Restorative Dentistry Phoenix, AZ

Dental Restoration Phoenix, AZ

Dental Restoration Phoenix

Sometimes teeth are damaged because of cavities, heavy bite forces, or trauma. If a root canal is needed to salvage a compromised nerve, the tooth may be very fragile after treatment. Dental crowns, or caps, allow these teeth to be rebuilt and covered with materials that mimic nature. Crowns can be crafted to repair a single tooth or multiple teeth. They can also be used in conjunction with dental implants to fill a space. Schedule Your Appointment
Dental fillings are one of the most common procedures in dentistry. In this routine treatment, we will inject an anesthetic near the tooth to numb the area. Then, we will use a dental drill to remove any decay present in the area and fill in the carved-out space with a dental restoration material. Fillings can be made of gold, porcelain, amalgam, or tooth-colored composite resin depending on your budget and aesthetic desires. Schedule Your Appointment
A dental implant is a metal screw that is surgically placed in the jaw bone to act as an artificial tooth root. Once the surgical site is healed, a crown will be placed on top of the implant to complete your smile. Dental implants feel and function like natural teeth and last a lifetime. Unlike removable dentures, dental implants are a permanent solution. Many patients do not even notice a difference between their replacement teeth and natural teeth. Dental implants allow patients to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. Schedule Your Appointment
Whenever you drive across a bridge, you're being supported by the same principles that support a dental bridge. Dental Bridges are used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. It's called a bridge because it spans the space and is attached at both ends to other teeth. An artificial tooth is connected to the supporting teeth and replaces the missing tooth. Many patients choose bridges because it is an affordable treatment to replace multiple teeth. Schedule Your Appointment
Dentures are an affordable way to replace any number of missing teeth. They have a long history of success, and over 40 million Americans rely on dentures to maintain oral function. Dentures are removable substitutes for missing teeth. Full dentures are used when a person is missing all their natural teeth, while partial dentures replace only a few missing teeth to eliminate gaps and improve oral functions. Denture treatment is customized to each patient’s specific needs. Our team can help you decide which option works best for your smile. Schedule Your Appointment
Teeth sometimes need to be removed to protect your health. Whether your mouth doesn’t have enough space for wisdom teeth to erupt properly or you have a tooth that is too damaged to save, our team will take every step to help you. Your well-being always takes priority in any treatment decision. Some patients prefer sedation to help with oral surgery, and we can review these options in your treatment plan. Our team will take every measure to make sure even minor surgical procedures are as comfortable as possible. Schedule Your Appointment
Toothaches are a vivid reminder that teeth aren't just pieces of hard tissue floating around in the gums. They are intricately formed sensory organs with layers of dentin and enamel protecting a living pulp. Coursing through the tooth's pulp is a vital bundle of nerves and blood vessels providing nutrients and sensation to each tooth. Root canals are the most common way to treat problemed pulp. We will remove the pulp and carefully clean out the canal. The space that is used to hold the pulp is then filled and sealed. Afterward, a crown or a restorative structure will be placed on the treated tooth to protect it and allow normal function. You may experience slight pain and discomfort for a few days after your root canal. Schedule Your Appointment

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