Restorative Dentistry – Panama City, FL
Improving and Protecting
No smile is beyond repair. Even if you have multiple teeth that are cracked, decayed, or otherwise damaged, Dr. Waheed has multiple options for restoring them. And if you happen to have lost a permanent tooth, it can be replaced with a reliable, long-lasting prosthetic. If you want to keep getting the most out of life, you need a complete, fully functional smile; call us today to schedule a consultation and explore your various options for restorative dentistry in Panama City, FL.
Why Choose Baldwin Family Dental for Restorative Dentistry?
- Patient Comfort as Our Top Priority
- A Focus on High Quality Treatments
- Convenient One-Visit Restorations
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Individual dental crowns are used to preserve and strengthen damaged teeth. These restorations are highly versatile and can be used in many different situations; they can also be an extremely image-friendly solution when made out of high-quality ceramics. If a tooth is missing altogether, it can be replaced by a pair of crowns that hold a prosthetic between them. This is called a dental bridge, and it makes for a sturdy, non-removable option for filling in gaps in your grin no matter where they’re located.
Are you worried that your fillings are going to draw unwanted attention? There’s no need to worry; metal amalgam is no longer your only option for repairing small cavities. Tooth-colored composite resin can be used to replace the missing dental structure while blending in with the enamel. Not only is this type of filling far more attractive, it’s also healthier for the tooth. The resin bonds with the enamel, meaning it strengthens and supports it instead of weakening it over time.
Today’s dentures are quite a bit sleeker than the ones your parents and grandparents might have worn. They fit much more comfortably in the mouth and are more likely to stay in place without the need for adhesive. Traditional dentures can be removed so that they can be thoroughly cleaned and easily stored. That said, to give your new teeth more permanence and chewing power, you can also look into having dentures supported by dental implants.