Restorative Dentistry – Roswell, GA

Don’t Struggle with Damaged & Hurting Teeth

Woman after restorative dentistry in Roswell

At Roswell Modern Dentistry, we practice restorative dentistry. We work passionately toward creating the most youthful smiles for patients whose natural teeth require replacement. Understanding how essential your teeth are to the overall health of your mouth, jawbone, and body, we seek to restore and preserve your teeth whenever possible. If your teeth are damaged in a way that makes it impossible to reconstruct them with fillings or you are missing one or more teeth, we can return the smile to your face as well as a strong bite and speaking ability with the use of advanced prosthetics.

Our staff is friendly and accommodating, and we will do whatever we can to get your appointment scheduled for a time that is convenient for you. Call our dental office for restorative dentistry in Roswell.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns

When it comes to delivering maximum protection to damaged or decayed teeth, dental crowns are known to do the trick. Oftentimes, they’re made from all-metal, ceramic-on-metal, and all-ceramic materials; however, the type that is used for your smile will be determined by our qualified team of professionals. No matter which kind of crown you receive, you can expect to see beautiful results in just two appointments and a smile that will last 10-15 years with optimal maintenance.

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CEREC Same-Day Crowns

In-house milling unit for CEREC same-day crowns

If waiting weeks for a restored smile is not something that interests you, there is the option to receive CEREC same-day crowns. Using CAD/CAM technology and specialized software, we can take impressions of your tooth so that a three-dimensional model is generated. Our dentists will make necessary adjustments before sending it to an in-house milling unit that will fabricate your new crown while you wait. There are no temporary crowns needed, and you can expect a high-quality restoration that is durable and natural in appearance.

Dental Bridges

Digital image of a dental bridge

To fill in the gaps left behind by multiple missing teeth, a dental bridge can be crafted. Consisting of two dental crowns and between one and four free-standing pontics (artificial teeth), the bridge is secured to two healthy abutment teeth, while the remaining pontics rest on top of the gums. This produces a new and improved smile that looks complete and functions properly so that you can eat, speak, and smile with greater confidence.

Dental Implants

An up-close image of a dental implant

Unlike traditional bridges and dentures that only replace the crowns of teeth, dental implants go beneath the gumline to also address the missing roots. As custom prosthetics that fit into the jawbone and fuse over time, they support custom crowns, bridges, or dentures to improve your aesthetics, oral function, and overall health. Not to mention, dental implants can last a lifetime if you commit to taking proper care of your smile.

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Full dentures

Dentures are a tried-and-true method of tooth replacement that many patients to turn even now. Designed using natural-looking materials that fit more comfortably, they can last several years before needing to be replaced. Whether it is full or partial dentures that you need, you can expect the gum-colored acrylic to serve as a base for the artificial teeth that rest on top and complete your new smile.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Businesswoman smiling after full mouth reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction is a streamlined approach that dentists recommend should you find that your smile is plagued by severe decay and/or damage. Whether it is dental crowns and implants that you need or a combination of other restorative services, we can take your smile to the next level by addressing problem areas more cohesively instead of one by one.

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