Restorative dentistry aims to fix cracked or chipped teeth, lost or loose fillings and missing teeth. You can undergo a restorative dental treatment to correct several damaged teeth, and most dental restorative treatments require only one visit.
The first step in restorative dentistry at our dental clinic is a consultation with one of our experienced dentists. During the consultation, you would discuss what you expect from the treatment, and our dentist will examine your teeth to recommend a suitable dental restoration, factoring in your oral health, aesthetic goals, ad budget.
There are several dental restorations for different dental issues, and you can choose from any the restorations we offer.
You can get different dental restorations for an existing tooth at our clinic. We use advanced dental technology and the latest dental material for all our restorative dental treatments. Our dental solutions for restoring an existing tooth are durable, and our treatments will leave you with natural-looking teeth.
Our solutions for restoring an existing tooth include the following.
White fillings are also called composites. You can use white fillings to close up minor cracks and teeth cavities. You can get white fillings to match your existing tooth colour to give you an aesthetic and natural-looking smile, unlike amalgam fillings which have a metallic colour. They are biocompatible and safe.
Fitting white filling requires less drilling of the teeth, and this makes the process less invasive. The procedure involves our dentist moulding the filling and bonding it to your tooth. Technological advancement has made more durable and long-lasting filling available.
Dental Onlays and Inlays are custom-made, and they help you restore the look and functionality of your teeth. Dental Inlays and Onlays are an excellent dental solution for people whose decayed or damaged are not bad enough to for them to get dental crowns.
Inlays and Onlays also help fill gaps between the teeth, preventing the accumulation of bacteria, which helps prevent infections and tooth decay in the future.
A dental veneer is a thin layer of porcelain material which a dentist places on the surface of an existing tooth to close a gap, fix chips, cracks, cover stains, and correct minor misalignments.
Veneers are a perfect treatment option for fixing a tooth or for people who need a complete smile makeover, and they do not affect the functionality of the teeth.
You can get dental crowns if you have cracked, decayed, or damaged teeth. They are also an excellent treatment option for people who treated a root canal infection, especially when Inlays and Onlays, or fillings are not suitable. Dental crowns help strengthen weakened teeth.
Dental crowns are a custom-made restoration that looks like a cap. The dentist fits the crown over the affected teeth after smoothening your existing teeth.
You can get dental bridges if you are not the right candidate for dental implants. A dental bridge helps cover the gap left by a missing tooth or teeth. A crown supports both sides of the dental bridge. Dental bridges are custom-made and offer a long-term solution for missing teeth, and are fixed, improving the aesthetic and functionality of the teeth.
You can use dental crowns for different purposes. You can use them to restore an existing tooth and support a dental bridge. Dental crowns can also serve as the prosthetic which the dentist places on implants.
Dentures are a removable dental restoration for missing teeth. They are custom made for each patient to fit on the gums. The materials used to make dentures make them look like natural teeth. They are a comfortable and cost-effective option for replacing missing your teeth.
You can temporarily secure your dentures with adhesives or use an implant-retained denture to secure your denture permanently.
Dental implants are a popular and permanent solution for replacing missing teeth, and our dentists will fit the implants in your jaw for it to integrate with your jawbone. The implants serve as the root of the teeth. You can opt for any other restoration to serve as the crown. With your dental implants, you can eat normally and have a perfect smile again.
Dental implants serve as the root of the teeth, so they help to prevent receding gums and bone loss, which further prevent the ageing effect of a staffing face.
To have a successful treatment with dental restorations, get regular dental check-ups to detect dental issues at an early stage. This makes attending your regular dental check-ups important. Detecting a dental issue early also increases your chances of undergoing a less invasive and affordable treatment.
Suppose your teeth are missing in an inconspicuous position. In that case, you still need to consider replacing it with any dental restoration to prevent other dental issues and reduce the risk of facial sagging due to ageing.