Restorative Dentistry – Newark, CA

How We Fix Damaged and Decayed Teeth

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Tooth enamel is even stronger than your bones, but it lacks living cells and thus cannot heal when damaged. So if your tooth becomes broken or decayed, it will stay that way. That being said, however, you can have your damaged tooth restored with the help of the experts at Newpark Mall Family Dental Group. After taking a look at your tooth, we can repair it with a personalized restoration, such as a crown or a filling. Call us today if you’re in need of restorative dentistry in Newark to get your smile’s health back on track.

Why Choose Newpark Mall Family Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Beautiful, Durable Restorations
  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • Team That Cares About Customer Service

Dental Crowns

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A dental crown is a cap that can be placed over a natural tooth; it’s a versatile restoration that can be used in all kinds of situations. You may be familiar with gold crowns, but at our practice, we can provide zirconia crowns and porcelain crowns that can be customized to match the appearance of your natural tooth. Regardless of the material they’re made of, dental crowns are quite durable, and some can last for as long as 15 years if they are maintained properly on a daily basis.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Small cavities can be treated with tooth-colored fillings. The empty space will be filled in with composite resin, a material that closely matches the appearance of natural tooth enamel. The composite resin will be carefully shaded to make it virtually indistinguishable from the rest of the tooth, so most people won’t notice that you have a filling. You can therefore enjoy having a healthy smile again while also maintaining a grin that you can show off with full confidence in a variety of situations.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

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You may end up with multiple damaged teeth after an accident, or you may suffer from extensive decay as a consequence of oversights in your oral hygiene routine. But no matter how bad the situation may seem, our team is here to help you reclaim a healthy grin. We’ll examine your mouth and learn more about the specific problems that you’re suffering from. Then we will let you know what treatments may be necessary to restore your oral health; crowns and fillings will often be recommended, but other treatments could be required as well. We will go over each step of the full mouth reconstruction process with you and help you put together a plan that’s right for your smile.