Restorative dentistry

Our dentists use restorative dentistry to help keep the mouth healthy and functional. The goal of restorative dentistry is to preserve natural teeth as much as possible. This can be done through implants, fillings, crowns, bridges, inlays/onlays, and full and partial dentures.

Restorative dentistry does not just fix a decayed tooth but the surrounding ones as well. If there is a missing tooth this can cause the other teeth to shift, becoming more susceptible to decay. It is Advantage Dental's priority to create optimal oral health for each patient, restoring and enhancing the mouth, teeth and gums to eradicate or prevent oral diseases.

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Tooth bonding

Tooth bonding is used to change shape or color of teeth. Your natural tooth is fused with a bonding material to create a strong tooth that looks like your original tooth. Learn more

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Dental crowns

Crowns restore weak, cracked, discolored, or misshapen tooth to its original shape, color and size and make your tooth stronger. Learn more

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Fillings

Dentists use fillings to fill cavities (small holes) in teeth caused by tooth decay, and occasionally repair cracks and fractures in teeth. Learn more

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Inlays and onlays

Restore a small cavity with inlays and onlays when a filling isn't enough, but a crown is too expensive.  Learn more about our inlays and onlay services. Learn more

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Dental implants

Natural looking replacements of your teeth and of your tooth's roots. Learn more

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Dentures

Dentures are artificial teeth and gums fitted and created to replace lost, missing or removed teeth. Learn more

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Dental bridges

Restore a missing tooth, correct your bite, and help to maintain your face shape with a dental bridge by controlling movement of adjacent teeth. Learn more