When your teeth become broken, damaged, chipped, cracked, decayed, worn or just unappealing to look at, restorative dentistry becomes an effective way to restore your tooth’s structure, strength and aesthetic. Not only does your tooth’s health affect your overall wellness, but it can put you at risk for further health complications and even jeopardize your smile. At Smile On Dental Studio, we offer a selection of restorative dentistry options to restore your smile and improve your quality of life.

If you’re interested in learning more about our restorative dentistry options and would like to schedule an appointment with one of our dentists in. Clayton, MO, please contact our dental office by calling (314) 678-7876 or sending us an email. Dr. Hill specializes in creating beautiful full-ceramic crowns, restoring teeth with tooth-colored fillings, and other restorative treatments like dental implants, root canals, dentures, and more.

Restorative Dentistry Procedures

Dental Fillings

No longer do you need a mouth full of unsightly silver fillings if you have a cavity. With modern dentistry, we use mercury-free fillings made of composite material. We choose a color for the composite material to match your teeth for a smooth, undetectable finish. Your dentist uses composite material to fill cavities, or fix cracks or chips in your teeth for a natural finish.

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Onlays

Tooth fractures and decay rarely happen in a convenient and predictable way. In some cases, there is too much damage to composite fillings to restore your teeth but not enough to require a dental crown. In this case, porcelain onlays provide the perfect solution for teeth that need additional help without the complete coverage of a crown. Your dentist bonds the onlay in place to provide a natural-looking, functioning and feeling restoration.

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Dental Bonding

Your smile is the first thing another person notices about you. If you have cosmetic damage or small chips in your teeth, it’s most likely affecting your smile and the way you feel about it. Dental bonding uses tooth-colored composite material to fix imperfections on your teeth as an inexpensive way to repair your damaged teeth.

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Dental Crowns

When teeth become badly damaged, worn, fractured, cracked, or had a large root canal, a dental crown can restore your tooth back to complete function and strength. It’s colored and shaped to look completely natural and blend in with your surrounding teeth.

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Root Canals

When your tooth becomes infected, you either need to extract it or have a root canal. By opting for a root canal, you can preserve your natural tooth. Root canals are painless procedures that involve removing the infected pulp from your tooth, disinfecting the tooth, and sealing the tooth.

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Periodontal Care

Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in American adults. When you leave gum disease untreated, it can lead to tooth loss and other health conditions. Recognizing the signs of periodontal disease and early treatment can help you prevent tooth loss. Our strategic approach can help you maintain a beautiful and healthy smile.

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Woman showing off her smile after restorative dentistry

Comfortable Dental Restorations

Your comfort, care, and smile aesthetics are important to our staff at Smile On Dental Studio. Dr. Hill uses his cosmetic touch in every aspect of dentistry. Your restorations will help your teeth function and look better. If you experience any anxiety prior to your appointment with us, we’re happy to provide you with oral conscious sedation to help you relax during your procedure. This ensures you have a positive experience with us.

If you have any questions about our restorative dentistry treatments or would like to learn more about a certain procedure, please contact our dental office by calling (314) 678-7876 or sending us an email to request an appointment. We look forward to helping you restore your smile.