Restorations: A Few Things To Commit To Memory

When we begin a discussion with you about fixing up your smile, you often hear us talking about providing you with restorations. The goal, of course, is to bring you from your current state of oral health (which includes damage) to an excellent state that’s free of damage. This means your tissues are all healthy and functioning correctly, and it means your smile looks like it did previously, as well. As you know, restorative dentistry offers impressive repairs! As you also know, when you’re just starting out, it’s easy to feel a little lost because you need some additional facts. By brushing up on details regarding restorations, you’ll quickly feel like you’ve got a new handle on how we make teeth better.

#1: What Is A Restoration, Anyway?

So, we inform you that you need restorative dentistry because of damage to your smile. We may place a filling, a crown, a bridge, or some other treatment that will replace the missing tissue and restore your smile. We call the prosthetics or treatments used to replace tissue your restorations.

#2: We Often Offer Same Day Restorations

Sometimes, we can offer same day restorations, thanks to advanced CAD/CAM technology. This is frequently possible with dental crowns and more! To find out if you’re a candidate, all you need to do is schedule a visit and talk over your options with us.

#3: They’re Lasting, Lifelike, and Lovely

Receiving restorative dentistry with us means you’re going to walk out of our practice with the following:

  • A restoration that is safe for your smile and your tissues
  • A restoration that is going to stand the test of time
  • Restorative care that is completed with lifelike materials for a smile that looks beautiful (because it looks natural)

Come In For Restorations To Save Your Smile

See us for the restorative care that we suggest in order to keep your smile working well, healthy, and beautiful, too! To schedule a visit for in Lake Orion, MI, call Lake Orion Family Dentistry today at 248-693-6213.