Restorative dentistry is an umbrella term for any dental procedure which focuses on restoring the mouth’s functionality and appearance. While restorative dentistry does not fall under its own specific dental specialization, many of the procedures are included under other specialities. The goal of any dental procedure, including restorative dental procedures, is to preserve as much of the natural tooth both underneath and above the gum line as possible.
Restorative Dentistry Procedures
Restorative dentistry procedures include:
Restorative Dentistry in Sonoma, CA
Restorative dental procedures are often used in conjunction with one another to achieve the patient’s desired results. Most procedures require good dental health, meaning that your dentist needs to resolve any issues like cavities before performing a restorative dentistry procedure. This could mean, for example, a patient requires a dental filling or root canal before restoring the biting surface with a crown or improving the teeth’s appearance with veneers. Using several procedures to benefit the patient results in a functional, aesthetically pleasing smile which will both boost confidence and making simple tasks like eating or chewing less difficult.
The Benefits of Restorative Dentistry
Restorative dentistry gives your dentist the freedom to potentially correct several issues at once to restore function to your smile while also improving its appearance. The porcelain restorations used in restorative dentistry have very similar qualities as the natural teeth. These qualities allow the restorations to blend into your smile easily and seamlessly. Porcelain restorations are unnoticeable to others and give you a virtually invisible-in-plain-sight option to restore your smile.
If you are in need of restorative dentistry, then schedule your routine dental visit with DeVincenzi and Forstadt. Call our Sonoma, CA office today at (707) 938-8528.