Repairing
Teeth

If you have crooked, worn, discolored, damaged, or unhealthy teeth, your dentist may recommend tooth or dental restoration. There are several different types of tooth restoration you may wish to consider.

Tooth restoration can restore the natural function of your teeth, plus prevent additional damage from decay. These procedures can also restore the look of your teeth and can be beneficial for cosmetic reasons.

Repairing Teeth

Composite fillings

Fillings

Dr. Tim’s Dental Clinic recognizes the importance of dental fillings to prevent damage to the structure of your teeth and to prevent oral pain.

Dental fillings are used to repair a tooth that’s been damaged by injury or decay. Our dentistry clinic offers several options for filling materials for your fillings.

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Repairing Teeth

Inlay/Onlay Restorations

Dental inlays and onlays are some of the strongest and most lifelike dental restorations available. Inlays and onlays are usually more durable than regular fillings made from amalgam or composite, and, in most cases, the restoration completely blends into the natural tooth surface.

With proper care, your dental inlay or onlay increases your oral and overall health and instills confidence for years to come.

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Repairing Teeth

Crowns and Fixed Bridges

What is a fixed Dental Bridge?

A fixed dental bridge is a restoration that can replace one or more missing 

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Repairing Teeth

Dentures and Partial Dentures

Partial dentures, also called partials, are artificial replacement teeth that restore a few missing teeth in a patient’s mouth. The surrounding tissues in the oral cavity support dentures.

Partials replace a few missing teeth in the upper or lower jaw. Full dentures replace an entire set of teeth.

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