Throughout life, our teeth do a lot of work. As a result, they endure much wear and tear. Food, age, and health issues can all impact your smile. Therefore, it is a good thing modern restorative dentistry can help. At Gardenia Dentistry, we can fix the damage. Our dedicated team wants you to be proud to show off your smile.
Come to Gardenia Dentistry for a full menu of restorative dental treatments. Our practice provides the following services, and more:
To learn more about our restorative dental care, call Gardenia Dentistry now.
During bone grafting, our dentist will make a small incision in your gums to reach the jawbone underneath. Through bone grafting, material is then added to the jawbone to make it thicker and stronger. This is required for some procedures like dental implants, since a thinning jawbone can make it difficult to hold teeth in place. Bone grafting is many times required immediately after extraction a tooth. This helps to minimize the loss of bone and gum tissues around the extraction site.
Dental fillings are one of the most common procedures performed in a dental office. Advancement in dental materials has vastly improved the compatibility, appearance and durability of how fillings look and work in the mouth.
Bridges are dental appliances that “bridge” the gaps in your teeth caused by the loss of a permanent tooth. The bridge has a “fake” tooth that is attached to nearby healthy teeth using crowns or metal brackets that are hidden behind the teeth. Each one is custom made by our skilled team and is fitted for your comfort.
Dentures are dental appliances designed to replace some or all of the teeth following permanent tooth loss. At our office, we can create complete or partial dentures that help you enjoy regular activities like eating, chewing, and speaking. Each denture is custom made to suit your mouth and lifestyle, and can vastly improve your dental health and quality of life.
If our dentist finds decay during your exam, it will be removed and replaced with a dental filling. Depending on the size and location, we use different filling types. Tooth-colored fillings blend best with your natural teeth. The composite material is also less likely to cause an allergic reaction, compared to metal.
If a tooth gets injured or decay goes untreated, the infection can enter the inner pulp. When this happens, a root canal can save your tooth. This safe and effective endodontic procedure is designed to end pain and stop the spread of infection. Ultimately, root canal therapy restores oral health.