Restorative dentistry services can return your teeth to a state of completeness. Translation: We repair broken teeth, replace missing teeth, fill in cracks and cavities, and save teeth damaged by decay.
If you’re in Northwest Florida, you’ll be treated like a VIP at Smileology. We search the nation for better restorative dentistry techniques and equipment, then bring them back here.
While in a comfortable setting, you can enjoy the latest technologies for restoring damage to your broken tooth, cracked tooth, tooth decay, or missing teeth; our services include things such as crowns, bridges, dental implants, customized fillings, or dentures.
Benefits of Restorative Dentistry
Have you lost a tooth or suffered damage to a tooth or teeth? We know how stressful it is to have a dental problem and want it to be resolved quickly. And that’s why we would love to help you!
If you have any missing teeth, it can be very important to replace them. An empty socket can become infected; plus, other teeth can move from their positions toward the empty socket. So, replacing missing teeth can protect your other teeth and your overall health.
If you have a cracked tooth or broken tooth, it can become infected or can continue losing structure until an extraction is necessary. In contrast, repairing a broken tooth can:
- Make your smile look much better.
- Help you eat normally and get more nutrition and energy.
- Relieve the stress of worry, making you feel better.
- Relieve any pain or discomfort it caused.
- Prevent tooth decay.
Dr. Broutin’s favorite activity is helping people. He loves to use restorative dentistry to restore not only a missing or damaged tooth but also to improve patients’ overall health.
When Would I Need Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry includes procedures to restore a tooth or teeth to a healthy state. Dental issues it solves can include:
- A cracked tooth.
- A broken tooth.
- Missing teeth.
- Tooth decay.
- Accidental trauma to the teeth.
We can also reshape an unsightly tooth. We can use a crown, for example, to cover and protect a tooth that looks bad, improving its shape and coloring. This can complete and improve a smile that has seemed incomplete for years.
Contact Smileology for Tooth Restoration
We continually study and practice restorative dentistry techniques and acquire state-of-the-art dental technology. If you want your crown, implant, dentures, or other restoration done right, contact Smileology today.