Restorative Dentistry

What is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry refers to any dental surgery that restores or replaces teeth. Restorative procedures include cavity filling, root canals, and even dental implants. Restorative dentistry can have two goals: to restore the function of the teeth and to restore the appearance of the teeth. In some cases, they are both functions.

Benefits of Restorative Dentistry

Improvement of the chewing function

Chewing actions require a closing adjustment between the jaws, teeth and languages ​​to ensure that food is connected correctly and grinded before food is digested. Complex balance adjustment method. If the food is not properly bitten, asphyxia and digestive problems may occur. The repairs of the dentists are a way to help restore the ability to chew. 

Reduced Jaw Discomfort

Decrease in the discomfort of the jaw is one of the benefits of restorative dentistry. In some cases, discomfort can even lead to recurrent headaches and sleep. Dolphin dentists provide some steps to adjust the teeth and finish discomfort. These options include filling, dental implants, bridges, crowns and teeth correction. 

Reduction of long-term costs and storage of bone structures

 The preferred results of any dental procedure are to save everything or part of the teeth as much as possible. The crown of the teeth (CAP) retains the damaged teeth by physically wrapping the remaining structure.  The crown is designed to maintain the natural appearance of the teeth that are covered.