Restorative Dentistry: Some Basics

“Restorative dentistry” is a term we use at The Fort Collins Dentist for procedures that repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. We emphasize work that promotes overall health, is long-lasting, and is aesthetically pleasing.

If, for example, a patient comes to us missing one or more teeth, we are likely to recommend a restoration like a dental implant. It’s important to fill any gaps among the dental arch because it prevents remaining teeth from shifting in place. If they did it could affect your bite and jaw, and even your overall health.

Before any procedure takes place, we’ll conduct a thorough examination of your teeth and gums, including X-rays. We’ll make sure you are fully informed about anything we may find, and discuss all of your options.

Restorations include:

  • Implants
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Root canals

Fillings are also considered restorations. We use metal-free, mercury-free composite fillings that are long-lasting and look great.

At The Fort Collins Dentist restorative dentistry helps us provide each one of our patients with the best possible dental health. People from Loveland, Timnath, Wellington, and Windsor come to our practice for complete family dentistry, and much more. Schedule an appointment with us today!

Contact The Fort Collins Dentist Family & Implant Dentistry:


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2001 S Shields St Bldg L
Fort Collins, Colorado