Nowadays, numerous options are available under restorative dentistry. Thanks to this particular field, repairing the structure of the tooth, replacing missing teeth, and fixing the broken parts is highly possible. With its help, patients suffering from decay, deterioration, or fracture of the teeth can opt for a particular procedure that can effectively serve as a solution for their needs.
Here are some examples of tooth restoration procedures:
Dental fillings are one of the most prevalent types of restorations. There are a variety of materials used for fillings, including metals like gold and silver amalgam. But for a more aesthetic solution, our practice at Sunny Isles Dental offers composite fillings that can mimic the overall natural form of original teeth. Compared to the traditional approach, composite fillings require less enamel reduction, and the material also bonds directly with the teeth for a quick fix.
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps placed over the tooth. Using crowns will restore the shape, size, and strength of a compromised tooth to improve its overall appearance significantly. Dental crowns are necessary to hold a bridge in place and act as a cover for a dental implant. Getting dental crowns requires multiple visits since it involves sending dental impressions to an offsite lab for the creation of permanent crowns.
Dental Bridges, as its name implies, is a type of prosthesis that “bridges” the gaps due to missing teeth. It consists of crowns at both ends to serve as anchors and pontics (fake teeth) in the middle to fill in the spaces.
Dental implants are a type of restoration that replaces both the lost teeth and its roots. Instead of wearing prostheses over the gums, implant-supported restorations sits securely on the mouth with the help of a screw-like post drilled into the jawbone. Depending on the needs of a patient, a crown, bridge, or dentures would be utilized.
Dentures are a removable form of restorative devices. Generally, dentures are made of acrylic resin that is often combined with metal attachments. There are two types of dentures: complete dentures which replaces the entire dental arches and partial dentures that restores a few missing teeth.
Ready to restore your teeth’s former glory? Bring back that smile with our Restorative Dentistry services in Sunny Isles Beach, FL. Schedule a consultation at Sunny Isles Dental and find out what dental restoration procedure is right for you. We are located at 17100 Collins Ave, Ste. 213 Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160.