Restorative Dentistry – Topsham, ME
Helping You Rebuild Your Smile
Our team at Androscoggin Dental Care will always strive to help you keep your teeth healthy and safe. Unfortunately, even if all the right steps are taken, there will always be a chance that you could eventually suffer from a damaged or decayed smile. If this ever happens to you, our team is prepared to help with beautiful, durable restorations. Do you have a cavity that needs to be filled? Or are you thinking of getting a crown to fix a badly injured tooth? Reach out to us today to start exploring your options for restorative dentistry in Topsham.
Why Choose Androscoggin Dental Care for Restorative Dentistry?
- Reliable, Accurate Digital Impressions
- Natural-Looking, Long-Lasting Restorations
- A Dental Team That You Can Trust
Our dental practice doesn’t rely on traditional amalgam crowns that often result in highly visible dark spots in your smile. We can instead provide you with restorations made out of zirconia and porcelain, which closely match the appearance of your natural teeth. It typically takes two appointments to place a dental crown; rest assured that you can count on the results to last a very long time (more than 10 years in many cases).
Do you not want to have to get a silver amalgam filling that makes it all too obvious that you have had dental work performed? At our dental office, you can instead get a tooth-colored filling made out of composite resin. This material will allow you to keep more of the natural structure of your tooth, and it can blend in with your enamel, meaning you can protect your tooth from further decay while also maintaining a smile that you can show off with confidence.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Are there cracks, chips, and stains all throughout your mouth? Do you have multiple teeth that are broken or missing? A personalized full mouth reconstruction could be just the answer you need. The process involves multiple restorative dentistry treatments that have been chosen to restore your entire smile, thus enhancing your oral health as well as your confidence. Upon completing an examination of your mouth, we can discuss the specific steps that might be needed for your full mouth reconstruction.