Restorative dentistry serves to remedy the effects of decayed, damaged, cracked, chipped, worn, or unsightly teeth. These necessary treatments is that our treatments will improve the appearance of your smile as well as help you regain your oral health.
Your dental health affects your overall well-being. Decay, damage, and disease can jeopardize your smile and put you at risk for health complications. City Smiles offers a variety of restorative therapies to renew your smile and improve your quality of life.
Dr. Chris Hill uses esthetically pleasing tooth-colored fillings and all-ceramic crowns to return form and function to compromised teeth. If you have a tooth with a damaged nerve, Dr. Chris Hill may perform a root canal to save your tooth from extraction. To replace missing teeth, we offer dental implants, crown and bridgework, and dentures and partials.
To learn which restorative treatment might be right for you, please call (314) 678-7876 (Downtown St. Louis) or (314) 678-7876 (Clayton) or email us today for an appointment with St. Louis restorative dentist Dr. Hill at City Smiles’ office downtown or in Clayton.
Restorative Dentistry Procedures
Modern dentistry offers many healthy treatment options. Mercury-free materials provide natural results that leave you smiling. Cavities, chips, and fractures occur on any tooth surface throughout the mouth. Composite filling material provides a versatile solution to many common problems. Blended into a prepared area, the composite polishes to a smooth, undetectable surface.
Teeth rarely fracture or decay in a perfectly predictable way. Sometimes damage is too great for a basic filling, but not big enough for a crown. Porcelain onlays provide an excellent solution for teeth that need extra reinforcement without being covered entirely. Bonded into a place, they provide years of natural feel, function, and esthetics.
Your smile projects a powerful message everywhere you go. If small chips and other minor cosmetic damage is affecting the appearance of your smile, dental bonding is a quick and inexpensive way to repair damaged teeth.
Dental crowns are used to restore badly damaged teeth. Also called dental caps, these restorations are matched for color and resemble your natural teeth.
While many patients are concerned about root canals, modern techniques often make this procedure as quick and simple as any other procedure. Infected teeth in danger of removal can be disinfected and filled with a sealer, leaving a safe solution for problematic situations.
Gum disease continues to be the leading cause of tooth loss in adults today. A devastating condition when left untreated, periodontitis doesn’t have to write your story. But a strategic approach with focused treatment and home care is essential to control this chronic bacterial infection. Plus, this disease can aggravate other serious medical conditions that may seem unrelated to your mouth.
Comfortable Restorative Dentistry
Your comfort and peace of mind are important to us. If you experience anxiety at the thought of visiting the dentist, Dr. Chris Hill can calm your nerves and eliminate your fear with oral conscious sedation. Our ultimate goal is your healthy smile, and we will do all we can to provide a positive, pleasant, and successful experience.
If you have any questions about any of the above restorative dental care treatments, please contact our office at (314) 375-5353 for more information. Our friendly and helpful team is always happy to answer your questions and help you schedule dental visits.