Teeth affected by disease, trauma or decay can be restored.
Restorative dentistry means you don’t have to endure a bite that doesn’t allow you to eat your favourite foods comfortably or feel embarrassed about missing or decayed teeth.
Restoring teeth can be fillings, crowns, bridges and implants. There are basically two types and they are direct and indirect. Direct is a tooth coloured filling using a composite resin done by our dentist and indirect might be a crown or bridge made at our dental lab.
You may want to consider having your amalgam fillings replaced by tooth coloured fillings to avoid cracks or just wanting a more aesthetic outcome.