A restorative dentist primarily treats issues affecting the health, function, and comfort of your smile, such as damaged or lost teeth.
Restorative dentists also have the knowledge and tools to provide lifelike tooth replacement solutions that fit seamlessly.
When should I visit a restorative dentist?
How can a restorative dentist help me?
Restorative dentists use sophisticated tools to accurately measure the dimensions of your smile and deliver restorations that fit precisely.
Many oral health issues can also affect the look of your smile. By treating your oral health concerns, a restorative dentist can also help your smile look its best.
Delaying restorative treatment can have serious consequences...
How can restorative treatment reduce the risk of further oral health issues?
Dental crowns can be used to correct functional and cosmetic issues that are affecting your smile.
What do restorative dentists use to restore compromised smiles?
Many restorative dentists use state-of-the-art technology to diagnose your condition, plan the appropriate treatment, and deliver natural-looking results. Some tools include:
"The term 'restorative dentistry' is the integrated management of oral health problems and restoring of the mouth to a functional and esthetic state." Oral-B®
Because restorative dentistry procedures are intended to improve the health of your smile, most treatments are considered medically necessary and are at least partially covered by insurance providers. Dental implants and some premium restorative materials will usually require paying out-of-pocket.
Talk to your dentist about maximizing your benefits or arranging financing.
A restorative dentist can address issues both simple and complex to give your smile improved health, function, comfort, and aesthetics. To discuss your concerns with a restorative dentist, schedule a consultation today.