What is Restorative Dentistry?

Basically any form of dental work that improves the function of the teeth comes under the heading of restorative dentistry. From a simple filling — to the most complex root canal treatment — a dentist can perform wonders for even the most unsightly and unhealthy teeth and gums. 

Some of the most common forms of restorative dentistry are:

  • Dental bridges, implants and dentures to restore missing teeth
  • Dental bonding and veneers to improve appearance of teeth
  • Dental crowns, fillings and root canals to preserve teeth

While restorative dentistry procedures and cosmetic dentistry procedures often overlap, cosmetic dentistry usually covers how the teeth look while restorative dentistry focuses on how they function. 

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