Restorative Dentistry Services

Restorative dental procedures aim at repairing teeth that have been damaged by cavities and disease, and include solutions for both the teeth and the structures that support them, such as the gums and jaw. You may have heard of restorative dentistry procedures referred to as endodontics, periodontics, or prosthodontics. These procedures are generally complex and time intensive, and sometimes include a preparation stage in which the tooth must be made ready for the restoration by drilling or cutting. Though restorative dentistry is more involved than cosmetic, our years of experience and emphasis on the newest and best technologies help us to make any procedure as comfortable as possible, and we always respond to the individual needs and wishes of each patient.


A bridge is a completely natural-looking artificial tooth, or teeth, that bridges a gap in your smile.


Crowns are porcelain or metal caps that strengthen or recreate the shape of a damaged tooth, and these are a common procedure for teeth that are broken, decayed, or worn down.

Composite Restorations

Composite restorations are special resins that are used to restore damaged teeth, hide stains, or cover up sensitive areas while looking completely natural within the mouth.