Composite fillings are a popular and effective dental treatment for restoring teeth affected by decay or damage. However, patients often wonder about the longevity of these fillings. Read our blog post where we shed some light on how long composite fillings typically last and factors that can impact their lifespan.
Categories for Restorative Dentistry
Nothing compares to the look, function, and feel of real teeth. However, dental implants come pretty close. Read our blog post to find out if you are a good candidate for dental implants.
If you have missing or damaged teeth, a dental crown or bridge can be just the solution to restore your smile. Take a look at our blog post for advice on how to ensure proper healing after receiving a dental crown or bridge.
With crooked, gapped, or yellowed teeth, it may seem like a more attractive smile is out of reach. However, a picture-perfect smile is no longer something you can only wish for. We can craft porcelain veneers to instantly transform your smile to result in many benefits. Read our blog post for all the details.
It can be heartbreaking to dive into one of your favorite hard foods only to discover a piece of a tooth missing. Though teeth are strong, they are not immune to cracking or chipping. Before you crack a tooth and panic, read our blog post to find out what you should do!
If the idea of getting a root canal sends shivers down your spine—don’t worry! We’re here to help you avoid needing a root canal, or hopefully any other restorative dental treatments. Read our blog post to find out how to prevent a root canal!
While dentures are made to look similar to natural teeth, they require special care to remain in great shape. Check out our blog post for tips on caring for your dentures.
Dental crowns are a widespread solution to restoring or repairing damaged teeth. The tooth-shaped cap can seal a decayed or damaged tooth, support a dental bridge, or even make a tooth look healthier. Read our blog post to learn more about dental crowns, including how long they can be expected to last.
Oral surgery is a branch of dentistry that treats more serious, complex dental cases. There are many procedures under this branch. Read our blog post to learn more about the different types of oral surgery procedures and when they may be necessary!
These days in dental care, you have more choices than ever. One important decision is with dental fillings. Dental fillings are a common way to treat cavities, and the two main options are composite fillings and metal fillings. Read our blog post to learn about the differences between the two options.