closely with our patients to bring their visions to life.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of biocompatible materials that are surgically placed into the jawbone.
They provide a strong foundation for replacement teeth, such as crowns or dentures.
Dental implants are useful because they can restore the appearance and function of missing teeth, improve speech and chewing ability, and prevent bone loss in the jaw.
Root canals are dental procedures performed to treat and save a severely damaged or infected tooth.
During a root canal, the dentist removes the infected pulp from inside the tooth, cleans the area, and then fills and seals it.
This procedure helps to alleviate pain, prevent further infection, and preserve the natural tooth structure.