What is restorative dentistry?
The name of restorative dentistry is fairly descriptive of the actual practice. This branch of dentistry deals with restoring the teeth to their original health and structure. Here are some situations in which restorative dentistry might help: blunt trauma to the mouth and teeth, tooth decay, wearing away of tooth structure through abrasion, alignment issues, or cosmetic concerns.
If you’ve had any of these concerns yourself, talk to Dr. Blackhurst about what procedures might be available to help you. Many of the dental procedures we discuss on these pages fall under the category of restorative dentistry because they help restore damaged teeth to their original health. Here are some examples of restorative dental procedures: fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, full and partial dentures, dental implants.
Please don’t hesitate to ask us about any of these procedures! We are most concerned about your safety, dental health, and happiness! Many times these procedures will help prevent further damage down the road and will give you immediate relief of your symptoms today. Plus, nothing can beat a perfect, sparkling smile. Dr. Blackhurst can help walk you through the pros and cons of each procedure and help recommend the right one for you. After your procedure, it’s important to make sure you plan on coming back to us for regular check-ups. Routine visits to the dentist can help prevent many unnecessary dental issues down the road.