Restorative Dentistry & Broken Teeth Repair in Atlanta, GA
Much of family dentistry falls into the category of restorative dentistry. This discipline is designed to provide tooth pain relief and restore your teeth to natural function, especially when dealing with broken teeth. The most common services are:
Dentures & partials
Complete and partial dentures are designed to replace lost teeth and restore your smile to completeness. No one enjoys losing their natural teeth. Fortunately, dentures allow you to eat and speak as if you had your own teeth. Once you are accustomed to wearing the dentures, your normal function and appearance will be restored as well as possible. We also use specialized mini-dental implants and regular dental implants to further stabilize full or partial dentures.
A dental crown is a complete outer protective shell that fits snugly over your natural tooth like a cap. Often referred to as a “cap,” a dental crown is fabricated to fit precisely over teeth that are cracked, broken, or have large amounts of decay in them and need extra structural support and protection. A dental crown is an excellent way to repair large cracked fillings, broken teeth repair, and relieve tooth pain.
The dentist uses a dental bridge fills the space created by one or more missing teeth. Teeth on either side of the missing tooth or teeth are used as abutments, hence the name. A bridge replaces the missing tooth, both functionally and cosmetically. Bridgework is both an art and an exact science. A missing tooth should be replaced as soon as possible for several reasons. Without treatment, the teeth surrounding the gap will shift inward, creating a chain reaction of problems. When one tooth is lost or missing, the nearby teeth can easily start to “fall” like dominoes. Don’t let this happen to you or your loved ones.
We have helped thousands of people of all ages in Ansley Park, Morningside, Virginia Highlands, Atlanta or Midtown in Fulton County, GA and neighboring comunities. Talk to our dentist about your tooth pain or restorative needs.
To learn more about restorative dentistry, call us at 404.892.3545 or use our Request and Appointment form.