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Restorative dentistry

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Restorative dentistry aims at diagnosing and treating oral diseases and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of aesthetics and dental function. Under it, we incorporate treatments from different fields, such as endodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics, to provide you with multifaceted treatment and care. 

Aim of Restorative Dentistry 

Restorative dentistry aims at saving your teeth and restoring their natural shape, look, appearance, and functions. We do it by various treatment modalities, such as using dental fillings or bonding treatments to repair your damaged teeth, using direct and indirect restorations such as crowns, fillings, onlays, and inlays to restore a part of missing tooth structure, and replacing missing teeth with bridges, dentures, and implants. 

Benefits of Restorative Dentistry 

Restores FunctionDamaged or missing teeth can lead to several issues with eating and talking. With the help of restorative treatments, we restore the function of your teeth. After receiving the apt treatment, you can chew and talk without pain or discomfort. 


Improves AppearanceMissing, damaged, decayed, or chipped teeth don't just affect the functions of your oral cavity but also hamper your appearance. Dental issues that impact aesthetics can affect your confidence, making you conscious every time you smile or talk to someone. But we can improve your appearance and aesthetics with restorative treatment. 


Eliminates PainInfected teeth and deep cavities may sometimes cause unbearable pain. We diagnose the condition and determine the treatment plan required to eliminate the pain and restore the function of your teeth through restorative procedures. 


Prevents Dental ProblemsIf not treated on time, dental issues can escalate and lead to more dental problems. For instance, if you have a cavity in your mouth, it can get worse, damage the root canal, and reach a point where your tooth cannot be saved. You can prevent dental problems by visiting us for restorative treatment. 


Preserves Bone DensityMissing teeth also impact the density of your jawbone. The bone surrounding missing teeth starts to weaken and deteriorate eventually. Restorative treatments, such as implants, hold the bone in place and do not let it erode. 

Restorative Dental Procedures 

  • Fillings

  • Crowns

  • Complete Dentures

  • Fixed Partial Dentures (Bridges)

  • Dental Implants

  • Inlays and Onlays 

What Happens After the Procedure?

After a restorative dental procedure, we recommend eating soft and cold foods and staying away from hot consumables. We also recommend maintaining proper oral hygiene by brushing and flossing your teeth every day.  

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