Restorative Dentistry Phoenix, AZ
Keep your Smile Functional and Beautiful with Restorative Dentistry from Phoenix Dentist Dr. Schwei!
Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you. Having a bright and healthy smile makes you more confident. However, if you have missing or broken teeth, you may not be as comfortable flashing a big, confident smile. While dental damage can be frustrating, the good news is that it doesn’t have to be permanent. Here at Premier Valley Dental, we are fully committed to helping our patients maintain a complete, healthy, and flawless smile. We incorporate the best technology coupled with top quality materials to transform your oral health and successfully treat dental decay as well as damaged and/or lost teeth.
Restorative Dentistry at Premier Valley Dental
Tooth-colored fillings are able to keep your teeth healthy and free of decay while also making your smile look as natural as possible. When there is a form of decay, such as a cavity, we fill the tooth with the tooth-colored filling after removing the decay. The filling matches with your tooth color perfectly, blending effortlessly. Crowns also protect your smile, but in a different way. When a tooth has been severely damaged, a crown protects that tooth from any further harm. Crowns are also known as a dental cap because of the way it covers the tooth.
Fixed bridges are different, as they are a row of prosthetic teeth that are attached to a base that is in the color of gums. Fixed bridges are used to replace up to 3 consecutive missing teeth, and are completely custom made to match the rest of the teeth in your smile. Dental crowns make your fixed bridges permanent, giving you a full, lovely smile. Dental implants are wonderful, and they are the more permanent solution to having missing teeth. Involving a titanium screw embedded in your jaw bone, the screw will fuse with your natural bone over time. A crown is placed on top, giving you a completely new smile! Root canals are performed when there has been severe damage and decay to a tooth. The damaged pulp has the potential to affect the nerves in your mouth, and root canals are able to stop that from happening. Dr. Schwei will remove the infected pulp, fill it, and put a crown to protect it from further harm.
No matter which restorative dentistry option you choose, you can be sure that everyone at Premier Valley Dental promise to make your experience the best and most comfortable, bar none.