Restorative Dentistry

Renew the Health, Function, and Appearance of Your Teeth and Gums

Restorative dentistry corrects your tooth damage that results from decay, oral disease, or tooth loos. Each treatment renews your tooth function and the appearance of your smile.

Natural-Looking Restoration of Your Tooth Structure

Tooth damage or oral decay causes ongoing risks to your health. Dental crowns rebuild your tooth structure with a natural-looking cover that restores your tooth’s function.

Your crown restores your chewing ability and helps keep your bone and gum tissue healthy. Porcelain, porcelain fused to metal (PFM), ceramic, or gold can be used to create your crown.

Fill Missing Tooth Gaps

Losing a tooth or teeth creates an unhealthy space between your teeth. The gap can cause your surrounding teeth to move out of alignment.

A dental bridge replaces your lost tooth. The treatment fills the tooth gap and restores your tooth function with a cost effective tooth replacement.

Your dental bridge uses the support of your existing teeth or a dental implant. It’s secured on each side of your missing tooth gap to restore your chewing ability and overall function.

Save Your Tooth and Avoid an Extraction

Your mouth pain can be caused by an oral infection. When your infection worsens you can face having your tooth extracted.

Root canal therapy removes the harmful infection from your tooth, saves your tooth, and restores its function. Sedation and available technology provides you a comfortable root canal procedure that promotes recovery and healing.

Full or Partial Tooth Replacement

Your oral health is at risk when you delay tooth replacement. The loss of all or some of your teeth has an impact on your ability to chew and smile.

One or more of your missing teeth can be replaced with a partial denture. Your partial denture is removable and uses the support of your surrounding teeth as it helps with alignment and the restoration of your chewing ability.

Total tooth loss creates numerous problems for your oral health and your appearance. Full dentures can replace all of your teeth in the upper and/or lower arches of your mouth to restore your ability to eat, chew, and smile.

Full dentures are removable. A fixed denture is also available by using dental implants at designated locations in your jawbone.

Contact your St. Simons restorative dentist. Schedule an examination to discuss your tooth loss, your tooth damage, and solutions that restore your health and tooth function.