Why Should I Get Restorative Dentistry?

By addressing dental issues quickly, you not only alleviate pain but also prevent further complications and maintain your oral health. Our restorative treatments are designed to bring back the functionality and aesthetics of your smile, allowing you to enjoy life without dental aches and pains.

Here’s How It Works


Your restorative care journey begins with a comprehensive consultation. We also take the time to conduct a detailed examination of your oral health. During the discussion, we encourage you to share your goals and expectations. This essential step allows us to build a foundation of trust and create a tailored approach to address your unique needs.

Leveraging Tech

To guarantee amazing results, we utilize cutting-edge technology, including CBCT, intraoral scanners, Digital Smile Design, advanced TMD tools, lasers, and more. These world-class tools provide precise diagnostics and allow us to visualize your procedure with unparalleled accuracy.

Personalized Treatment Plan

After gathering data, we craft a personalized treatment plan tailored exclusively to you. Your plan outlines the recommended procedures and the expected outcomes. We consider your preferences, timeline, and budget, ensuring the plan aligns perfectly with your needs.

Real Patients, Real Results

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What are the pros and cons of porcelain versus plastic restorations?

Porcelain restorations, like veneers, onlays, and crowns, offer superior durability, a natural appearance, and stain resistance. They mimic real teeth effectively. Plastic restorations, on the other hand, are more affordable but may stain easier and need to be replaced more frequently, depending on their size. The choice depends on your budget, aesthetic preferences, and long-term goals for your dental health.

What is the difference between a veneer and a crown?

Veneers and crowns serve different purposes. Veneers are thin shells applied to the front surface of teeth to enhance appearance, ideal for cosmetic improvements like stained teeth or minor chips. Crowns, also known as caps, cover the entire tooth and are suitable for extensively damaged or weakened teeth, providing strength and protection.

What is the difference between an onlay and a crown?

An onlay is a conservative restorative option that covers a portion of the tooth, preserving more natural structure. It's a good option for moderately damaged teeth. A crown covers the entire tooth and provides maximum protection, which is ideal for extensively damaged teeth. Onlays are a compromise between fillings and crowns, offering durability while conserving more of your natural tooth.

Still Have Questions?

We’re right by your side to help you understand treatment options and feel confident about your oral health journey.

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