Restorative Dentistry

Tooth damage or decay can severely limit you. It can make it hard to enjoy daily activities like chewing or speaking. It can lower your self-esteem.

At Russel Anderson Jr. Dentistry, Dr. Russell Anderson has the tools to bolster your smile and revitalize your confidence. We offer several restorative dentistry options, as seen below.

Crowns and bridges are an option after tooth decay, root canal therapy, or tooth loss. Dental crowns are placed over the top of a tooth that is worn down to restore its function. Bridges fill in the gaps in your smile with support from the adjacent teeth.

Inlays and onlays are made of durable materials, such as ceramic or porcelain, that can reinforce the structure of your tooth. Inlays or onlays can resolve extensive tooth decay that cannot be repaired with a basic filling.

Dental fillings rebuild and protect the tooth after cavity removal. In the past, dental fillings were made of heavy metals like mercury, but Dr. Anderson utilizes tooth-colored modern fillings that blend in with your smile.

Dental implants are small rods made of medical-grade titanium that are installed in the jawbone. They take the place of tooth roots when a permanent tooth falls out of the mouth. Dental implants provide foundation for flattering crowns, bridges, or dentures.

Dentures are complete or partial sets of replacement teeth that will restore your smile after tooth loss. Our dentures are strong, durable, and natural-looking. We can also support your dentures using dental implants, so you won’t have to worry about them shifting around.

Root canal therapy can save your tooth after an internal infection. In the past, infected teeth had to be extracted and replaced, but a root canal treatment will allow you to keep your natural tooth. At Russel Anderson Jr. Dentistry, Dr. Anderson provides root canal therapy that is both comfortable and successful.

Our team can help you choose which restorative dental treatment is most effective for you. We will work with you to fulfill your smile goals. If you have questions about how restorative dentistry can repair and touch up your smile, contact our office today. Let’s set up a complimentary consultation and start planning your dream smile today!

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