Restorative Dentistry Restores Gainesville Smiles
When we’re unable to prevent dental damage and decay, the D Smiles Family Dentistry team is still here to help. We offer a wide variety of restorative dentistry solutions to repair the function and appearance of damaged or decayed teeth. If you experience oral health concerns that require restorative dental care, please don’t hesitate to contact our Gainesville dental office to schedule an appointment. We welcome patients from Manassas and other surrounding communities, and we can often fit in patients in need of urgent care on the same day as their initial phone call.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Dental crowns and bridges are the two most commonly used advanced dental restorations. A crown fits completely over the top of a tooth to repair and replace damaged structure. Fixed bridges replace missing teeth by attaching a replacement tooth to dental crowns on both sides. Both of these restorations are long lasting, durable, and natural looking and feeling.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Missing numerous teeth or a whole row of teeth? Patients with advanced tooth loss often struggle with confidence, but perhaps more importantly, these patients find it difficult to chew and speak clearly. We are happy to provide custom crafted partial and full dentures to restore your smile following advanced tooth loss.
Let us help you save a severely damaged or decayed tooth with root canal therapy. This dreaded dental procedure actually relieves toothache pain! When dental damage accesses the nerve structure of your tooth, root canal therapy is necessary to relieve pain, restore the damaged dental structure, and protect your tooth from extraction.
Traditional fillings were made of dark metal amalgam. While these fillings offer durable restoration, they leave something to be desired in appearance. Tooth-colored fillings are made from a high-quality composite resin material. Directly applied to damaged teeth, this natural looking restoration also allows us to preserve a greater amount of natural tooth structure.
Wisdom Tooth Extractions
Wisdom does not necessarily arrive with wisdom teeth. Instead, many patients just experience a toothache and teeth that shift out of their proper alignment. To prevent these unnecessary issues, we may recommend wisdom tooth extraction. These procedures are comfortable and safe, and they help patients maintain their optimal level of oral health.