Restorative Dentistry Procedures
Teeth can become damaged or decayed, losing some of their original structure. When damage occurs, it is vital that we repair the tooth as soon as possible. This helps to restore strength and structure to the tooth and most importantly helps prevent further damage.
When a tooth loses some of its structure, bacteria can penetrate the tooth more easily, causing more infection and decay. Without prompt action, a small cavity may become larger, reaching the pulp or center of the tooth. Our aim is to prevent this from happening by providing the correct restorative treatment that may be a filling or a crown. We use the very latest materials to create wonderfully lifelike and long-lasting restorations. If the infection does reach the central part of your tooth we will always try our best to save the tooth with root canal therapy. Removing a tooth is always our last option.
If you have a cavity or a chip in a tooth, then we may suggest mending it with a tooth colored filling. Tooth colored fillings are made from a special type of plastic called composite resin. Read more about Tooth Colored Fillings
The advantage of choosing a dental implant is that this restoration can be extremely long-lasting and an implant provides a very stable anchorage point for a replacement tooth. The final restoration can look and feel just like a natural tooth. Read more about Dental Implants
Tooth colored fillings made from composite resin are excellent for repairing small to medium sized cavities, but if you have a larger cavity that has destroyed a substantial part of your tooth structure then we may suggest you have a porcelain inlay or onlay. Read more about Porcelain Inlays & Onlays
We recommend porcelain crowns where a tooth has been badly damaged and has lost a substantial part of its original structure. Read more about Porcelain Dental Crowns
A fixed bridge is a way of replacing a missing tooth and is supported by crowns on the teeth adjacent to the gap. These teeth must be strong and healthy to support the bridge. Read more about Porcelain Fixed Dental Bridges
Dentures are a popular and cost-effective option. The process to fabricate dentures is very non-invasive which can be ideal for anyone who feels nervous about dental care. Read more about Dentures and Partial Dentures
Teeth are normally protected with a strong outer layer of dental enamel, but if this layer is breached by infection, decay or trauma, it can allow bacteria to get into the tooth. Read more about Root Canal Procedure
Sedation dentistry involves the use of carefully controlled sedatives to enable a patient feel more relaxed during treatment. The effects can range from feeling less nervous or anxious but awake, to feeling more deeply relaxed or sleepy. Read more about Sedation Dentistry
Replacing Missing Teeth
Our restorative treatments can also replace missing teeth. We can supply the very latest dental implants that are able to support single or multiple teeth, or which can even replace full dentures. An increasing number of people are choosing dental implants as a long-term and very stable solution for tooth loss. If you prefer, we can supply more traditional full and partial dentures to restore your smile, using the most up-to-date prosthetics materials to create natural looking and fully functional teeth. Today’s modern dentures are quite different from even a few years ago and the highest quality denture teeth can look wonderful.
Are you looking for restorative dentistry specialist in Brooklyn? We can recommend a Dr. Epelboym of Cosmetic Dentistry Center, a state of the art dental center in the heart of Brooklyn. This Cosmetic Dentistry Center is providing the best quality of dental care and patient’s experience available in Cosmetic Dentistry.