Restorative Dentistry


Bonding can fix minor cosmetic dental problems such as closing small gaps between teeth, adding tooth length, or changing a tooth's overall shape by bonding and shaping a dental resin to your tooth.

Bonding is the least expensive dental procedure that can fix such issues compared to porcelain veneers or porcelain crowns.


Dentists use crowns to restore a tooth to its natural size, shape, and color after a large filling or crack in the tooth has compromised the tooth. Crowns are almost always placed after a root canal treatment because the tooth becomes weak and is likely to fracture. A crown will strengthen and protect what remains of the tooth and will improve your smile. Some crowns are made of ceramic material and match tooth color and, in some cases, can be made in a single visit.


Dentists use fillings to restore a decay-damaged tooth to its normal function and shape. When you get a filling, the dentist will remove the decayed material from the tooth, clean the affected area, and fill the space with a material designed for fillings. There are many types of filling material available, ranging from gold to porcelain.


Veneers are thin, semi-transparent tooth-shaped "shells" that are custom manufactured of porcelain. Dentists permanently bond the veneers to your natural teeth, usually located in your "smile zone," to enhance their shape, color, length, or size. Veneers can also fix gaps between teeth or improve the appearance of discolored, misshaped, or misaligned teeth.

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