The Experts In Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is a specialized branch of dentistry focused on repairing and restoring damaged, decayed, or missing teeth to their natural form, function, and aesthetics. The primary goal of restorative dentistry is to improve oral health, enhance the appearance of the smile, and promote long-term dental well-being.

Restorative dental procedures are tailored to address a wide range of dental issues, from minor tooth damage to extensive tooth loss. Treatments include dental bridges, crowns, and dentures.

Repairing tooth damage

Teeth can become damaged due to cavities, trauma, or wear and tear over time. Restorative dentistry offers solutions to repair chipped, cracked, or fractured teeth, preventing further deterioration and potential complications.

Treating dental decay

Dental cavities are a common oral health issue caused by bacteria and acids eroding the tooth enamel. Restorative dentistry uses dental fillings and other techniques to remove decay and restore the tooth's integrity and function.

Restoring missing teeth

Tooth loss can occur due to various reasons, including injury, gum disease, or aging. Restorative dentistry provides options such as dental implants, bridges, and dentures to replace missing teeth, enabling patients to regain their ability to chew, speak, and smile confidently.

Patients frequently ask

What are common signs that indicate I may need restorative dentistry?
What restorative procedures do you offer at your Edmonton dental clinic?
Is restorative dentistry painful?
Is restorative dentistry covered by dental insurance?
How long do restorative dental treatments last?
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