Visit Our Dental Office for a Dental Restoration

Posted on: March 16, 2018

If you damage one of your teeth, we encourage you to visit our office to see a dentist. We can help to restore a damaged tooth for a natural appearance. The functionality of your teeth is incredibly important. While we can improve the appearance of your tooth with a dental restoration, we will do so in a way that also ensures the functionality of a tooth.

This is one of the challenges with not seeking repairs for a tooth. You may begin to adjust how you eat and bite down on a regular basis in order to prevent that tooth from touching a piece of food or experiencing the pressure of biting down. This can lead to further complications including jaw pain and even symptoms of TMJ.

For this and many reasons, we encourage you to visit our office for an immediate dental restoration.

Types of Dental Restorations

Dental bonding

Dental bonding is a non-invasive solution that we use to correct cracked or chipped teeth. In this procedure we place tooth color bonding material onto the surface of your tooth, smooth it out, shape it, and then harden it. By the time you leave our office, we will fully restore the tooth and make it natural-looking.

No one will be able to tell the difference from the other natural teeth. Since this is a non-invasive solution, we recommend it for children or anyone that has concerns about tooth sensitivity.

Dental Veneers

Veneers are another common solution that we used to save teeth that have been cracked or chipped. Simultaneously, this is a popular solution for anyone that is looking to improve the overall appearance of their smile. If you like to look at magazines and see how beautiful everyone's smile appears, know that their smile probably looks that way because they visited a cosmetic dentist office. But visiting a dentist you can have a similar smile and certainly one that is just as beautiful.

Dental Crowns

If your tooth has been seriously damaged in an accident or you have suffered from a severe infection, there's a good chance that you are going to need a major restoration. In this case, dental crowns are your best option because a crown is a cap that surrounds the visible portion of your tooth.

This way when you bite down nothing will touch the tooth underneath. Our dental crowns can be created using two colored materials that they blend in providing you with a restoration that is durable and also natural-looking.

Schedule a Consultation With a Dentist

We invite you to visit our local dentist office anytime that you have a dental emergency or damage your tooth. We can examine you and then let you know which options we feel would do the best job of restoring your tooth. We can present you with a variety of solutions so that you can select one that works for your budget, your lifestyle, and the goals you have for your smile.

How can you really use this information?

Request an appointment in our Roy dental office here: https://www.mydavidsondental.com. Or call us at (801) 252-4814 for more information from Davidson Dental.


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