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Restorative dentistry in our Marysville practice can replace and restore teeth, restore your ideal bite and strengthen the integrity of your smile. The most common restorative dentistry treatments include: dental crowns, bridgework, esthetic fillings, dentures, veneers, and more.
Dr. Kant will suggest a treatment plan to restore teeth that are decayed, chipped, cracked, discolored or even missing. Teeth that are affected by any of these developmental or trauma-related defects can qualify for restorative care. Some of our restorative dental services include:
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White dental fillings are another safe and effective alternative to outdated silver amalgam fillings. Made from a white composite resin material, fillings are inconspicuous, durable, and restore the original strength and functionality. Patients enjoy the aesthetic benefits of white fillings, and Dr. Shivani recommends white fillings because they look amazing, are mercury free, long-lasting, and prevent further damage to the tooth.
Dental crowns, also known as caps, are customized tooth coverings placed over badly damaged teeth. Dental crowns are made from porcelain and are useful for restoring strength to a decayed or badly broken tooth. They match the size, shape, and overall appearance of your natural teeth, and are a long-lasting solution.
Gum disease can be treated at our dental loft with a simple scaling and root planning procedure, in which we thoroughly clean down to the tooth roots and in between the gums and the teeth.
Dental bridges are an excellent solution for closing gaps in a person’s smile caused by missing teeth. It takes less time to restore the space with a bridge than with an implant. You could expect a new bridge in about two weeks whereas an implant placement with crown could take 3-6 months.
Inlays and onlays are a more conservative alternative to dental fillings for restoring decayed or damaged teeth. Made to match your natural tooth color, inlays and onlays consist of either a composite resin material or porcelain. Once ready for placement, Dr. Shivani bonds them into the teeth. Inlays and onlays treat decay within the indented surface or the cusps of the tooth. They are very durable, lasting many years with the proper care. Many patients choose to replace silver fillings with inlays or onlays.
Temporomandibular joint disorder is used to describe a group of symptoms related to facial pain, limited jaw movements, chipped or broken teeth clicking or popping in the jaw.
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To deliver high-quality restorative dentistry, it’s essential we have the dedication and drive to stay on top of the latest advancements in dentistry while constantly improving our dental skills through continued education. This ensures you, the patient, are receiving the best dental care available to comprehensively restore your smile. When you arrive at Smile Marysville, you’ll immediately notice that passion from Dr. Kant and our highly-trained team.
This expertise and our commitment to providing a comfortable, inviting atmosphere are all a part of our philosophy at Smile Marysville It’s a place where people matter most.
Every dental insurance coverage is different. However, insurance usually does cover a portion or all of the cost of restorative dental procedures. Restorative dentistry is seen as a means to repair teeth, which is vital for excellent dental health. Again, this all depends on your insurance provider. Give us a call at (360) 474-5092 and our team will be more than happy to discuss your coverage.
Our team does everything possible to make sure your procedure is as painless as possible. With our modern technology combined with Dr. Kant’s caring demeanor, we’re confident you won’t feel any pain. Still nervous? Our sedation dentistry can help you relax, eliminate any discomfort, and make your visits fly by.
Restorative dentistry is focused on repairing or restoring damaged teeth to improve their function, while cosmetic dentistry is focused on enhancing the appearance of a person's smile.
During a restorative dentistry consultation, our dentist will assess the condition of your teeth and discuss your goals and concerns. They may also take x-rays, digital images, or impressions of your teeth to help plan your treatment.
The length of restorative dentistry treatment can vary depending on the specific procedure, but many treatments can be completed in just one or two visits to the dentist.
The cost of restorative dentistry can vary depending on the specific procedure and the practitioner you choose. It's best to schedule a consultation with a restorative dentist to get an accurate quote for your individual needs.
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