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Restorative Dentistry

Today there are more things than ever before that can affect teeth and overall dental health. This includes everything from poor food choices to accidents and injuries as well as just general dental neglect.

Excessive Decay Or A Tooth That Is Simply Not Repairable

Teeth often require reconstructive or restorative dentistry for a number of reasons including everything from teeth being knocked out to a tooth being extracted because of decay or injury. In addition, excessive decay or a tooth that is simply not repairable and that requires removal often needs some type of creative restorative dentistry. The main goal of restorative or reconstructive dentistry is to use implants, dentures, crowns or other similar things to improve the original look of teeth and bring them back to their natural luster.

Restorative Dental Procedures Have Become So Incredibly Popular

Restorative dentistry can include everything from simple fillings to root canal as well as crowns, implants and the removal of fractured or decayed teeth. Restorative or reconstructive dentistry can go even farther beyond these simple basic treatments to include everything from facial surgery to a wide range of other unique and innovative techniques indicative of modern dentistry. With so much to offer it is clear to see why restorative dental procedures have become so incredibly popular in recent days. Talk with your Walnut Creek dentist, Dr. Darvishzadeh at Walnut Creek Dental today to learn more about restorative related dentistry and all that it makes possible for young and old alike.