Our Glendale Dentists Review The Treatments We Use To Restore Seriously Damaged Smiles

Written by Dr. McKay on Apr 4, 2017

When a person suffers from serious dental damage, it can be destabilizing mentally, emotionally, and physically. Our Glendale dentists are here to help you restore your smile after dental trauma; we offer a range of treatment options to suit a wide variety of needs. In this short article, you’ll learn more about some of the specific treatments we offer to correct dental damage.

Keep in mind that every restorative case is different; you may achieve optimal results by combining different tools and technologies.

Dental bonding is one of the most versatile restorative options available today. During the dental bonding process our team applies customized dental resin to the natural tooth structure, and then cures the resin so that it hardens and bonds to the enamel. You may choose dental bonding to correct cracks and chips, close gaps between your teeth, and improve bite surfaces.

Personalized dental crowns are indispensable in the world of restorative dentistry. Our team offers CEREC restorations, which are same-day porcelain crowns. You can come into our office with a damaged smile, and leave, the same day, with whole and healthy teeth.

If you come into our office with a severe, embedded dental infection, or dental fractures, you may require root canal therapy. During root canal treatment, our dental team is able to go into the core of the tooth—the dental pulp—and remove all of the compromised dental materials and tissues. Once this is complete, our team sterilizes and restores the remaining healthy tooth structure.

Finally, dental patients suffering from tooth loss can restore their smiles with individual dental implants, dentures, or implant-stabilized dentures. Our dental team is here to help you determine which types of replacement teeth are best for your smile.

To get more information about all of the restorative options that we offer, contact our Glendale dentists by phone or through our website!