Restorative Dentistry

    In recent years dentistry offer viable alternatives to the traditional crown restoration in many cases. Where the traditional crown requires a tremendeous amount of surface area to retain the normal crown, potentially resulting in the loss of healthy, natural tooth structure for this purpose, the all - porcelaine crown can be predictable, used with significantly less surface area. The more enamel that is retained, the greated the likelihood od a succesfull outcome.      

 

 Crown

may be constructed to restore and individual damaged tooth back to it's original form and function, while a bridge may be utilized to replace one or more teeth. These restorations are cemented onto the teeth.

 
 

Dental Restoration

or dental filling is a denatl restorative material used to reatore the functions, integrity and  morphology of missing tooth structure.