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Restore Your Teeth by Visiting Your Professional Dentist in Solana Beach

Restore Your Teeth by Visiting Your Professional Dentist in Solana Beach

As experienced Dentist s in Solana Beach, we provide our patients reliable, professional teeth restoration services. Owing to our experience, advanced skills, modern technology, and commitment to giving you that attractive smile, we provide you with full mouth restoration in a comfortable environment in Solana Beach CA.

Benefits and reasons why you may need restorative dentistry:

  • Correct an improper bite
  • Prevent tooth loss
  • Fill empty spaces between teeth
  • Enhance smile
  • Repair damaged teeth
  • Relieve dental pain

Based on whether you need partial or full mouth restoration in Solana Beach CA, we have the following procedures for you:

Composite Fillings

These restorations are used in cases where there is minor to moderate decay as well as small cracks, chips or fractures. Composite resins are custom tooth colored, natural looking, mercury and metal free restorations that bond beautifully to teeth and are ideally suited for small to moderate conservative restorations.

Dentures and Partial Dentures

Dentures are an effective way of replacing missing teeth. Many patients like the fact that they resemble natural teeth and are removable.

There are complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing in an arch (upper or lower). Partial dentures are used to replace gaps left by one or several missing teeth. They clasp onto the remaining teeth in the arch for support.

There are many options available and we will be more than happy to help you select the right one for you.

Fixed Bridges

This is a non-removable way of replacing missing teeth. There are different types of fixed bridges that can be used. These can be discussed with the dentist. The most popular is the traditional bridge, which is made of porcelain that is fused to metal. Even though they last many years, they may have to be replaced due to normal wear and tear, or if the anchor teeth crack or become decayed. Bridges are used to fill spaces and to avoid teeth from drifting out of their position, restore chewing ability, and maintain facial shape.