Restorative Dentistry in Jacksonville, FL
Are missing or damaged teeth preventing you from living life comfortably? At Normandy Dentistry, we offer high-quality, restorative dentistry to improve your smile’s appearance and functionality. From routine fillings to a complete smile makeover, we’ve got you covered. Ready to get your oral health back on track? Call to schedule your consultation with our restorative dentist in Jacksonville today!
Fillings are one of the most common treatments in restorative dentistry and it’s likely you’ll need at least one in your lifetime. We offer composite, tooth-colored fillings that blend in seamlessly with your natural tooth. After the decay has been removed, your filling will be applied and cured in layers for a seamless finish.
Often referred to as dental caps, crowns are tooth-shaped casings that completely cover the visible portion of your natural tooth. They may be used to support your natural tooth’s structure, change the appearance of your tooth, cover a tooth after root canal therapy, and even replace a missing tooth with the help of a dental implant.
If you’re missing one or more teeth, a dental bridge may be used to close the gap. Bridges consist of two or more dental crowns with false teeth in between. Your dental crowns will be permanently attached to the natural teeth or dental implants surrounding your gap and the false teeth will fit perfectly into the empty space.
Implants are small titanium posts that act as replacement tooth roots. They are surgically placed into the jawbone and fuse with it. Implants create a stable foundation for the artificial teeth to attach to. Depending on how many implants you get and how many teeth you’re missing, we can place a crown, bridge, or denture onto them to complete your smile. Implants are a permanent, popular tooth replacement method among patients and dentists alike!
Full & Partial Dentures
Thanks to improvements in dentistry, dentures are now more durable and comfortable than ever before. We offer both full and partial dentures to accommodate a variety of tooth replacement needs. Partial dentures are used when you still have teeth remaining in the gum line, while full dentures are used to replace an entire lower or upper arch of teeth.
Root Canal Therapy
Though many people view root canal therapy as a complicated treatment, it’s actually fairly simple. First, we will remove the infected pulp of your tooth and thoroughly clean the canal. Next, we will seal it with a tooth-colored material to prevent future infection. If the structure of your tooth has been compromised, a dental crown may be placed to protect it.
Wisdom Tooth Removal
Rather than referring you out to an oral surgeon, we’re equipped to perform wisdom teeth removals completely in house. From creating your personalized treatment plan to seeing you for your follow-up visit after the procedure, we do it all. Our goal is to keep you as comfortable as possible throughout your surgery and provide you with detailed aftercare instructions for a speedy recovery.