Restorative Dental Services

Restorative Dentist Plymouth, MI

Restorative Dental Services Plymouth, MI DentistWe offer restorative dental services to restore the look and function of teeth after injury or disease.

Whether you have a decayed or missing tooth, call our office in Plymouth, Michigan to set up your consultation with our restorative dentist. Click the links below to learn more about the dental services we offer to patients.

To request an appointment with Plymouth Dentistry, call (734) 459-7110.

Restorative Dental Services

Dental Bridges

Did you recently lose a tooth? If so, we may recommend a dental bridge to fill the gap in your smile. A dental bridge is a fixed dental restoration comprised of a false tooth suspended between two crowns on adjacent teeth.

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Dental Crowns

A dental crown is essentially a tooth cap used to restore a tooth’s natural strength and appearance. A dental crown covers the entire portion of your tooth above the gum line and is used to restore teeth that are cracked, decayed, or otherwise damaged.

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Dental Implants

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root (typically made of titanium) that’s placed in your jaw to later support a crown. This dental implant crown gives you the look and function of a natural tooth. Our Plymouth MI dental implant dentist may recommend this procedure to replace missing teeth and prevent bone loss.

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Dentures

A denture is a removable oral appliance that gives you the appearance and function of natural teeth. Our Plymouth MI dentures dentist can help you determine the best dentures for your oral health needs, from partial dentures to implant supported dentures.

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Root Canal Therapy

If a cavity is deep enough to penetrate the pulp (living tissue) inside your tooth, our dentist may recommend root canal treatment. If you have a persistent toothache, darkened tooth, or pimple on your gums, schedule an appointment with our root canal dentist as soon as possible.

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Tooth Extractions

Our dentist does everything in his power to save a tooth. However, sometimes a tooth needs to be extracted as a last resort if it’s too badly damaged. If you have a severe toothache or other dental emergency, don’t hesitate to call our office.

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