Restorative Dentistry – Alpharetta, GA
Rebuilding & Strengthening Damaged Teeth
It’s not uncommon for patients to require dental restorations for a wide variety of reasons. Not only can these fortify the structure of compromised teeth, like those that receive root canal therapy, but these treatments can also prevent further harm to your smile. Our team at Alpharetta Modern Dentistry offers procedures that are both convenient and precise, and we use the highest quality dental materials so your fillings and crowns can continue serving you for years to come. Call us today to learn more.
Why Choose Alpharetta Modern Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?
- High-Quality Dental Materials Used
- Dental Crowns Designed Using CAD/CAM Software
- In-House 3D Printer Used to Create Smile Models
Dental crowns are cap-like restorations designed to fit over the biting surface of teeth that have been affected by decay or trauma. They’re typically crafted from natural-looking materials like ceramic, so they blend in with surrounding teeth, but in the past, they’ve been made from a combination of metals, making them highly noticeable. Our natural-looking, metal-free crowns are not only aesthetically appealing but can also continue protecting and strengthening compromised teeth for over a decade with regular care.
CEREC Same-Day Dental Crowns
Using CEREC technology, which stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic, we’re able to shorten the dental crown process from nearly two weeks to a single, two to three-hour appointment. From start to finish, we’re able to create impressions of the tooth and a digital model of your crown and mill it right under our roof. This eliminates any potential for miscommunications between a dental office and a laboratory and yields precise results.
Cavities are one of the most common dental problems in the world, and without proper treatment, they can lead to more severe issues like tooth infections. We aim to spot and treat the early signs of cavities before they can grow. We’re able to do this by using a tooth-colored composite resin to fill in the decayed portion of your tooth, sealing it off from the future threat of bacteria. Due to their biocompatible nature, tooth-colored fillings can effectively seal off teeth and prevent infections from developing.