Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentists In Grandville MiAs the name suggests, the goal of restorative dentistry is to restore the health and function of your tooth so you can experience life with a healthy smile. Our dentists in Grandville, Michigan, can help you explore your treatment options so you can get back on track with your oral health.

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Fillings

Dental fillings are one of the hallmarks of general dentistry. When a tooth is fractured or decayed, the most common and conservative way to restore the tooth is for our dentists in Grandville, Michigan, to place a filling.

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Onlays

Our dentists may recommend an onlay to restore a moderately broken or decayed tooth that requires something more than a filling but doesn’t yet need a crown. Think of an onlay as something between a dental filling and a crown.

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Dental Crowns

Do you have a tooth with significant injury or decay? If so, our dentists in Grandville, Michigan, may recommend a crown to cover and protect the visible portion of the tooth above the gumline.

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Dental Bridges

Our dentists may recommend a dental bridge to replace one or more missing teeth. A bridge connects the teeth on either side of the missing space together with one or more replacement teeth, called pontics.

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Dental Implants

Modern dental implants are one of the best and most popular ways of replacing missing teeth. In fact, they are the closest you can get to natural-looking, pearly white teeth. With dental implants, our dentists can help you put your best smile forward.

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Dentures

Depending on your unique circumstances, we may recommend a denture as a tooth replacement option. Dentures are held in place and supported by the gums, but dental implants are used increasingly today to aid in the retention and stability of dentures.

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Root Canals

Are you experiencing a severe toothache? If so, our dentists may recommend a root canal to relieve your pain and save your tooth. A root canal is a procedure where the dental pulp is removed and replaced with a root filling.

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Periodontal Treatment

Do you suspect that you have periodontal (gum) disease? If so, it’s important that you schedule an appointment with one of our dentists. During your appointment, they’ll be able to diagnose and treat the source of your dental discomfort.

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Tooth Extractions

A tooth extraction can refer to either permanent or primary (baby) teeth. Although permanent teeth are the second and final set of teeth we receive, there are a number of reasons why the patient might benefit from their removal.

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