Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing and replacing damaged or missing teeth, restoring your smile to its former glory. This helps prevent more severe problems from developing and improves your overall health.
At Village Dental Checkup, Dr. Gloria Mayora has provided restorative dental care for over 25 years. She offers a variety of treatments to help restore your mouth and teeth, including fillings for cavities, root canals for removing infected tissue, crowns for strengthening weak or broken teeth, bridges for replacing a missing tooth, and dentures for those who have lost multiple teeth.
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Crowns are restorations that fit over teeth that have been damaged or decayed. At Village Dental Checkup, we have what it takes to craft crowns with durable materials like porcelain and metal alloys to give your teeth extra strength to stand the test of time.
Bridges are used as an alternative to implants, filling the gap between two teeth where one is missing. They anchor onto healthy teeth, giving you a complete smile and increased stability in your bite.
Complete dentures are removable appliances that can replace all teeth in the upper or lower arch. Full dentures are suitable for individuals who have lost all their teeth, are not candidates for dental implants, or prefer a more affordable solution.
• Partial dentures
Partial dentures are designed for individuals who still have some remaining natural teeth. They fill the gaps created by missing teeth and help prevent the remaining teeth from shifting.
• Anterior root canal therapy
Anterior teeth are the front teeth, which include incisors and canines. Anterior root canal therapy involves removing the infected or damaged pulp, cleaning and shaping the root canal, and filling it with a biocompatible material to prevent reinfection.
• Posterior root canal therapy
Posterior teeth are the back teeth, consisting of premolars and molars. Due to their location, posterior teeth can also be harder to access, requiring the dentist to use specialized techniques and equipment to perform the treatment effectively.
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Before any procedure can begin, your dentist will conduct a comprehensive oral exam to evaluate the condition of your teeth and gums, check for cavities and other issues, and develop a plan tailored to your specific needs.
Depending on your situation, Dr. Gloria will offer treatment options, dental filling or crowns, root canals, or bridges.
After the procedure, the dentist will also provide recommendations for aftercare tips which may include brushing twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and flossing at least once daily.
Follow-up visits are generally recommended so that Dr. Gloria can monitor any changes in the mouth over time and adjust treatment as needed.
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In some cases, restorative dentistry is considered an emergency procedure if an active infection due to trauma or decay requires immediate attention.
Many dental insurance coverages cover restorative dentistry procedures, such as fillings, crowns, bridges, and root canals. Reviewing your dental insurance policy or consulting with your insurance provider to understand the specific coverage details for restorative dentistry procedures is essential.