What is restorative dentistry?
Did you know…
Left untreated, dental issues can become more severe and expensive the longer you wait.
What to expect at your initial restorative appointment
Personal Treatment Plan
Options and Alternatives
Appointments & Follow-Ups
Restorative Treatment Options
Inlays and Onlays
Root Canal Therapy
Full & Partial Dentures
Did you know…
Over 3 million Americans have restored their smiles with dental implants.
Have questions about restorative dentistry? Find answers here.
What issues can restorative dentistry solve?
Restorative dentistry can restore the form and function of infected, damaged, or missing teeth, while preventing further damage down the line. Additionally, if you’ve experienced any sort of dental trauma due to an injury or an accident, restorative dentistry can return your smile to a healthy, functional state.
What are the benefits of restorative dental procedures?
Restorative dental treatments like root canals, crowns, and implants may seem intimidating to some patients, but thanks to advancements in technology and dental techniques, restorative dentistry is more comfortable and convenient than ever. Getting the restorative dental treatment you need at the earliest opportunity can help you to avoid future issues, dental pain, and more costly procedures. In addition to saving both time and money in the long run, you’ll also get the peace of mind you deserve, knowing that your grin is in good shape. Plus, restorative dentistry can also restore your confidence by improving the overall appearance of your smile.
What is considered a dental emergency?
Any oral health condition or injury that requires immediate attention and cannot be treated at home is considered a dental emergency. Conditions like toothaches that don’t stop, continued oral pain or discomfort, chipped or broken teeth, missing or lost dental work, and bleeding gums fall into this category. If you’re unsure if what you’re experiencing qualifies as a dental emergency, just know that it’s always better to be safe than sorry. Get in touch with us right away to find out if you need emergency dentistry.
Does my insurance cover restorative dentistry?
Many insurance plans cover a portion of the cost of necessary restorative procedures, but the extent of your coverage can vary, depending on your unique policy. As a common example, your insurance may cover the cost of simple fillings or root canals, but may not provide full coverage for dental implants. To gain a full understanding of your own coverage, we recommend reaching out to your insurance provider for details. Also, you can always get in touch with our knowledgeable and friendly team, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you maximize your benefits at our practice.
Temporary Partial Denture
Denture Home Care
Did you know…
About 25% of American adults are missing all of their teeth. We can help restore your smile.