If you damage a tooth or develop a cavity, dental restorations can prevent further damage and restore your smile. At ToothDocs, with locations in Roslyn, New York, and two offices in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, the team offers several types of dental restorations, including crowns, bridges, and dental implants. To schedule an appointment at the nearest location, call the office, or book online today.
Dental restorations replace missing teeth or restore a tooth’s structure. They provide a safe and effective way to address tooth decay, deteriorating tooth enamel, chips, and fractures. Dental restorations can preserve your teeth for years to come, lowering the risk of extractions and other more complex procedures.
At ToothDocs, the team offers a variety of dental restorations, including:
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped coverings used to address deep decay or significant tooth damage. They’re typically bonded to molars or premolars — the teeth at the very back of your mouth. Dental crowns restore the strength and overall structure of your tooth. With good oral hygiene, they can last for 10-15 years.
Dental bridges are a type of dental restoration used to repair a gap in your smile. If you lose a permanent tooth, a dental bridge can fill the empty socket, preventing other potential problems like gum recession and bone loss. The team at ToothDocs offers several types of dental bridges, including traditional, cantilever, Maryland, and implant-supported.
If you’re missing multiple teeth, consider dental implants. Dental implants are posts made from titanium that provide a base for dental crowns, dental bridges, or implant-supported dentures. The team at ToothDocs places them into your jawbone during a quick outpatient procedure.
If you’re missing some or all of your teeth, dentures can repair your smile, boosting your confidence and self-esteem. The team at ToothDocs offers partial dentures, complete dentures, and implant-supported dentures. The type that will most benefit you depends on the number of teeth missing, your budget, and oral health history.
Anyone who has damaged, decaying, or missing teeth can benefit from dental restorations. Without prompt intervention, your risk of more serious health problems, including bone loss and gum recession, increases.
Following an oral exam, a review of your oral health history, and a discussion of your lifestyle and goals for treatment, the team at ToothDocs can develop a custom treatment plan that aligns with your needs.
To learn more about the benefits of dental restorations, schedule a consultation at ToothDocs. Book an appointment online, or call the nearest office today.