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Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentists practice the management of diseases and other defects located in and around a patient’s teeth. In most cases, a restorative dentist is heavily involved with the diagnosis and rehabilitation of damaged, decaying or missing teeth and their supporting structures. This rehabilitation is not only necessary for a patient’s overall oral health and functionality, but also for a patient’s self-confidence. Restorative dentistry often gives patients a second chance at a healthy, beautiful smile. Tooth restoration is possible through a variety of different restorative dental procedures, including bridges, dental crowns, dental implants, dentures and tooth-colored fillings. Many restorative dentists offer a wide range of dental rehabilitations to all patients – if you’re embarrassed of your smile, consider restorative dentistry. This field of dentistry can most likely solve any functionality issues you may be having with your teeth.