When it comes down to really understanding what to make of restorative dentistry, do you feel like you have any answers? You may know that it has something to do with your smile needs when your oral health is not in its best shape. However, if you’re not already schooled in the difference between areas of smile care, this may be brand new territory for you! Fortunately, the more you learn, the easier it is to understand your smile’s requirements and to feel wonderful about treatment decisions. Get going with a bit of helpful clarity!
Question #1: What Is Restorative Care For?
This is an easy one! Think about the word “restore” and what it means. In short, it means to bring back, reinstate, or to return. Keep this in mind as you think about restorative dentistry. It means that we offer care to return your oral health to the optimal condition it first enjoyed.
Question #2: How Seriously Should I Take Restorative Treatment Recommendations?
You should take the recommendation from our team to receive a restorative treatment very seriously. By the time you require restorative dentistry, something is wrong with your oral health. It is crucial to fix the issue without waiting in order to prevent the problem from worsening or from additional problems developing. The longer you wait, the greater the chance that a small issue will become quite a large one.
Question #3: Will The Beauty Of My Smile Be Restored, Too?
Of course. We offer restorative dentistry with beautiful results that will also look natural. We accomplish this by offering ceramic, porcelain-fused-to-metal, zirconia, and CEREC crowns. We provide metal-free fillings (meaning they will match your teeth). You can expect to love your smile’s health and appearance.
Find Out All About Restorative Dentistry During Visits
Ask us all of your restoration questions when you see us for dental visits, so you feel confident about taking care of your smile when repairs are required. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call Creekside Family Dental Care in Columbia, TN, today at (931) 388–3384.