How Restorative Dentistry Can Fix Broken Teeth

How Restorative Dentistry Can Fix Broken Teeth

Aug 16, 2019

A beautiful smile is the first thing to be noticed when you meet and greet people. Unfortunately, not everyone is that lucky to create a sparkle with their smile. Do you have a broken tooth and a gapped smile? Are you searching for options to give a dazzling smile again? Nothing to worry, for a tooth that is cracked, broken or misaligned, Restorative dentistry at Promont Dental Design proves out to be a miracle. It allows you to select among the below-listed pocket-friendly options to take care of one of your prized possession-your teeth.

Dental Crowns

If you want to strengthen the appearance and functionality of your problematic tooth, Dental Crowns can serve your purpose. Dental Crowns simply fits onto your tooth like a cap to support and cover the filling. It makes your weak tooth look better and stronger.

Dental bonding

If you have a discolored tooth or there are spaces and cracks in your tooth structure, then dental bonding is one of the costs savvy and painless procedures to restore a perfect smile.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a wonder for people wishing to replace their missed tooth. If the condition of your tooth is beyond repair and replacement is the only solution then dental implants can be best suited for you. They act more like your natural tooth allowing you to chew, laugh and talk without pain.

Partial & full dentures

If you had a jaw-related mishap, or have gaps in teeth resulting into food getting lodged in the empty spaces then dental surgeons suggest you to go for partial & full dentures. The dentist may suggest partial or full dentures. It not only fills the gap but also helps you to relish the food of your choice and speak more clearly. Replacing your missing teeth boost up your confidence and enhance your appearance and overall wellness.

Dental Bridges

Planting dental bridges is the ideal and safest option to recover your jaw structure in case you have more than one missed tooth. Dental bridges fill up the empty spaces along with providing support to the neighboring teeth.