A smile is the most beautiful thing in this world, given you have a perfect set of teeth to flaunt. If your decayed, missing, or broken teeth keep you from smiling, we can help you. We use restorative dentistry to restore damaged or missing teeth.
What is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry aims at replacing damaged and missing teeth. Under it, we remove the decayed part and restore it with suitable restorative options, such as crown, fillings, implants, bridges, dentures, etc.
Importance of Restorative Dentistry
- It saves teeth and restores their natural appearance and shape
- It fills empty spaces in your mouth
- It helps you maintain your overall oral health and habits
Restorative Dental Treatments
We treat your decayed teeth by filling them with apt restorative material, such as porcelain, gold, silver amalgam alloy, composite resin, or tooth-colored acrylic material.
Crowns are metal or tooth-colored restorations that replace missing teeth caused by fractures, cavities, and root canal treatments. These full-coverage caps restore your teeth' shape, size, and function. Before planning a crown for you, we consider many factors, such as the location of your teeth, gums tissue surrounding the teeth, etc. Then, we prepare the teeth, take the impressions, and send them to the lab, where a specialist technician makes your crown.
We use dental bridges to restore one or more teeth, and they are considered as a simpler alternative for dental implants. They comprise artificial teeth with crowns on both sides that act as anchors.
Dentures are removable restorations that act as a replacement for missing teeth in your mouth. We make dentures using acrylic resin. In some cases, we use them in conjunction with metal attachments. They can be either complete dentures or partial dentures. As the name says, we make complete dentures for patients with no teeth, while partial dentures are made for those who have some natural teeth remaining in their mouth.
A dental implant is one of the most advanced treatments we use under restorative dentistry. Implants are artificial teeth we place into your jawbone to replace the missing teeth in your mouth. A single unit comprises an artificial tooth visible above the gum line and a metal post inserted in your bone. Implants mirror natural teeth in their appearance, feel, and function.
Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are partial tooth-colored restorations we use to restore smaller areas of damaged, decayed, or severely worn-out teeth.
Please reach out to our Premier Arts Dental in Freehold, NJ, to have a consultation with our dentist, Dr. Shah. Please call us at (732) 702-2787 or schedule an online consultation, and we'll guide you further.