If one of your teeth has been compromised by decay or damage, you probably feel like it’s the only thing people see when they look at you. Your lifestyle is impacted because eating the foods you love can be uncomfortable, and worse yet, you probably just don’t feel like smiling at all.
We’re Here to Find the Right Solution for You
You may have one damaged tooth, or maybe a variety of dental problems have come together at once, leaving you to face some challenging decisions about your treatment. There’s certainly a lot to think about, but you can rely on us to help you find the most appropriate, cost-effective solution for you.
The treatments we choose are unique to you because we take all your needs into account when we talk to you about your options. With an eye toward improving your appearance, we can help you achieve optimal oral health, restore function, and transform your smile.
What Restorative Dentistry Can Do for You
Restorative dentistry at Gardner Springs Dentistry is basically any treatment that repairs a broken or decayed tooth to its proper form and function. This can be as simple as a tooth-colored filling or may include a combination of restorative and prosthetic treatments. We want to help you enjoy a healthy, vibrant smile, but the steps we take to achieve that goal are unique to each individual.
There are so many solutions to choose from that we can correct virtually any problem you’re experiencing. Every case is different, but Dr. Gardner and our team will design a plan that is just right for you. Treatment may include services such as:
- Crowns & Bridges – Crowns are a type of restoration that covers or “caps” all or most of your natural tooth. A bridge is a fixed dental appliance that is attached to adjacent teeth to fill the space left by a missing tooth or teeth.
- Tooth-Colored Composite Fillings – The material used for composite fillings can be shaded to match the color of your natural teeth. Tooth-colored composites builds up teeth damaged by erosion in a process called dental bonding, which can also be used to repair cracked, chipped, or fractured teeth.
- Dental Implants and Dentures – We can choose from several options if one or more teeth are missing. Dental implants mimic the appearance and function of a natural tooth and are a standalone tooth replacement. Implants are also an effective solution for stabilizing bridges and dentures. Complete or partial dentures can be used if you’re missing several teeth, and implant-supported dentures provide the ultimate in comfort and convenience.
Please Call Us to Arrange a Consultation
If you have dental problems that need attention, we have the options you need to get your oral health back on track. We want you to be an active partner in your oral health care and will take the time to learn about your goals, while focusing on your overall wellness.
The best place to start is by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Gardner. Once we evaluate the current state of your oral health, we can make appropriate recommendations and work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan.