Restorative dental care is the procedure of restoring damaged and replacing missing teeth. The goal is to restore and enhance the appearance of your teeth and to maintain your oral health. Restorative dental care can also help prevent future oral health problems.
Why is restorative dental care important?
Missing and damaged teeth do not just affect your dental health and aesthetics, it also affects your self-esteem and overall health. Restoring your missing and damaged teeth makes it easier to maintain good oral health and hygiene.
When missing and damaged teeth are restored, it is easier to maintain good oral habits to prevent plaque buildup and other oral health issues. Restorative dental care treatments can help fill the gap between teeth, reposition misaligned teeth, treat discoloration and many other dental conditions.
A comprehensive dental evaluation can help determine the type of restorative dental treatment that suits your oral condition. Dr. Schwartz will recommend the most ideal restorative dental option for you.
Top 5 Restorative Dental Care Treatments
Restoring your dental health and aesthetics vary on the condition of your teeth, gums and other mouth structures. The goal is to preserve your natural teeth and treat those that need restorative dental care.
Here are the top 5 restorative dental care treatments that you may want to consider in restoring oral health and aesthetics:
#1 Dental Implants
Are you missing some teeth?
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth. They are anchored to the gums and jawbone, thus, they look and function like natural teeth.
Dental implants promote oral health while enhancing your dental aesthetics. It also offers many dental benefits such as preserving your jawbone, enhancing speech and providing a better way of chewing food.
#2 Root Canals
What is root canal therapy?
Root canal therapy is a dental procedure that treats the infected pulp of your tooth. Your tooth needs a root canal procedure when there is visible injury or swelling of the soft tissues surrounding the tooth.
When the infected pulp is cleaned, the tooth is sealed with a tooth colored resin. This is one way of preserving the tooth while boosting good oral health.
#3 Dental Bridges
Dental bridges fill the gap of missing teeth. These are anchored onto natural teeth or dental implants on either or both sides of the bridge.
A dental bridge provides comfort and functionality while improving dental aesthetics. This dental appliance helps bridge the gap between teeth while boosting your confidence to smile and flash your teeth.
Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. These are a more affordable dental option for missing teeth.
Complete dentures replace all of your teeth, while partial dentures are considered when some natural teeth remain and are retained by metal clasps attached to the natural teeth.
#5 Tooth Fillings
Tooth fillings are the most common type of dental restoration. The procedure involves removing the decayed part of the tooth and filling it with a material such as composite resin, gold and silver amalgam. Tooth fillings are minimally invasive restorative dental care treatments that help restore dental health and preserve your natural teeth. It also prevents the risk of tooth loss.
Dental restorations are effective ways of treating dental infections, gum and jawbone deterioration, fractured and missing tooth, and misaligned teeth.
Carolina Dentistry @ The StateLine serving the Ballantyne, and Charlotte communities, offers quality and cost-efficient restorative dental care treatments for you and your family. Contact us at 704-752-7602 to learn more about our restorative dental options. You may also book an appointment through our 24/7 online scheduling system.
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