Restore Your Teeth to Full Beauty and Strength in Washington, DC
The restoration or replacement of damaged teeth not only enhances cosmetic appearance but also improves chewing and digestion by enhancing dental function. Injury, advanced decline, and congenital imperfections are just a few conditions preventing many adults from enjoying the benefits of a healthy smile.
Dr. MJ Waroich and the expert team provide restorative options for all your oral health needs, such as porcelain crowns, bridges and implants. Contact us for a full assessment and dental restoration plan today.
To maintain a powerful and healthy smile, preserving the natural tooth structure is essential. We offer conservative care to safeguard the natural function and beauty of your smile. Using premium products, we are dedicated to providing you the best possible restorations. Some restorative procedures we provide include:
From Fillings to Crowns, We Use the Latest in Dental Technology
Processes and procedures have changed, even five years ago, from how fillings were done. Dentistry is constantly moving forward to give better filling products, and we remain up-to-date with these modifications so we can provide you with the most sophisticated dental care.
Composite, like natural teeth, can offer you a white and translucent filling, so all you see is your smile, not your fillings. New techniques make it possible to remove decay more accurately, so your tooth maintains more of its natural structure, making it stronger. The powerful bond produced with new composites will provide a more safe and lasting restoration that will last over time. Fillings are ideal for catching and stopping decline before causing severe harm, and most treatments can be finished at just one time.
When Are Crowns, Inlays, and Onlays Used?
If you can't fill profound cavities with normal fillings and you have enough good tooth remaining to save, we use inlays or onlays to maintain your natural tooth. These restorations, much like a filling, replace damaged areas and restore normal function and appearance. An inlay will fit into a tooth's cusp, and an onlay will fit into the cusp. If these services cannot repair the damage, our a full crown can save your tooth by covering the entire surface above the gum line. These restorations can assist:
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Chipped teeth
- Closing unwanted gaps
What is the Process for Crowns, Inlays, and Onlays?
We will create a dental impression after the damaged sections of the tooth are removed that is used to create your custom restoration. Digital technology has improved this process's speed and efficiency so you can get your treatment done quickly and get back to your normal routine as quickly as possible. Composite restorations are also easy to take care of and will last many years when properly cared for. Daily brush and floss and visit our office for regular examinations at least every six months to keep your restorations in top condition.
What Is the Cost of Restorative Dentistry?
The cost of dental restoration will vary depending on how many teeth need treatment and any other oral health conditions. We can catch cavities or other problems early when you keep your regular cleanings and exams, which greatly reduces the time and material needed to correct the problem. Not only will our therapy help restore your smile, it can also assist avoid future problems and give you a smile about which you can feel great. Our experienced team will work with you to create a plan that meets your budget and will manage all treatments to ensure that you spend as little time in the chair as possible.
Why do Some People Need Root Canal Treatment?
As with any medical procedure, there are instances when the treated area does not heal as expected. With root canal there are several conditions that may cause root canal treatment to fail, including:
- Complicated canal anatomy
- Narrow or curved canals missed in the first treatment
- Delay of crown placement following original treatment
- Salivary contamination inside the tooth
Other issues can jeopardize an effectively treated tooth, such as fresh root decay, a loose or broken crown, or a fresh tooth injury. Advanced technology is constantly altering the way root canal therapy is conducted, so that re-treatment can significantly improve many processes. The significant thing to remember is that if there is a powerful likelihood of saving the tooth, it is worth the effort to have a tooth handled again. For many years, a treated tooth can work and provide vital assistance for the gum and jaw.
What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth that is permanent and highly effective with a 95%-98% success rate. Implants create a permanent anchor for your restoration, from a single crown to bridges, to fill the space and stimulate your jaw bone for long-term oral health benefits.
What Are Dental Bridges?
If you have a few missing neighboring teeth, the gap can be filled by a bridge. The traditional fixed bridge is a popular option for anchoring replacement teeth using adjacent healthy teeth.
Fixed bridges for missing teeth are a permanent solution. Two crowns are attached to the adjacent teeth, and an artificial tooth is inserted in the middle to anchor the bridge. A fixed bridge prevents the remaining teeth from shifting and can be made from colored tooth materials to achieve your cosmetic goals.
Fixed bridges are a non-invasive approach that resembles your natural smile. Similarly, to crowns, fixed bridges require more than one appointment.
Preserve Your Restorations
Your restorations are intended to last, and for a long time with adequate care you will appreciate a good bite. Continue visiting Dr. MJ Waroich for routine examinations every six months so we can examine your teeth and gums health and check for signs of wear and tear in your restorations. Like any dental problem, early intervention will save you time and money.