Restorative dentistry encompasses those dental care services aimed at helping patients restore broken or missing teeth, and to overcome disease. It is always our goal and our recommendation to try to retain as much of your natural tooth and supporting bone and tissue as possible. Depending on the extent of damage or decay, there are many different options for restoration. At VIPcare, we believe in fully informing and educating our patients so that we may make treatment decisions together based on each patient’s individual needs.
Using cutting edge technology, the latest in dental materials, and our experience and education, our team provides beautiful, strong, functional restorative dental care for times when smiles need rehabilitation. From fillings to crowns to complete tooth replacement, restorative dental care is essential for patients who want to maintain great oral health throughout their entire lives. We are committed to ensuring access to the best dental care for our patients.
Some options for restorative care include:
Our team is dedicated to continuing education so that we can provide the best possible dental care and to maintain high standards for all of our patients.
Among our modern restorative techniques are tooth colored-fillings. There are lots of benefits to choosing this type of composite resin filling over traditional silver amalgam fillings. For one thing, they’re more attractive, leaving your tooth looking completely natural and intact. For another, they don’t expand and contract with temperature changes, which means that they don’t cause fractures in the teeth over time.
In addition to fillings, we offer a variety of solutions, such as crowns, bridges, and dental implants. We strive to provide our patients with biocompatible, strong, and lifelike restorations made from porcelain whenever possible.
Our ultimate goal is to always help you keep your teeth for a lifetime…but sometimes one or more teeth are lost due to injury, decay or disease. This can affect more than your smile, sometimes leading to health problems and issues with nearby teeth, gums and even underlying bone structure. One or more dental implants can function as artificial tooth root replacements. Made of titanium and other materials that are well-suited to the human body, implants help to maintain jaw strength and health.
We are here to serve you! Please don't hesitate to ask any of our team for more information about restorative choices or any other dental care needs!