Restorative Dentistry – Scottsdale, AZ
Repairing Smiles with Faster Restorative Solutions
Restorative dentistry consists of dental crowns, dental fillings, and other similar restorations that are designed to protect, strengthen, and improve the state of your smile. Because tooth damage and decay can range in severity, it’s important to restore the health of a tooth so that it functions normally in the future. At Shea Dental of Scottsdale, our multi-doctor practice is here to repair smiles with faster solutions, so don’t hesitate to call our office to schedule an appointment for restorative dentistry in Scottsdale.
Why Choose Shea Dental of Scottsdale for Restorative Dentistry?
- Same-Day Dental Crowns & Restorations for Faster Results
- Advanced Technology for Reduced Wait Times
- Dental Laser Used to Treat Teeth with Cavities
When a tooth is damaged as a result of facial trauma or decay, it may be unable to support itself. But with a customized dental crown made out of EMAX or zirconia, your smile can once again be fully functional while remaining fully protected. Designed to fit over the entire tooth, a dental crown offers protection, while the underlying tooth strengthens over time. When properly cared for, these restorations can last 10-15 years or more before requiring replacement.
CEREC Same-Day Dental Crowns & Restorations
A traditional dental crown can take several weeks to create before it is returned and ready for placement. However, with CEREC same-day dental crowns and restorations, we can complete the start-to-finish process while you wait! Using CAD/CAM technology and an in-house milling unit, we can fabricate your customized crown and put it in place all in one appointment. This not only saves you on trips to and from the dentist’s office but also ensures that your tooth is better protected before you leave.
Whether you’ve previously received an amalgam filling that needs to be removed, or you need a filling to treat an existing cavity, our team can use tooth-colored materials to ensure safety, protection, and aesthetics. Using our Fotona laser, we can target areas of decay without touching healthy tooth structure. This eliminates the need for a drill and allows us to use a more malleable composite resin to fill in the tooth and form a tight seal.