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Everyone wants to feel good about their smile, however, that is not always possible. Broken or misshapen teeth, as well as missing teeth, can hurt your confidence and keep you from smiling. The good news is you don’t have to hide your smile. The restorative dentistry team at New Leaf Rohnert Park can help treat imperfect teeth and other dental concerns, as well as replace missing teeth, giving you back a smile to be proud of.
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Why choose our Rohnert Park restorative dentist
At New Leaf Rohnert Park, your oral health and smile is our top priority. We understand how dental concerns can keep you from smiling, but it is much more than that. Decayed, misshapen, and even missing teeth can all keep you from smiling, but these dental concerns can also make eating difficult and contribute to health complications.
Our restorative dental team is here to help restore your smile, your oral health, and your self-confidence. With our state-of-the-art technology, treatment times are quicker, getting you out the door and flashing your smile to the world.
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Types of Restorative Dentistry?
When dental decay builds up on your teeth, over time it wears down the enamel, creating cavities. Dentists use fillings to fill these small holes in order to prevent continued decay and damage to the tooth. If left untreated, cavities can lead to tooth loss, so it is important to address them before they do too much damage.
Dental crowns are caps that cover your natural tooth, helping to restore size, strength, shape and appearance of your tooth. Crowns can be used to protect weak teeth, restore broken teeth, cover large fillings, hold a dental bridge in place or cover and reshape misshapen teeth. In addition, crowns play an essential part of dental implants.
Missing teeth can make it difficult to eat and talk and leaves many patients feeling very self-conscious of their smile. Dentures, whether full, partial or implant-supported, are removable oral appliances designed to replace your missing teeth and give you back your smile and functionality.
Cracked teeth can occur from decay, injuries, or even aging. When a tooth cracks you can experience pain and sensitivity, as well as have trouble eating. How our team repairs a cracked tooth depends on the area of the tooth and how deep the crack is. Treatment can include simple bonding to a root canal and crown.
Often referred to as partial crowns, inlays and onlays are a perfect restorative treatment option when your tooth has small fillings, cracks, or chips but does not have extensive damage or decay. Inlays and onlays bond to the tooth, covering the damage and preventing further damage.
Benefits of Restorative Dentistry
Our Guarantee to Excellence
The caring professional team at New Leaf Rohnert Park strives to give all our patients a healthy, beautiful smile. If you suffer from decayed or missing teeth and want to have a smile you can be proud of, we guarantee that we will work with you to find the best treatment options that not only help to restore your smile, but also improve and maintain good oral health.
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Stop hiding behind closed lips and let your smile shine to everyone around you. New Leaf Rohnert Park is here to help you restore a beautiful, functional smile today.
Contact New Leaf Rohnert Park today to request an appointment and let our team of caring dental professionals help you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile that you can be proud of.
What is restorative dentistry?
At New Leaf Rohnert Park, we offer a wide range of restorative dentistry services that focus on giving you back your smile as well as your functionality. Listed below are some of our many services offered to help you achieve and maintain a healthy smile and full functionality.
What are some common restorative dentistry treatments?
There are several restorative dentistry treatments that can help fix damaged or missing teeth. Some common treatments include:
- Fillings: Used to repair cavities or small areas of tooth decay.
- Crowns: Custom-made caps that cover and protect damaged teeth.
- Bridges: Replace one or more missing teeth by using healthy teeth on either side of the gap for support.
- Dental implants: Replace missing teeth by using a titanium post that’s inserted into the jawbone to support a crown, bridge, or denture.