We all do our best to care for our smiles and prevent dental damage, but, sometimes, issues arise despite our efforts. Our Novato dentists are here to give you some more information about what you can do to repair damage. Keep reading to learn more about the restorative treatments we offer…
White Fillings: If you’re dealing with a cavity, our team will remove the infected material, and apply a natural-looking, custom-shaded white filling.
Dental bonding: using composite resin, our dentists repair dental damage, close gaps between teeth, and even lengthen worn-down dental enamel.
CAD/CAM Crowns—metal free: our office is specially equipped so that we can design, craft, and place your crowns right here. This streamlines the treatment process for you, and it helps to ensure exceptional results, because we are able to make any necessary alterations to your crown on site.
Veneers: these thin dental restorations are designed to be permanently applied to the patient’s natural tooth structure, thus transforming the smile. Patients love veneers because they are easy to care for, and they generally take only two to three appointments to complete.
Dental implants: for patients missing teeth, dental implants are absolutely the state-of-the-art restorative solution. These replacement teeth are permanently grounded into the patient’s jawbone with a small titanium screw (or replacement root, if you want to think of it that way). The natural-looking restoration is then attached to the titanium root.
Bridges: this type of tooth replacement treatment is attached to adjacent teeth, and held in place that way. Bridges can be used to replace single teeth or multiple consecutive teeth.
Dentures: traditional dentures are designed to sit on top of the patient’s gum tissue, thus replacing the visible teeth. Now, our restorative dentists are able to permanently hold dentures in place with a few selectively-placed implant roots.
No matter what your dental woe, our Novato dentists are here to help you love your smile again. Give us a call to learn more!