Restoration dentistry is the field of dentistry that works to restore teeth back to good health, stop decay from spreading or fix a dental problem that needs to be addressed for the health of your smile. Restoration dentistry has many categories and if your teeth need care, our team will go the extra mile to help get your smile back on track!
Fillings are a common treatment for cavities. Fillings are tooth-colored and blend in well with your smile. The purpose of fillings is to seal and protect the tooth once the decay has been removed. If you are in need of tooth fillings in Canandaigua, NY, we can help!
Endodontics is the area that works with saving a tooth. An endodontist works inside the tooth, with the pulp and performing root canals. If you have trouble with decay deep in your tooth, we can help! An endodontist can many times save your tooth from extraction by removing the decay that is present and sealing your tooth to protect it from further decay.
If your dentist notices concerns with your gums and they need some attention, perio scaling may be recommended. Perio scaling works to remove all plaque, bacteria and tartar from your smile above and below your gum line. Keeping your gums healthy is essential to the future of your smile.
If any surgery is needed in or around your mouth, teeth, jaws and face, a professional oral surgeon will be able to help! Oral surgery can become necessary due to oral injuries. An oral surgeon also works to prevent any disease from showing up in your gums, jaw and teeth. Oral surgery can treat problems that are causing pain or wreaking havoc with your smile. Wisdom teeth that need to be extracted will oftentimes need the help of an oral surgeon. At Finger Lakes Dental, you’ll always be in good hands with any treatment needed! If you are in need of oral surgery in Canandaigua, NY, Finger Lakes Dental can help!
Dental implants are a lasting solution for missing teeth. Implant placement is the process of placing the post and abutment. Both of these steps in the dental implant process work to provide a safe, secure setting for the final crown. Implant placement requires some time for each part to heal and set before moving onto the next part of the implant process. Each step leads to the final result – a permanent restoration for your missing tooth!
Implant Final Restoration
The final restoration for a dental implant is the dental crown. A custom-made crown that is color-matched to your surrounding teeth will be placed once the abutment and post have healed and are ready to act as a firm foundation. This step is the most exciting, because you can finally see the results of all the hard work leading up to replacing your missing tooth. Once this step is complete you will have a restored tooth that blends in beautifully with your smile.