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Restorative Dentistry in Chesapeake, VA

Everyone deserves to have a complete, healthy smile they love. If you have lost some or most of your teeth, you may feel like you will never want to smile again, but our restorative dentistry practice in Chesapeake, VA can help. Missing teeth can be hard to live with because they can change your speech, affect your facial appearance, and make it hard to eat the foods you enjoy.

Whether you just have one tooth missing or need a complete dental restoration in Chesapeake, VA, we have dental care services for you to choose from.

Dental implants can be perfect for some of our patients, while others do better with dentures or a dental bridge. We work with each patient to find the right dental restoration for their oral health and budget.

Get your complete smile back with dental restorations from the Center for Restorative, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry in Chesapeake, VA. We offer the latest options in restoring missing teeth to give you a beautiful, functional smile that gives you the best results and can last the rest of your life.

Restorative Dental Services

Come in for a consultation, and our dental professionals can help you determine which option is best to restore your smile.

Dental Implants

What if you could permanently replace a tooth you lost? You can with dental implants. A popular solution and the most natural and functional option available in restorative dentistry is dental implants. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically implanted into the jawbone to support replacement teeth. They are made of titanium, which is a light, strong, biocompatible metal alloy…

that encourages bone growth and integration. Dental implants provide an excellent replacement for natural teeth in many cases, and they can be used to replace one tooth or multiple teeth. When properly maintained, dental implants can last decades, functioning like a normal tooth.

Dental implants have been used for many years, but the options available today far exceed the ones from even ten or fifteen years ago.

In our office, we use the latest digital imaging and surgical techniques to create beautiful dental implants for our patients that look and function more naturally. When dental implants are placed with precision and expertise, they can be indistinguishable from natural teeth. Plus, you can eat the foods you love, and enjoy all the benefits of a complete, beautiful smile.

Dental implants can be used in conjunction with dentures. Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth. They can be made of plastic, porcelain, or a combination of both. Some dentures are attached to the jaw with screws, others are attached with pins and/or cement. Implant-supported dentures can be a wonderful option for those who need a complete dental restoration and want a fixed, permanent solution.

If you have been considering dental implants, book an appointment for restorative dentistry services in Chesapeake, VA, at one of our three locations: Greenbrier, Great Bridge or Virginia Beach. Consult with one of our implant dentists to learn more about this innovative approach to restoring your smile.

Implant Restorations

If you have dental implants, you already know the benefits these restorative dentistry options can offer. Dental implants are the best restorative procedure for replacing teeth, giving you a permanent new tooth that functions and appears like the one you lost. However, since they are part of your permanent smile, they also need maintenance and repairs like natural teeth.

A dental implant can last for the rest of your life, but like natural teeth, they don’t always make it that long. Health issues, trauma and other factors can affect your implant and cause problems.

To keep your implant healthy, brush and floss regularly. Brushing and flossing are good for your overall oral health, but avoid abrasive brushing, which can damage implant surfaces. It’s also important to check your implants regularly and don’t ignore early signs of problems. If you experience sore, red, or swollen gums around the implant, a loose or painful implant, or a hole or gap in the implant, contact our office right away.

If your implant is no longer viable or needs restoration, come see our implant experts at The Center for Restorative, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry. We can perform a comprehensive exam of your implant and determine the best options for restoring it. In some cases, a new implant is needed, or we may be able to repair the existing post with surgical or non-surgical options.

Implant Repair

The most common problem with dental implants is a cracked or broken crown. While the crowns placed on implants are durable, they can become damaged. If that happens, we can replace or repair crowns on implants and complete other repairs as needed.

It’s important to maintain your dental implants with regular checkups…

You invested time and money in your new smile, so keep it healthy with regular checkups at our office. Our dentists will ensure that if there are any problems with your implants, they are repaired right away to protect your investment.

Let our friendly team of dental experts help keep your smile healthy, including your dental implants.

Chipped Tooth Repair

When you have a tooth that is chipped or cracked, do not hesitate to get it repaired. At The Center for Restorative, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry, we can fix damaged teeth and help prevent further dental problems. Even a small chip or crack can leave your inner tooth exposed. This can lead to tooth pain, decay, infection, and even the loss of a tooth.

Chipped teeth are usually not painful, but that…

Does not mean you should ignore the damage. Once the outer layer of your protective enamel is compromised, bacteria and decay can tunnel inside your tooth. A chip is quick and easy for our dental experts to fix. Often, all that is needed is a small filling or a porcelain onlay to repair the tooth. We have composite fillings to repair teeth, restoring them while keeping your smile white and healthy.

Restore Cracked or Damaged Teeth

Another restorative dental procedure is treating a severe crack that can leave your tooth susceptible to serious decay and infection. In some cases, dental treatments can leave teeth weakened. If a crack progresses below the gum line, the tooth could be in danger of being lost. We can repair most broken, cracked or damaged teeth using inlays, onlays, fillings, dental bonding or dental crowns…

This can prevent further damage and protect the health of the tooth. Our Chesapeake dentists can use repair options that match the color of your teeth to keep your smile white, without metal fillings or crowns.

When you have a damaged tooth, contact us right away, especially if you are in pain. We offer emergency dental care and same-day appointments when our patients need urgent dental repairs. We have offices in Greenbrier, Great Bridge and Virginia Beach, for your convenience.

Ask about what insurance plans we accept. Most likely, we can use your insurance to help cover the cost of your tooth repair.

Dental Inlays and Onlays

If damage is only on one side or at the cusp of the tooth, inlays and onlays may be the best repair option.

Dental inlays and onlays are materials that are placed in cavities to restore teeth. They are made of metal, porcelain, or ceramic, and they can be bonded to the tooth or used as a core that is then covered with a veneer.

An inlay is placed within the cusp (pointy part) of a tooth, …

While an onlay covers the cusp and some of the tooth’s surface.

If you need a tooth repair, you can trust our experienced, friendly dental team to find the best solution to fix your smile.

Dental Crowns

When a tooth is weakened due to trauma or dental treatments, it may need a restorative dentistry procedure called a dental crown, inlays or onlays to protect the structure. At The Center for Restorative, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry, we can repair and restore damaged teeth with general dentistry, keeping them protected. If you have a cracked tooth or need a large tooth repaired, come see our restorative dental experts at one of our three offices in the Chesapeake and Virginia Beach area.

Dental crowns cover damaged teeth and create a durable, strong exterior that looks like a natural tooth. While crowns can be made from metals like gold or silver, most people prefer a crown that matches their natural teeth.

Show off your smile

Make Us Your Primary Care Dental Provider

What would you change about your smile if you could? Looking for a brighter, whiter smile. That’s easy. We have professional teeth whitening that can remove stains and bolster the brightness of your smile.

Missing teeth? Dental bridges are one of the solutions we offer. Chips, gaps or overlapped teeth can be hidden by porcelain veneers or repaired with composite fillings. Many of our cosmetic dentistry services only require one to two trips to our Chesapeake-area offices to perform, and we can complete your smile makeover in approximately two weeks.

You deserve to have a smile that looks great and makes you feel confident to show off in social situations. If you’ve been considering cosmetic dentistry, contact the Center for Restorative, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry today to schedule a consultation. We have offices in Great Bridge, Greenbrier and Virginia Beach that all offer cosmetic services to improve the beauty of your smile.

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