Restorative care is intended to the mouth back to full functionality. Even if proactive preventative measures have been taken, it is possible that restoration still may need to take place. Unavoidable issues like accidents and genetics may put you at a higher risk of needing reconstructive procedures at some time in your life.
Bonding is a restorative care staple. Bonding is the application of dental materials that are tooth-colored to the surface of your tooth. Different colored materials are mixed to match the color of your tooth. This material is applied to your tooth and artfully shaped.
A special chemical or light process is used to harden the material in place. When you have a cavity or a chipped tooth, bonding can be used to fill it. Bonding can also be used to cover stains on your teeth that brushing or whitening treatments cannot remove.
A CEREC same-day dental crown is a fast and precise way to improve the look and function of your smile. Special equipment is used in the dental office to quickly create a custom-designed full or partial crown. Amelia Dental Implants & Cosmetic Dentistry is certified to fit you with a CEREC crown in just one visit and have you on your way in no time!
Restorative Care: Bridges
If you need to replace several teeth, we may recommend that you consider a dental bridge. A dental bridge in simple terms is one or more synthetic teeth designed to fill a gap in your smile. We craft our bridges from the finest dental materials. We use state-of-the-art computer milling technology to craft custom bridges that ensure your smile is healthy and looks perfect.
Complete & Partial Dentures
Whether some or all of your natural teeth are missing, We may be able to restore the functionality of your mouth and the aesthetics of your smile with dentures. A denture is a set of synthetic teeth attached to a base that matches your natural teeth and gums. Even though there are many options, not all patients are good candidates for every type of denture. During your appointment, We will let you know which options may work best for you.
White Composite Fillings
Composites are tooth-colored fillings composed of ceramic compounds. Composite fillings fill small or midsize cavities. Since they are tooth-colored, they look more natural than other types of fillings.
Root Canal Therapy
Despite popular belief, a root canal procedure doesn’t hurt at all. The primary cause of pain is an infection in the tooth. The purpose of root canal therapy is to eliminate that pain. We take extra care to ensure that you are comfortable and pain-free during a root canal treatment. With decades of experience, we know how to comfort even the most anxious patients and make the entire process as simple as possible.
Implants are synthetic teeth roots. They are used to create foundations for replacement teeth. Implants posts are inserted directly into the jaw and left to heal with a temporary restoration for you to wear. During the healing, your dental implants fuse with the surrounding bone, allowing them to work like functional tooth roots.
Our Approach to Your Perfect Smile
We use an all-encompassing approach to determine what may be causing the issues with your teeth. During your checkup or consultation, we don’t see just teeth – we see a whole person. Your experiences and life choices have all led up to the condition of your teeth today. We take all of this into consideration when developing your treatment plan.
When we understand the situation, we educate you on the potential risk factors and benefits of disease process and treatments; This helps you make the most educated decisions possible.
We take extra care to identify the root of the problem and help you make the best decisions for your oral health.
Give Us a call today at (904) 491-8005 to start restoring your Perfect Smile.