Restorative Dentistry Yarmouth

We Can Help When Your Teeth Are Damaged

Woman smiling in dental chair after restorative dentistry in Yarmouth

Even someone who brushes every day and visits their dentist regularly could still end up with a cracked, decayed, or otherwise damaged tooth. What can you do if your smile has been injured? Our team at Forest Falls Dental can help you answer that question thanks to the many restorative dentistry options available at our practice. Do you need a crown to protect a weakened tooth? Is there a cavity that can be repaired with a filling? You can count on us to offer a personalized solution for restoring your oral health. Feel free to call us if you need help fixing your smile with restorative dentistry in Yarmouth.

Why Choose Forest Falls Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • State-of-the-Art Digital Impressions
  • Durable, Lifelike Restorations
  • Knowledgeable Team That Cares

Dental Crowns

Dental crown resting on a finger

Dental crowns can be used in many different situations and are often an excellent choice for patients with significantly damaged teeth. Modern crowns can be made from natural-looking materials like zirconia and porcelain, allowing them to blend in with the rest of your smile. If you’re diligent about taking care of your dental crown, you can expect it to last for quite a while. In fact, in certain cases, you may be able to keep your crown for a decade before it has to be replaced. 

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Close up of a tooth with a white filling

You are probably already aware that fillings can be used to repair teeth that have suffered from cavities. But did you realize that modern fillings no longer have to be made out of dark-colored amalgam? At our practice, we’re able to offer tooth-colored fillings that closely resemble your natural enamel, making it much less obvious that you have had dental work done. We are ready to help you restore your smile in a way that doesn’t have a negative impact on your overall confidence.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Woman with straight white teeth pointing to her smile

Fixing a single tooth is one thing, but if your entire smile has been significantly damaged, a full mouth reconstruction may be needed to get your oral health back on track. The reconstruction process is highly customizable; in other words, the exact steps can vary depending on the needs of the patient. We will examine your mouth and give you our recommendations for treatment. Then we will work with you to create a plan for restoring your smile.