Dental restorations, as the name suggests, are the treatments that restore structural concerns in your teeth, thus enhancing your tooth functionality. When you visit us for restoration, we restore the missing parts of your teeth with the best-suited procedure. You may need a dental restoration in case of missing teeth, chipped or broken teeth, fractured or knocked-out teeth, etc.
What are the Benefits of Dental Restorations?
- Dental restorations are an efficient way to improve your tooth functionality. There would be no difficulty chewing food or pronouncing words appropriately once you get them.
- Restorations also help to improve the appearance of your smile.
- They provide a long-term solution to your problem.
- Caring for your oral health becomes easier after dental restoration.
What are the Types of Dental Restorations?
Dental fillings are the most popular type of restoration that we use to fill your cavities. The popular materials used for filling are gold, silver, amalgam, and composite resin. Tooth-colored plastic or composite resin matches the appearance of your remaining teeth, hence offering you a natural smile.
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps used to restore many problems such as chipped, cracked, or broken teeth. Crowns are also used in case of severely discolored teeth to cover them. Another use of crowns for restoration is after a root canal treatment. Dental crowns are made in various materials; porcelain crowns are the most sought-after of all.
Missing teeth are a serious concern, and dental implants are the best solution for them. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made using titanium attached to your jawbone. When the implant fuses properly into the bone, it becomes a support for your artificial teeth or crowns. This restoration is permanent and improves both your appearance and tooth functionality. Implants are made using a biodegradable material like titanium.
As the name suggests, a dental bridge is used to bridge the gap caused by missing teeth. They are anchored on either side by crowns and attached permanently in place. A dental bridge is made using various materials – gold, alloys, porcelain, or in combination.
Dentures are an age-old method to replace a few or all missing teeth in your jaw. They resemble your natural smile, thus enhancing your appearance and tooth functionality. They can be fixed or removed, depending upon the type you prefer. While complete dentures replace all teeth in your jaw, partial dentures are used to replace only a few.
To find out more about the dental services offered at Ustick Dental Office, call (208) 375-8720 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit Dentist in Boise ID at 9733, W Ustick Rd, Boise, ID 83704.