Restorative Dentistry


Are you missing teeth?
With Restorative Dentistry we can repair and restore the natural look of your smile!

We understand how life changing certain dental problems are and do our best to restore your smile to what it was before.  With our comprehensive Restorative solutions, we can help you tackle these problems and enjoy good oral health again.




Fillings help restore the function and appearance of a tooth that is damaged or decayed.    Fillings are most commonly used to treat a cavity.  

Root Canal


When a toothache strikes, a visit to the dentist can't come fast enough.   Root canal treatment provides an option to eliminate pain and infection and save a seemingly hopeless tooth. 

Pulpal Therapy


Pulpal therapy is a pediatric dental treatment used to treat and preserve a child’s natural tooth that has been affected by an injury or tooth decay. The pulp is soft tissue located inside the teeth. When a tooth becomes damaged or decayed, the pulp may be exposed to bacteria, causing infection and pain. Rather than extract the tooth entirely, the infected pulp may be removed and replaced with a filler that prevents bacteria from further damaging the tooth.



A dental crown is a “cap” that covers an imperfect or damaged tooth, with the purpose of improving the tooth’s appearance and functionality. 

There are a variety of uses for crowns including:

  • Protection of a decaying tooth or cracked tooth
  • Restoring a fracture
  • Restoring a tooth that is worn down
  • Improving esthetics of a tooth
  • Restoring a dental implant
  • Restoring a tooth after a root canal.

Many patients can’t tell the difference between their crown and original teeth. 

Oral Surgery/ Simple Extractions



Regular Tooth Extraction: A tooth that has fully erupted through the gum line can usually be removed as easily as any other tooth via a regular extraction.

Surgical Tooth Extraction and Oral Surgery: A wisdom tooth or other tooth that is impacted or is still under the gum line or embedded in the jaw bone may require a surgical extraction, which is a form of oral surgery.  



A dental bridge is a common, affordable, time-tested, and low-risk treatment for missing teeth. It literally bridges the gap created when teeth are lost. The typical bridge comprises one or more artificial teeth, known as pontics, which are held in place by two dental crowns, or abutments.

Partial Denture




Dentures are a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They are made of acrylic resin, sometimes combined with metal attachments. Complete dentures replace all the teeth. Partial dentures are considered when some natural teeth remain, and are retained by metal clasps attached to the natural teeth.

Root Planing and Scaling


Scaling and root planing is a deep cleaning below the gum-line used to treat gum disease.

This deep cleaning has two parts. Scaling is when your dentist removes all the plaque and tartar (hardened plaque) above and below the gumline, making sure to clean all the way down to the bottom of the pocket. Your dentist will then begin root planing, smoothing out your teeth roots to help your gums reattach to your teeth. Scaling and root planing may take more than one visit to complete and may require a local anesthetic. 



Implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants are actually a small post made of metal (usually of titanium or a titanium mixture) that are placed into the bone socket where teeth are missing. The implant may need an attachment called an abutment that will act like a crown preparation. It is then covered with a crown.