Lake Leelanau Restorative Dentistry
The goal of restorative dentistry is to repair damage done to your smile after injury or illness.
If you have missing teeth, we also provide tooth replacement options to help you smile with confidence.
To learn more about our restorative dentistry options, click on the links below.
Wish you could replace missing teeth? Our holistic dentists are able to use CEREC to place your new tooth bridge in one appointment. We understand that you have a busy schedule, which is why we use CEREC to streamline the dental bridge procedure.
Are missing teeth giving you low self-esteem? Schedule a consultation with one of our holistic dentists to explore your tooth replacement options, including dental implants. Unlike dentures, dental implants fuse to your jawbone for permanent stability.
Our holistic dentists do everything in their power to save a tooth. However, sometimes we’ll need to extract a tooth as a last resort to protect your oral health. Before emergency tooth extraction, we’ll take x-rays to determine the best method for pulling teeth.
Dentures are removable false teeth that help you eat and smile with confidence after tooth loss. Whether you need new dentures or want to replace worn dentures with the latest style, we can customize both complete and partial dentures.
Your same day dentist can use CEREC to create and place porcelain crowns in one appointment. We understand that you have a busy schedule, which is why we may use a CEREC crown to restore your tooth. The procedure to get a CEREC crown is minimally invasive.
A dental crown (also called a “tooth cap” by our patients) is used to restore a tooth to its natural strength and appearance. You may be a candidate for a dental crown if your tooth was made fragile by a large cavity, fracture, root canal therapy, or repeated dental procedures.
Inlays and onlays are a great compromise between fillings and dental crowns. If the damage to your tooth is too severe for a filling, your dentist may recommend a dental inlay or onlay. Inlays and onlays are sometimes called “indirect fillings.”