Restorative Dentistry – Danville, CA

How We Rebuild Decayed or Injured Teeth

Maybe one of your teeth has developed a cavity despite your excellent oral hygiene habits. Or perhaps your tooth enamel has been chipped or cracked in an accident. Whatever the case, you should call our team at Main Street Family Dental Danville as soon as possible. Since injured teeth can’t heal themselves, we can instead use customized dental restorations made out of reliable, long-lasting materials to repair the damage and get your oral health back on track.

Why Choose Main Street Family Dental Danville for Restorative Dentistry?

  • High-Quality Materials for Dental Crowns
  • State-of-the-Art Digital Dental Impressions
  • Dedicated to Excellent Customer Service

Dental Crowns

Close up of person holding dental crown on their finger

To protect a damaged or weakened tooth, we can completely cover it with a restoration known as a dental crown. We can only attach a crown after a small amount of enamel has been removed from the tooth in question; once it’s in place, it can be expected to last for many years. Dental crowns can be made out of gold, but if you want your restoration to blend in with your natural teeth, we may recommend zirconia or porcelain instead.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Close up of animated tooth with tooth colored filling

A dental filling is a substance used to fill in holes or gaps in the structure of a tooth. You can think of fillings as something of a quick fix since they can often be placed in just one appointment. Since we use tooth-colored composite resin to make our fillings, you won’t have to worry about the results being too obvious; in fact, most people won’t even realize that you had a cavity to begin with.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of person smiling with straight white teeth

The idea of getting a filling or crown to fix just one tooth likely won’t seem too daunting, but what if your entire smile needs repair? Oftentimes, the answer is to visit our office to ask about having a full mouth reconstruction performed. Once we have examined your mouth and have an idea of just how extensive the damage is, we can start creating a unique treatment plan that combines however many restorative dentistry services are needed to restore your oral health. By the end of the process, your smile will be fully rebuilt, making it easier for you to chew your favorite foods and show off your grin with confidence.