High-End Restorative Dentistry Services
Fillings repair a tooth’s shape and strengthen it after tooth decay is removed.
Crowns can cover and support cracked, chipped, broken, misshapen, or weak teeth.Learn More >>
Dentures replace a full or partial arch of missing teeth to give you back a full smile.Learn More >>
Dental implants are placed into the jawbone to permanently replace missing teeth.
Root Canal Therapy
If you have a severely damaged or decayed tooth, root canal therapy can preserve and repair it.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth removal can gently remove difficult wisdom teeth that can harm your oral health.
Restorative Dentistry FAQs
What services are considered restorative dentistry?
Any services that help repair a damaged tooth, replace missing teeth, or save decayed teeth are considered part of restorative dentistry. Fillings, extractions, tooth replacement solutions, root canals, and more are part of the restorative dentistry field.
Is restorative dentistry covered by insurance?
Many insurance plans cover or help cover restorative treatments. However, every plan is different so it’s important to know what is covered when it comes to your plan. If you’re in need of a restorative treatment, we can check your individual coverage before moving forward. If you don’t have insurance, don’t worry. We understand how important it is to have a healthy, attractive smile, which is why we offer a variety of payment options to make restorative dentistry more affordable for our patients.
Is restorative dentistry permanent?
Most restorative treatments are meant to be durable and long-lasting. However, with time, your restorations and fillings may need to be repaired or replaced depending on how well you care for them. When it comes to permanency, it varies from treatment to treatment. For example, some treatments can be undone, such as removing a filling. But others, like crowns, require enamel removal, which makes the treatment irreversible.