If you go through your days feeling self-conscious because of chipped, cracked, broken, decayed, or missing teeth, then restorative dentistry can easily make this problem a thing of the past. Using only the strongest and most natural-looking materials, our team can rebuild your teeth in such a way that even YOU will have trouble seeing your dental work. If you have a few teeth that need a little help, be sure to contact us today for restorative dentistry in Millersville, MD.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that simply fits over a damaged tooth, and with it, we can restore even the most compromised tooth and save it from extraction. Our talented lab technician can shape and shade it to blend in perfectly with the rest of a patient’s smile. We can also attach crowns to additional prosthetic teeth to literally “bridge” the gap between missing ones, giving patients their complete smile back.
Tooth-colored fillings are made of a composite resin, and they have a multitude of benefits compared to traditional silver fillings. While they are just as strong and durable, the material can also be specially shaded to completely blend in with enamel, making the fillings practically invisible in the mouth. They also enable our dentist to use smaller fillings, meaning she can preserve more of a tooth while restoring it. In the end, you get a tooth that both looks great and can be trusted to last.
Dentures can provide a reliable, natural-looking solution for patients who are missing multiple teeth. Thanks to the latest advancements in dental prosthetics, modern-day dentures are now smaller, sleeker, and more comfortable than ever. We can replace numerous missing teeth located throughout the mouth with partial dentures, and with full dentures, we can quickly bring back an entire row. In the end, we’ll custom-design your prosthetic so you can walk out of our dental office with complete confidence.
Root canal therapy is a treatment that removes infected pulp from a tooth. It works by opening the tooth’s crown so the dentist can extract its nerves, blood vessels, and tissues. When that step is done, the resulting space is given a filling and, in most cases, a dental crown. Patients can generally expect the procedure to relieve severe toothaches and prevent the need for a tooth extraction. It thus allows you to save your tooth and make your mouth healthier than before!