Restorative dentistry is one of the most common procedures done to a patient after their cleaning and exams. Village Dental offers a wide variety of restoration procedures that will restore form, function, and comfortability in your teeth.Call Today!
There are many ways to restore a tooth such as fillings, veneers, crowns, implants, bridges, and even dentures. Restoration improves the function that your teeth perform on a daily basis such as eating, chewing, and simply talking.
Village Dental offers personalized patient care, making them feel right at home.
Lack of personal dental care can create a large accumulation of plaque and tartar around your teeth and supporting structures. If this is not treated, it can evolve into cavities, and gum disease. Not only does this make your teeth weak, it can also affect your health by making you more susceptible to sickness and other diseases.
With the help of restorative dentistry, you can preserve the natural structure of your teeth. The restoration done to your teeth is highly durable, if it is maintained carefully it can last many years.
Here is a short list of restorative procedures offered:
Restoration for minor tooth decay is the most common procedure next to Oral Prophylaxis. Your dentist will be able to check if your teeth have cavities by using an instrument called a dental probe. Here the dentist will search for cracks and catches on the surface of your teeth. In addition, annual x-rays help to see in between your teeth. Depending on the diagnosis, a specific service will be recommended.
Village Dental’s mission is to always promote good dental hygiene and give their patients the best patient care possible. Whatever your restoration may be, Village Dental has been continually serving patients for 50 years with both quality and care.
Are you starting to feel an ache in your tooth every time you take a bite? There may be a cavity forming. It’s time to visit Village Dental! Where you can get 50 years of dental excellence.
A dental crown can protect cracked teeth, protect teeth with excess decay, and replace a pre-existing crown—restoring tooth function by encasing the affected tooth with custom-designed materials.