We perform comprehensive treatments for restorative dental procedures. Our dentists do full dental reconstruction and dental implants.
No matter how hard you may try to maintain your teeth healthy and clean, things can still go in another direction. The restorative dental care branch works to repair your teeth after tooth loss, accidents, and illness.
This branch of dentistry covers all forms of tooth replacement and repair. Restorative dental helps with both functionality, making it easier to eat and chew, and appearance. So you can smile without hesitation.
Restorative dentistry can entirely transform a smile to its former function and beauty. Some key reasons why you may seek restorative dental treatments include:
- Chipped or broken teeth
- Lost teeth due to age, infection, or injury
- Teeth that are worn down
- Protection and preservation
- A large number of missing teeth
- Bone loss
Restorative dental procedures are both preventative and corrective. For example, your dentist may recommend a tooth removed as a preventive measure before it becomes problematic in the future. Your dentist may also recommend a tooth removed to correct an overcrowded bite. Both procedures are considered restorative dental care but for different reasons.
Restorative Dental Procedures Benefits
There are various benefits to restorative dental. You have the opportunity to restore your mouth entirely.
- Improved tooth alignment
- Bite improvement
- Balanced weight on the jaw
- Eating and chewing is safer and easier
- Prevention against further infection
- Regain the use of entire mouth
- Aesthetically pleasing smile
- Dental Fillings
- Dental Implants
- Fixed Bridges
- Dental fillings – Dentists have filled and restored teeth with materials made of mercury and silver for over 100 years.
- Bridges – Dental bridges are permanent, prosthetic sets of teeth that can be installed in your mouth. Bridges will give you a fully functional bite that allows you to smile, eat, drink, and talk like you normally would.
- Crowns –Crowns are full coverage restorations used to cover a tooth that is too broken down or is likely to break to be restored with a filling.
- Dentures – Dentures have been the oldest way to replace missing teeth in the upper and lower arches. They are typically fabricated from porcelain teeth or acrylic with plastic teeth. They can replace all your missing teeth, whether you are missing only one tooth or all your teeth.
- Dental Implants–If you want to stabilize your dentures or have missing teeth, dental implants are the closest things to natural and permanent teeth.
- Trauma & intensive care
- Aged Care
- Community Services
- Diagnosis & Investigation
- Medical & Surgical
- Specialised Support Service