Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry in Miami FL

    No matter if the damage is caused by age, trauma, decay, or infections, patients with missing or damaged teeth can now fully restore their oral functions and their smiles with restorative dentistry procedures. Restorative dentistry is essential not only for your oral health but also for your general wellbeing. 

    What Is Restorative Dentistry?

    Restorative dentistry comprises dental procedures that fully restore or replace missing or damaged teeth. Fillings, crowns (caps), bridges, and implants are all restorative dentistry procedures. The main goal of restorative dentistry is to achieve a healthy, natural-looking smile while simultaneously safeguarding your dental health.

    Restorative Dentistry Procedures 

    Some of the common restorative dentistry procedures include:

    Dental Fillings

    The most typical technique dentists use to treat cavities is removing the decay and filling the tooth with different filling materials. Gold, porcelain, silver, amalgam (a mixture of mercury, silver, tin, zinc, and copper), tooth-colored plastic, and composite resin are all examples of filling materials.

    Dental Crowns

    A crown is a tooth-shaped cap cemented over the visible portion of a damaged tooth. It is used to reinforce and protect the structure of damaged teeth. The dentist prepares the tooth and takes impressions and then sends the specifications to a dental lab that fabricates the crown.

    Dental Bridges

    When one or several teeth are missing, a dental bridge can fill in the gap. A bridge consists of anchor crowns on either end and a prosthetic tooth or teeth that link the crowns and fill the space between them. A bridge can help you retain your other teeth. Once in place, the bridge functions just like your natural teeth.

    Dental Implants

    Dental implants are used to replace lost teeth. An implant consists of a metal anchor, an abutment, and an artificial tooth or a crown. It looks, feels, and functions just like a natural tooth would.

    At Amaya Dental, we offer specialized restorative dentistry services for patients of all ages. Schedule an appointment with one of our dentists today to determine the best solution for your dental concerns. To contact us, call our Miami office at (305) 264-2711 or our Pembroke Pines office at (954) 963-3383. You can also book your appointment on our website or visit us at 815 NW 57th Ave #344, Miami, FL 33126, or 2231 N. University Drive Suite A, PembrokePines, FL 33024.

    Location

    815 NW 57th Ave #344, Miami, FL 33126

    Phone: (305) 264-2711

    Email: [email protected]

    • MON - THU: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    • FRI: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
    • SAT - SUN: Closed
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    2231 N. University Drive Suite A, PembrokePines, FL 33024

    Phone: (954) 963-3383

    Email: [email protected]

    • MON - THU: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    • FRI: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
    • SAT - SUN: Closed
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