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A smile that is affected by decay, periodontal disease, and tooth loss can greatly affect your quality of life and self-confidence

Restorative Dentist Services

A Restorative Dentist Can Help

Life’s simple pleasures, including eating some of your favorite foods and smiling in comfort, can become much more difficult with poor oral health. Fortunately, a restorative dentist offers a wide range of restorative dentistry treatments at our Ahwatukee and Phoenix dental offices. Through advanced techniques and state-of-the-art technology, we can help restore the beauty and functionality of your smile.

Our Restorative Dentistry Services

Missing and damaged teeth can have several long-term effects, leading to more severe oral health issues. Because your teeth naturally provide the necessary stimulation for your jaw to stay strong and healthy, missing teeth can cause your jawbone to shrink and weaken over time. This can lead to facial sagging, widespread tooth loss, and deterioration of the jaw bone. Through advanced techniques and state-of-the-art technology, a restorative dentist can help restore the beauty and functionality of your smile. During a very thorough consultation and examination, a top rated restorative dentist will create a customized plan, providing guidance so you can both decide on the best procedure that is right for you.

Dental Implants

These titanium posts are placed directly into the jawbone, acting as a replacement for your natural tooth roots. Once the implants fuse to the bone in a process called osseointegration, they can support a permanent dental crown or other type of restoration. Dental implants are considered to be the ultimate solution for patients with missing teeth. Your restorative dentist is trained to both place and restore implants, which streamlines our patients’ care and leads to more consistent outcomes.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns, also called caps, protect and strengthen damaged teeth. A dental bridge can be used to span the gaps in your smile caused by one or up to three missing teeth in a row. Traditional bridges rely on adjacent, healthy teeth for support whereas implant-supported bridges are self-sustaining.

Restorative Implants & Crowns
Restorative Dentures & Fillings

Dentures

Patients missing most or all of their teeth can benefit from either traditional dentures, or fixed or removable implant-supported dentures. Dentures restore your bite’s strength and functionality, in addition to helping you achieve a younger, more attractive-looking smile.

Fillings, Inlays, and Onlays

Each restorative dentist at DSA prefers tooth-colored fillings, made of composite resin, to fill spaces left by cavities. Inlays and onlays, custom-made from dental porcelain, can also treat teeth that have been damaged by decay. Inlays are placed only on the biting surface of the tooth, while onlays also extend past the cusps of the tooth. Depending on the location and severity of the damage, they can be used to preserve your tooth, restore strength, and improve overall appearance.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

When more severe damage and decay has occurred, a single treatment may not be adequate to fully restore your oral health. In this case, we may recommend a customized plan that involves numerous restorative procedures. A full mouth reconstruction may also include cosmetic dentistry treatments such as teeth whitening, a gum lift, or porcelain veneers.

Achieve a Healthier Smile Today

Your restorative dentist wants you to have a comfortable, healthy bite and attractive smile. To learn more about how we can meet your restorative dentistry needs, please contact us to set up a consultation.

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