Learn More About The Tools and Techniques Our O’Fallon Dentists Use To Restore Smiles

Written by Dr. Brace on Nov 15, 2016

Learn More About The Tools and Techniques Our O’Fallon Dentists Use To Restore Smiles

When you are dealing with the effects of dental infections and structural damage, it can be hard to believe that your smile can improve. Our O’Fallon dentists are here to tell you that you can restore your smile using state-of-the-art dental treatments!

Here are some of the treatments that we commonly utilize to rebuild damaged smiles:

In order to correct minor dental damage, like small cavities and cracked or chipped enamel, our dental team uses dental crowns and dental bonding. We use metal-free crowns that are shaded to suit the individual patient. If you choose dental bonding, we likewise personalize the shade of the dental resin we use to blend with your natural enamel.

If you are missing teeth, we offer a number of different tooth replacement options that deliver exceptional results. One of these options is the tried and true denture; this dental prosthetic replaces multiple teeth in a row. We also use dental implant technology to permanently anchor dentures into the patient’s jawbone—these are called implant stabilized dentures or All-on-4.

You can also use individual dental implants to replace single teeth. Every dental implant has a titanium root that sits in the jawbone tissue, and then a natural-looking dental restoration to replace the visible tooth. The dental implant is the replacement tooth that most closely resembles the structure of a natural tooth. Every dental implant is customized in shape, size, and color to suit the dental patient.

Many people have existing oral health issues that they need to address. Our dental team provides restorative dental treatments and periodontal care so that you can get your smile back on track.

If you want to learn more about all of your aesthetic and restorative dental options, our O’Fallon dentists are here to help! You can always call our office to speak to a member of our team, or use the Contact Us page on our website to submit a question.