Restorative Dentistry Solutions for West Broward County Residents
When you need dental solutions to revitalize your smile, the team at West Broward Dental Associates can help! Our dentists are well-versed in the realm of restorative dentistry and have the training and experience necessary to completely revitalize your smile. If you’re a Coral Springs resident who is dealing with broken, missing, or discolored teeth, we have the best solutions to rectify any aesthetic or functionality problems you may be experiencing. Learn more about our restorative dentistry options and how we can get your smile to a state you can be satisfied with.
If you have a cavity or crack in your tooth, dental fillings are a simple and effective way to restore your smile. Our dentists will take special care to remove any decaying portion of your tooth and “fill” the decaying area. We have the knowledge and expertise to repair any cracked, broken, or worn-down teeth through this time-tested method.
If you have experienced tooth loss due to an accident, decay, or something else, it’s imperative to your oral health to consider visiting our Coral Springs dental office, so we can fill in the space with a dental crown. Over time, a missing tooth can lead to a misaligned bite, gum disease, degrading of the jawbone, and even further tooth loss. When you want a permanent solution for your tooth loss, dental implants are the best solution. Not only do dental implants blend in seamlessly with your natural smile, but they won’t slip around within your mouth like dentures tend to do. This stand-alone restorative method will not need to rely on surrounding teeth, as it is secured into the jawbone. Our dentists are highly-specialized in this area of restorative dentistry and will ensure to place your implants with the utmost precision and care.
As we age, our teeth become more prone to cracking, discoloration, decay, and general wear. In these situations, a dental crown can be used to restore both aesthetics and functionality. As a porcelain, tooth-colored covering, dental crowns can be placed over the existing tooth or even paired with a dental implant or bridge. The main reason many patients prefer this solution when enhancing their smile is dental crowns look like your natural teeth. A dental crown may also be used for the following:
- Transform the shape, size and appearance of a patient’s smile
- Protect a weak tooth from decaying or breaking
- Cover a dental implant or hold a dental bridge in place
- Mask signs of general wear, tooth decay, or discolored teeth
- Seal a tooth following a root canal
If you have one or multiple missing teeth that you would like to have restored, dental bridges are a viable option. Made up of multiple dental crowns, dental bridges are used to literally bridge the gap between missing teeth. Before our seasoned dentists can place your new dental bridge, however, we will need to ensure that teeth surrounding the affected area are in good condition. This is because these teeth will be used as a type of anchor to support and hold the bridge in place once it is made. This restoration option does more than improve the aesthetics of your smile; it also works to prevent your remaining teeth from shifting and your jaw bone from degrading.