As people are living longer, people are wanting to keep their teeth in a good natural condition as long as possible before resorting to something like dentures. This is why restorative dentistry is an important part of the oral health community now. It includes not only the clinical practice of looking after your teeth but also researching and in detail all about oral health care for their patients being able to cover all the different age groups. By looking after your teeth having restorative dentistry is all about focusing on rehabilitation and restoration of the issues you may have from oral diseases. As well as any trauma or meeting the aesthetic needs of their patients you have. 

The dentist will normally advise you on a treatment plan which can cover all sorts of difficult things that need doing within your oral care needs through restorative dentistry. It includes things like removable and fixed prosthodontics, periodontics, endodontics as well as implant dentistry. We offer all different kinds of treatments to help you get to that perfect bright white and straight smile you’ve been after. You can choose from:

  • Invisalign
  • Dental Cleanings
  • Dental Implants
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Fillings
  • Root Canals
  • Mouth Guards
  • Dentures
  • Implant Retained Dentures
  • Emergency Dentistry
  • Smile Makeover
  • Teeth Whitening

So whatever condition your teeth are in we are able to help out, if you only need something small like teeth whitening or a full smile makeover if you’ve been neglecting your oral health. Restorative dentistry is all about improving the health of your teeth and appearance to give you an elegant smile. It will help give you more confidence if you have struggled with crooked or missing teeth and have been hiding your smile due to this, having something like veneers or dentures can give you a full and beautiful set of teeth so you won’t stop smiling and spreading that positivity around. 

It can also help reduce tooth movement, if you have missing teeth, the gaps between can mean that you may lose other teeth and they can shift out of the space they are supposed to be in making the issues you experience worse. It will help you save money in the long term on more expensive procedures by just having a partial denture to fill a gap or simply a crown or composite to fix a broken or cracked tooth.

If you don’t treat broken teeth promptly it can lead to more issues like gum infections which can spread and affect other teeth so something like dental implants is a reliable and great option to help prevent gum infections from broken or cracked teeth. As you get older your teeth and jawbones can lose their stability and strength they once had so dental implants are a great option to help this as well so they can keep their natural teeth as long as possible.

So restorative dentistry is very important and a great long-lasting solution for keeping and protecting your natural teeth, the appearance of them, preventing movement, and your overall oral health.