Repair Your Damaged Smile With Restorative Dentistry in Kennewick, WA

It’s easy to take your teeth for granted until you lose oral function. Missing or damaged teeth make it tough to chew your food or even speak clearly. Restorative dentistry not only makes those things possible, it makes your smile more attractive too.

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Restorative dental care from our Kennewick, WA dentists:

  • Makes it easier to take care of your teeth so they stay healthy
  • Enables you to smile with confidence again
  • Fills gaps in your smile so you won’t experience alignment issues
  • Protects your teeth from further damage

If you have damaged or missing teeth, call Grandridge Dental at 509-737-1800.

Choose From Multiple Tooth Replacement Options

Our dentists can replace missing teeth with:

  • Dental Implants – Depending on the type of dental restoration used with them, implants can replace anywhere from one tooth to a whole mouthful of teeth.
  • Dental Bridges – You can replace a single tooth or several missing teeth with a bridge. Unlike dentures, a bridge won’t need to be removed for cleaning.
  • Dentures – Full or partial dentures are a reliable option for replacing teeth.

Fix Your Damage With Restorative Dentistry Procedures

From cavities to infected teeth, we can fix dental damage with these restorative dentistry procedures:

  • Tooth Fillings – Repair cavities with metal-free, tooth-colored fillings that won’t show in your smile.
  • Dental Crowns – A crown mends cracks, breaks, and cavities too large for fillings. It can also serve a cosmetic function, covering a stained or misshapen tooth.
  • Inlays and Onlays – These restorations work well for cavities too big for fillings but not large enough for crowns.
  • Root Canals – This procedure removes infection from the center of your tooth to keep it intact and prevent the infection from spreading.

Soothe Your Nerves With Dental Sedation

Some restorative dental treatments can be lengthier or more complex than other procedures. Our dentists thoroughly numb you with local anesthesia so you won’t feel a thing. If you’re still anxious about a restorative dentistry procedure, you can choose from two safe forms of dental sedation to stay relaxed throughout your treatment:

  • Fast-acting inhaled sedation (“laughing gas”)
  • Oral sedation in the form of prescription medication

To see how restorative dentistry can help you, call 509-737-1800, or contact us using our convenient online form.

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