Have you ever had restorative dentistry? Many people don’t realize that the dental crown they had a few years back is restorative dentistry. Many don’t know that dentures are also restorative, too. At University Dental Group in Orlando, FL, we want to help our patients understand the importance of restorative treatments and will let them know if they are a good candidate for restorative dentistry.
What Makes a Good Candidate for Restorative Dentistry?
As your preferred dentist in Orlando, we will provide you with the preventative dentistry that helps you avoid more serious matters like deep decay, gum disease or tooth loss. However, there are many reasons that regular dentistry cannot provide a good solution, and that is when a restorative dentist steps in to offer answers.
Our patients can visit us for such restorative solutions as:
These treatments bring issues like decay or damage and pain to an end, and yet also restore the use of the teeth and gums to the greatest extent possible. For example, you may have struggled with decay or disease and lost several teeth. We can restore the use of your mouth by offering dentures, a bridge or even dental implants. This means that almost everyone, at some point in time, becomes a candidate for restorative dentistry.
Of course, while restorative treatments are wonderful, they are not a replacement for ongoing dental care. No matter what led to you becoming a good candidate for restorative dentistry, you must also commit to providing any and all of your restorations with regular hygiene, dental exams and any other follow up care. If you want to have restorations but are not willing to look after them, you may not be a great candidate for this sort of treatment. Fortunately, almost everyone understands that missing teeth reduce their oral health, general health and even their quality of life. From pain to difficulty eating and speaking, missing or damaged teeth are extremely challenging. So, if you are tired of struggling with any such issues, you are a good candidate for treatment.
Can You Benefit from Restorative Dentistry?
Did this answer your questions or concerns? If so, feel free to give us a call at our Orlando, FL office at 407-679-5151. You can also use our online contact form and one of our staff will get back to you promptly.