At Dentistry at Hickory Flat, Dr. Brian Lee and Dr. Katherine Lee believe that every patient deserves to have teeth that are truly at their best. Unfortunately, tooth decay, injuries, and more can rob you of that goal over time. Thankfully, our practice features several excellent restorative dentistry options that are designed to rebuild attractive, durable dental structure you can rely on. We place dental implants, design customized restorations like crowns and bridges, fill cavities with tooth-colored fillings, and much more! To get started, contact our Canton location and schedule an appointment. It’s never too late to start enjoying an amazing smile again.
Dental crowns are designed to rebuild individual teeth that have been badly damaged by infection or physical trauma. The restoration fits over the visible shape of the tooth, both recreating its natural appearance and preserving what remains of the tooth underneath. Patients can count on crowns to restore both function and cosmetic appearance.
Alternatively, dental bridges are designed to replace missing teeth that appear consecutively on the same row. This prosthetic is securely anchored in place by two dental crowns that attach to natural teeth on either side of the gap, giving the patient back their oral function and sense of self-confidence.
Both crowns and bridges can be completed in just two visits here in Canton, and they provide strong, attractive results that are built last for a decade or even longer.
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Instead of relying on traditional amalgam, our dentists are proud to use metal-free composite as an attractive alternative that closely matches the original shade of your tooth enamel. Tooth-colored fillings are designed to blend in with your smile seamlessly, and they’re also 100% biocompatible and free of potentially harmful mercury. Their conservative nature is also perfect for smaller fillings, which means that we can preserve more of your tooth’s remaining healthy structure in the long-run. With proper brushing and flossing at home and consistent checkups, patients can expect their new filling to last for a long time.