Restorative dentistry is an umbrella term, involving everything to do with restoring those pearly whites – this includes physical corrections such as a dental crown, straightening, strengthening and even full-mouth reconstruction, or aesthetic procedures such as tooth whitening. There is much evidence showing that restorative dentistry is beneficial in treating gum disease as well as pain in the head and neck, as well as general overall health. Although many people are unaware of it, dental issues have even been linked to some forms of heart disease, so it really does pay to opt for restorative dentistry if you need it.
Restorative dentistry can enhance oral health and boost your teeth and confidence. If you have chipped, damaged or stained teeth, a dental crown would remedy the issue quickly and painlessly. A porcelain dental crown is one of the most popular restorative procedures and for good reason. For more serious problems, full-mouth reconstruction can also be performed as restorative dentistry.
Restorative dentistry also concerns fillings, including tooth-colored restoration, gum disease and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, which can cause intense pain around the jaw. TMJ as well as gum-disease can both be addressed, treated and rectified with restorative dentistry, and a porcelain dental crown may also be used to correct teeth imperfections that occur as a result of these problems.
Restorative dentistry can take place for aesthetic reasons or to address health concerns, depending on the issues you have and the treatment our trained staff thinks would work best. This may involve full-mouth reconstruction if necessary, although this is for the more advanced oral health problems.
With a short visit to The Reno Dentist your teeth concerns can be corrected, leaving you with a perfect set of teeth that will enhance your smile and confidence, letting you get on with your day and your life in comfort.
Below is more information on some of our most popular restorative dentistry treatments:
Contact our office today for a reconstructive dentistry consultation. Whether you need a single dental crown or a full-mouth reconstruction, The Reno Dentist has the experience and expertise to help with your specific situation. If you live or work in Spanish Springs, Reno, Sparks NV or the surrounding area, call us in Reno at the number above or fill out the form on this page.