Restorative Dentistry Doylestown, PA

Our restorative dental services help patients with missing, infected, and damaged teeth. Whether your dental problems are simple or complex; we can address multiple oral health issues at once with restorative care. Even missing one permanent tooth leaves patients prone to problems including overcrowding tooth decay and further tooth loss.

Damaged or injured teeth can create an unbalanced bite, which puts pressure on the jaw and may lead to increased tooth damage. Dental and gum infections slowly deteriorate the teeth and gums. With restorative dental care, our patients can enhance the function, health, and appearance of their smiles. We can help patients reverse symptoms that can make everyday tasks painful and uncomfortable.

Restorative Dentistry in Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Restorative Dentistry in Doylestown, PA

Do you want to address dental injuries, infections, or permanent tooth loss? Read to learn more about our restorative dental solutions that renew our patient’s teeth and gums:

Dental Bridge

If you have multiple missing teeth, a dental bridge may be the right restoration for you. Dental bridges may be secured by adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.

Dental Crown

Tooth crowns are porcelain ceramic caps that can fully cover and protect damaged and deeply stained teeth. Crowns may also be used to cap off dental implants. Our dental crowns are made of a durable ceramic material that can also blend in with the natural shade of the tooth enamel.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. They may be used to replace single lost teeth or secure dental bridges or dentures. Implants are titanium posts that, when healed, restore missing teeth at the root. With dental implants, many patients may forget that they have missing teeth because of their durability and strength.

Dentures and Partials

Full or partial dentures can replace rows or arches of missing teeth. Although dentures can use snaps or adhesives to stay in place, they do not fully stabilize the bite. We may recommend implant-secured dentures because last longer than removable options.

Gum Disease Treatment

Periodontitis, or gum disease, is a common but damaging oral health problem that many patients face. Gum disease begins as gum inflammation or gingivitis. Over time, as the gum tissue deteriorates, deep pockets can form between the teeth and gums. Our office provides antibacterial and deep cleanings to prevent gum disease.

TMJ Treatment

Temporomandibular joint disorders are caused by stress or injury to the joints that aid in biting and chewing. When these joints are damaged or under stress, patients can experience a variety of symptoms. Patients can clench and grind their teeth, experience toothaches and jaw pain, and jaw clicking and popping. Our TMJ treatments can alleviate jaw pain and pressure while preserving the natural structure and health of the teeth.

Restorative Dentistry FAQs

Do you want to know more about your restorative dental options? Read answers to common questions many patients have below:

How do I know if I have gum disease?

The early stages of gum disease are marked by red, swollen, inflamed, and bleeding gums. The best way to combat these symptoms is to maintain a regular oral hygiene routine. We also encourage patients to schedule dental visits every six months, where we provide a dental cleaning and examination. If patients do not address their gingivitis or gum inflammation, they will experience worsening symptoms.

Can I receive implants if I already have a dental restoration?

Yes, if you have a removable bridge or denture, but want a more permanent restoration, we can consult you about your implant options. Dental implants help secure dental prosthetics in place. Please let our dental team know if you have questions about implant-secured restorations. They will help create your restorative treatment plan based on your specific needs.

Schedule a Dental Appointment

Do you want to restore the health and appearance of your smile? Request a dental consultation with our dentists on our website. You can also call Perfect Smiles at 215-529-8048. Our dental office serves patients in Danboro, Doylestown, and the surrounding area. We look forward to seeing you at your next dental visit.