What You Can Expect From Restoration Dentistry in Alpharetta

Posted on: April 3, 2015

Restoration Dentistry in  Alpharetta

If you are in the market for restoration dentistry in Alpharetta, we can take care of all your needs. These days you hear of restorative options left and right, but which is the best option for you? There are two main restoration categories: direct and indirect. Direct involves the placement of fillings when your tooth develops a cavity. Indirect is the process of creating customized inlays and onlays for a damaged tooth when the damage is so severe it prevents a filling from being placed.

Many people learn of the cavities they possess and become frustrated, immediately imagining the worst. We can remove the tooth decay and fill your cavities in an attractive way that will feel completely natural. You can have peace of mind with when selecting from our cosmetic dentistry solutions. Our restorative fillings, for example, will prevent your cavity from developing further and harming the rest of your teeth or even your gums. We have a variety of materials and strengths to choose from depending on the location and size of your cavity. Some of our filling options include: resin, silver amalgam, composite, glass ionomers, cast gold, or ceramic.  Depending on the type of filling you choose, we can customize the color to fit your current tooth shade. We will also help you choose a filling that meets your budget requirements. Different types of fillings offer different ranges of esthetic value, durability, and longevity. By offering restoration dentistry in Alpharetta, we can help you to choose what filling type is right for you.

When your tooth has too much decay to support a filling, we can create customized inlays or crowns to fit your needs. First, we must make an impression of your teeth to create a specialized solution. Inlays and onlays, often referred to as partial crowns, can be made of the same materials used in filling options, but most people prefer composite to retain their natural tooth color. An inlay is placed on the chewing surface of your teeth while an onlay can cover parts of the jagged peaks of your teeth, also known as the cusps. This is why an onlay is also known as a partial crown. By providing indirect restoration dentistry in Alpharetta, we can also provide full crowns. Inlays, onlays, and crowns are typically created in a lab outside of our dentist office, so they make take a little more time to place, but they provide attractive, long-lasting results.

No matter what your restoration needs include, restoration dentistry in Alpharetta can make it happen. Our results are so natural looking that most people will never be able to tell which tooth was damaged in the first place. When you come in, expect to arrive and be treated like a long-time client or friend. We want to restore your teeth to their greatest strength and give you natural-looking and durable results. Your teeth should be one of your biggest priorities and we can secure the longevity of your natural teeth by providing them with the care and restoration they need. You will be in good hands with our skilled team.