What are some common types of dental restoration?
At King Centre Dental, the team offers various dental restoration techniques, including:
Dental crowns envelop a severely damaged or decaying tooth. They’re synthetic caps made of ceramic or porcelain that restore your tooth to its near-original size and appearance. With good oral hygiene and routine checkups, crowns often last between 12 and 15 years.
Dental implants are small metal posts that replace your tooth roots. They’re inserted into your jaw during a brief procedure and integrate with your natural bone structure. Once the integration process is complete, implants provide a base for crowns, bridges, or fixed dentures.
Bridges fill a gap in your smile caused by one (or several) missing teeth. The team at King Centre Dental offers several types of bridges, including Maryland, cantilever, traditional, and implant-supported.
Dentures are removable prosthetics that replace some or all of your teeth. They make it easy to perform routine tasks like biting and chewing and make your smile and facial structure more aesthetically pleasing.
Veneers are custom restorations that cover minor oral imperfections like stains, gaps, or smaller-than-average teeth. They’re bonded to the front of your natural teeth and last an average of 12-15 years.
If you experience a deep cavity or severely damage a tooth, you might benefit from root canal therapy. A root canal is a restorative procedure that removes inflamed or infected pulp from the center of your tooth. That stops the pain, limits the infection from spreading, and preserves your permanent tooth.
What type of dental restoration will benefit me?
To determine the type of dental restoration that will benefit you most, your King Centre Dental provider conducts an oral exam and takes a series of oral X-rays. After assessing your oral health and asking about your goals, they design a custom treatment plan that aligns with your budget and needs.
To improve your oral health with dental restoration, make an appointment at King Centre Denta
l by calling the office today or scheduling online.