Let’s discuss improving your smile. We offer options ranging from crowns and bridges to fillings. Protecting your dental health is very important to maintaining your overall health.
There are two main types of restorations
Indirect restoration occurs when the team formulates the restoration outside of the mouth using a dental impression of the prepared tooth. The most common indirect restorations consist of crowns, bridges, porcelain veneers and implants.
The dentist will remove any dental decay and any part of the tooth that is physically unsound. Temporary restoration may be performed if permanent restorations cannot be carried out.
When the tooth is ready to be restored back to a suitable form and function, the dentist will prepare the tooth for the restoration material placement. Preparations may be Intracoronal (holds restorative materials within the confines of the structure of the crown on the tooth; and Extracoronal (serves as a core or base to which the restorative material will be placed to bring the tooth back into a functional, aesthetic, and stronger structure. Examples of this are crowns, inlays and dental veneers).
Direct resoration includes placing a soft or a malleable filling into a prepared tooth, and it will build up the tooth before the material sets. A common advantage is you can have this done with only a single appointment. The most common procedure includes fillings.
Be confident in your smile.
Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body and it is incredibly brittle. If the enamel is unsupported, it can fracture easily.
Our dentists and team are continually developing their skills and attending education courses to ensure that our patients receive the most up-to-date services and procedures that will work best for each patient. Let the team at 904 Dental Care help you smile.