Achieve Good Oral Health
Your teeth are unable to heal themselves and may require restoration to repair them. In addition to addressing progressive diseases, such as tooth decay and gum disease, our restorative treatments can improve the function of your smile.
What Is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry aims to make your smile whole and healthy again in the wake of disease or other trauma. This type of care may address oral disease, mild to severe physical damage, or tooth loss. Because your oral tissues will not regenerate themselves after injury, and because oral diseases like tooth decay and gingivitis are progressive in nature, you will need treatment to address disease and repair structural damage.
Tooth decay affects nearly every patient who walks through our door. To address decay we offer composite fillings. Your dentist will clear away decay and fill your cavity with tooth-colored material for a seamless finish.
Providing Long-Term Protection
In the case of severe esthetic or physical damage to your tooth – or if you have undergone a root canal treatment – your tooth may require substantial coverage and protection. We offer beautiful dental crowns to restore your function and appearance while protecting your natural tooth. Or, for moderate damage, we may offer inlays or onlays.
Safeguarding Your Entire Smile
An infected or highly problematic tooth will continue worsen. Additionally, an unhealthy tooth, particularly an infected one, compromises the health of surrounding teeth and tissue. At Dental Associates of Moreno Valley, we provide tooth extractions for concerns like severe infection or impacted wisdom teeth.
Replacing Missing Teeth
By replacing lost teeth, you will feel more confident about your appearance. You will also regain the ability to speak articulately and indulge in your favorite foods. For partial tooth loss, we may suggest a dental bridge or partial denture. We can also address total tooth loss with complete dentures – patients may choose traditional dentures, or may elect implant-retained dentures for enhanced stability.