Restorative Dentistry in Dallas, GA
Restoring Your Smile & Confidence
With our restorative dentistry options, the team at Distinctive Dentistry can repair your smile so that it looks and feels like new. We’re ready to rebuild your teeth and restore your confidence using one of the services below, and to learn which one might be right for you, contact us today.
Why Choose Distinctive Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?
- Team of Compassionate & Highly Experienced Dentists
- We Only Use the Highest-Quality Materials
- Flexible Payment Options Make Every Treatment Affordable
For a minor cavity, we can fix it in a single appointment with a tooth-colored filling. After removing the decayed enamel, we’ll replace it with composite resin. This offers many advantages compared to traditional amalgam, in that it can be shaded to seamlessly blend with the rest of the tooth, and the material also doesn’t respond to temperature like metal. This means a patient won’t experience as much sensitivity afterward, plus the filling has a lower risk of cracking and breaking in the future.
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We place crowns for many reasons: to cover damaged or discolored teeth, to cap a tooth that’s had a root canal, or to strengthen weakened teeth. There are different types of crowns, including traditional gold, silver, and natural-looking porcelain crowns. The material we end up using will depend on your specific needs, but the result will basically be the same: a renewed smile that functions properly and a tooth that can be trusted to stand the test of time.
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If you are missing one or more consecutive teeth in a row, a dental bridge can be used to close the gap. A series of dental crowns is put into the space, with the ones on either end being fitted over adjacent natural teeth. This gives the prosthetic its stability. Our bridges not only allow a patient to bite and chew like normal, but they also restore the appearance of the smile, plus they prevent the neighboring teeth from drifting out of place.
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With a denture, we can replace several or even all of the teeth along a single row with one custom-made prosthetic. Partial dentures are designed to complete the smile like a puzzle piece, as they can be shaped to fill in the gaps between remaining teeth. Full dentures, on the other hand, sit directly on the gums to bring back an entire arch. We offer removable as well as implant dentures for patients who want to enjoy the most secure and longest-lasting fit possible.
Has it been a very long time since you’ve been to the dentist? Do you have many decayed, broken, or missing teeth, and you don’t know where to start when it comes to getting everything fixed? We work with plenty of patients in this situation, and while many feel overwhelmed, we’re able to offer them hope with a full-mouth reconstruction. This process involves combining a specially selected group of restorative and cosmetic treatments to renew the health, function, and appearance of the smile over the course of a few weeks.