We know that dental health not only affects daily functions such as eating and speaking but also your smile. We at Lifetime Family Dental are passionate about general dentistry, which is focused on your overall oral health. That does not mean we are not excited about cosmetic dentistry, which provides you with the bright, beautiful smile you have always hoped for. For some it can be difficult to embrace their natural, beautiful smile when when they are not confident in the smile’s aesthetics.We want to help you become comfortable with your smile. We are conveniently located near downtown Gilbert, Arizona and are available to address all your dental restoration needs.
What is Restorative Dentistry?
When it comes to embracing a better oral health routine, as well as your beautiful smile, we offer full dental restoration. Restorative dentistry is the combination of oral health management and aesthetically pleasing services that improve the beauty of your smile.
Types of Dental Restoration
There are many different types of dental restorations. Overall it includes addressing the wear and tear on your teeth such as chips, cracks, decayed, missing, or damaged teeth. Depending on your specific need for oral health services, Dr. Norton can perform one of the two types of dental restorations.
*Indirect: This scope of restoration includes services that are customized tooth replacements such as crowns, inlays, onlays, and covers. There are various types of materials used in these procedures including porcelain, tooth colored resin, and gold. This restoration consists of more than one office visit since it requires customized material molded in a lab to fit your teeth.
*Direct: This involves adhering material into the tooth directly and right away. This procedure can be completed within one office visit, due to the nature of it being a more immediate filling.
While these are the two main types of dental restorations, there are many different services within each aspect of dental restoration.
Lifetime Family Dental believes in the power of your smile, the ability to eat and speak in a way that does not hinder your daily functioning. Oral health is important for more than just your teeth, bones, and gums but also for your emotional health. Contact us today and let us provide dental restorations that will not only benefit your oral health but also your mental health as well.
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