Dental Restorations To Repair Your Smile
If you have experienced extensive decay or you have lost one or more teeth, you may be interested in learning more about what solutions are available.
To restore damaged or missing teeth, Goldenberg Family Dentistry offers a choice of amalgam-free fillings, traditional crowns, bridges, and dentures. Many of these restorations can also be supported by dental implants.
From simple fillings to full mouth reconstruction, our dentists can help. We offer the following restorations:
Composite Resin Fillings – to replace a simple cavity, our amalgam-free practice uses tooth-colored composite material to restore the tooth.
Crowns – to repair a tooth with extensive decay or injury, we use an expertly shade-matched porcelain cap that mimics your once healthy tooth. Crowns may also be placed after root canal therapy when a tooth is infected.
Bridges – to replace up to three missing teeth we use crowned adjacent teeth to secure the new, artificial teeth. This prosthetic is designed to be durable, blend in with your natural teeth, and return oral function.
Dentures – to replace full arches of teeth, this adhesive based appliance returns function and appeal to your smile. Our traditional dentures are lifelike and crafted to fit well.
What to Expect When Receiving Restorations
Our dentists understand that no two smiles are the same. They listen carefully to your concerns and then design a treatment plan that meets your unique needs. At Goldenberg Family Dentistry we know your time is valuable and do our best to get as much done in one visit as possible.
Crowns, bridges, and dentures are crafted at our trusted lab from a detailed impression of your teeth and gums. We offer temporary prosthetics so that your smile remains complete until your permanent restoration is delivered.
When to Consider Dental Implants
If you are without most of your teeth, you are at risk of resorption. Resorption is caused by the absence of tooth-roots which are essential to maintain bone health and stimulate new growth. Please see our informative dental implants page for more information.
Learn more about crowns, bridges, and dentures by calling Goldenberg Family Dentistry today.