Thanks to restorative dentistry, it’s possible to repair damaged or decaying teeth without the need for extractions or complex surgical procedures. At Sunrise Smile Design, Rick Campbell, DDS, PC, uses restorative dentistry to help individuals achieve the smile of their dreams. To make an appointment at the practice in Phoenix, Arizona, call the office or click the online booking tool today.
Restorative dentistry uses oral prosthetics to repair damaged, decaying, or unattractive teeth. Dr. Campbell boasts years of experience developing custom restorative treatment plans. He works with each individual to ensure they’re happy with the final result.
Aside from improving the appearance of your teeth and smile, restorative dentistry encourages good oral health. By correcting damage or decay, it’s possible to lower the risk of complications like gum disease, gum recession, and tooth loss.
At Sunrise Smile Design, Dr. Campbell offers a variety of restorative dentistry services, including:
If you have misaligned teeth or a malpositioned jaw, Dr. Campbell might recommend orthodontic treatment with Invisalign. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign requires no archwires or rubber bands. Instead, it uses clear, plastic aligners to place mild pressure on your teeth. The process is quick, convenient, and discreet.
Cosmetic dentistry uses whitening solutions, dental restorations, and other advanced treatments to improve the aesthetic appearance of your teeth and gums. Dr. Campbell offers an array of cosmetic dentistry services, including veneers, teeth whitening, dental implant restorations, and cosmetic bonding.
Crowns are tooth-shaped caps made of ceramic or porcelain. Once bonded to a tooth, they prevent damage or decay and restore your biting and chewing abilities. By practicing good oral hygiene, crowns often last 10-15 years and sometimes longer.
Bridges are dental restorations that fill a gap in your smile. They’re held in place with two crowns or a metal framework and prevent your remaining, healthy teeth from moving out of position.
Dental implants are small metal posts that replace your natural tooth roots. Dr. Campbell places them in your gums during an outpatient procedure, and they integrate with your jawbone afterward. Dental implants feel and function like your permanent teeth. With good oral hygiene, they often last a lifetime.
Anyone who has missing, damaged, or decaying teeth can benefit from restorative dentistry. By taking action now, Dr. Campbell can minimize the risk of future complications and help you achieve optimal oral well-being for years to come.
To explore restorative dentistry, make an appointment at Sunrise Smile Design by calling the office or clicking the online booking tool today.