Restorative dental treatments aim to repair and enhance broken or damaged teeth so that patients can get back to exceptional oral health. Cavity fillings, dental bridges, and dentures all restore your smile’s beauty and function, so you can grin with confidence. Call today to schedule a consultation at Beaver Dam Dental.
Dental issues can become more severe and costly the longer you leave them untreated.
By examining your teeth, your dentist can assess the extent of your dental issue and whether or not you will need restorative treatment. X-rays may be taken to ensure proper diagnosis.
After your dentist has diagnosed the dental issue, you will be provided with a tailored treatment plan to restore your smile to its natural beauty and function.
No treatment plan is one-size-fits all. Most dental issues have multiple treatment options. Dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants can all restore and replace missing teeth. Your dentist will walk you through each option to help you choose what’s best for your lifestyle, budget, and needs.
In cases like emergencies, you’ll need to receive care as soon as possible, if not the same day. If you are facing a non-urgent issue, your follow-up appointment will be after your initial visit. We’ll schedule your treatment for a day and time that works for you before you leave your appointment.
3 million Americans wear dental implants to replace missing teeth.
Restorative dentistry can restore the form and function of damaged and missing teeth. Untreated cavities, severe decay, and gum disease can cause tooth damage and loss. Issues can also happen due to an oral trauma accident, like a sports injury or a slip and fall.
By following through with a necessary restorative dental treatment, patients can avoid future complications and more costly treatment options. More serious dental issues can progress if damaged or missing teeth are left untreated. By getting the care you need right away, you can save time and money in the long run. You’ll also enjoy lasting relief from pain and discomfort, all while regaining your natural functionality. Plus, restorative dental treatment significantly improves the appearance of your smile. You can have a pleasing, natural grin and a boost of confidence by restoring your missing or damaged teeth.
If you are experiencing any dental health issue that causes serious pain, oral discomfort, or bleeding, you may require emergency restorative treatment. Damaged or broken teeth, severe and prolonged toothaches, and pulled-out or lost dental work all constitute for dental emergencies. It’s better to be safe than sorry, so contact your dentist to get emergency treatment right away.
Most insurances will cover restorative treatment, but the extent of your coverage will vary depending on your insurer. For example, your dental insurance provider may cover dental crowns and bridges, but may not offer coverage for dental implants. We suggest getting in contact with your insurance provider to fully understand your coverage.
About a quarter of American adults are missing all teeth. With restorative care options, tooth loss can be prevented.