Restorative Treatments

Just like your physical health, you also need to look after your dental health, in order to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Despite the fact that prevention of dental problems is always better than curing them afterwards, problems related to your teeth and their surrounding structures can still sometimes arise. Restorative dentistry involves the diagnosis and treatment of any problems related to the oral cavity and can utilize a combination of multiple specialties, such as prosthodontics, endodontics and periodontics that are brought together in order to ensure that you always enjoy excellent dental health.

 

Various procedures are performed under the scope of restorative dentistry:
 

  • Teeth Whitening – do you want to get your white teeth back? No problem! With the help of professional teeth whitening which is performed under the supervision of a dentist, you can get rid of your coffee, tea and tobacco stains, so that you enjoy a beautiful and charming smile.

  • Tooth Colored Esthetic Fillings – gone are the days when the silver amalgam was used for the restoration of teeth. Now with the help of the composite filling materials, the color and shade of the fillings can be matched with that of your natural teeth, so that these fillings blend in with your natural teeth, and are barely visible when you smile or speak.

  • Veneers – veneers are very thin coatings that are made from composite resins or porcelain, and are attached to the front surface of your prepared teeth with the help of an adhesive resin. The veneers are used to mask imperfections in the shape of the teeth as well as to hide the effect of developmental teeth stains, which cannot be removed through professional teeth whitening.

  • Porcelain Crowns – you may need crowns if you have a fractured, chipped off or a root canal treated tooth. The porcelain crowns not only restore the shape of the teeth, but also provide support and strength to the weakened teeth. With current advancements in dentistry, porcelain dental crowns provide excellent esthetics combined with durability, strength and improved functioning of the tooth.

  • Porcelain Fixed Bridges – dental bridges are very similar in design to the architectural bridges that you see on the road. A dental bridge is used for the replacement of multiple missing teeth. It derives its stability and support from the adjacent natural or dental implants. Porcelain bridges not only restore tooth functioning, but also provide excellent esthetics and provide you with a beautiful smile.

  • Dentures – have you lost all or some of your teeth? You can get your missing teeth replaced with the help of dentures that are helpful in restoring your smile as well as tooth function. Partial dentures are used for the restoration of partially missing teeth, while in case you have lost all your teeth, you require a complete denture.

 

Remember, despite tremendous advancement in the field of dentistry, there is still no perfect tooth replacement option for your natural teeth. Therefore, you should make your best efforts to retain your natural teeth by maintaining a good oral hygiene. However, if you still have any dental problem, then restorative dentistry is there to help you!

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1770 Barranca Ave
Glendora, CA  91740


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Tel: 626 339-4600

Fax: 626 339-4099

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