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Restorative Dentistry Storts Family Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is the process of recovering a tooth’s shape and appearance back to its natural state. If your smile contains a cavity, severe tooth decay, or a damaged tooth, or if you have experienced a traumatic accident that has affected your teeth, our restorative services are the solution for you.

Restorative dentistry services take many forms, and luckily our dentists in Southern Oklahoma have expert-level experience and passion when it comes to all of them! Restorative dental care is one of the dental services we provide to the public in our Ardmore, Marietta, or Madill, OK, dental offices.

Restorative Dentist in Southern OK

Restorative Dentistry in Southern OK

Rehabilitative or restorative dental services can renew the full function of the smile by replacing missing teeth or protecting worn and weakened teeth:

Dental Crowns

A dental crown will prevent your weak, broken, or cracked teeth from breaking further by using crowns to help restore your smile. Tooth crowns are caps that can cover and protect teeth. Crowns may also stabilize dental bridges or cover single dental implants. We’re proud to offer “same-day” crowns and bridges utilizing CEREC technology. Say goodbye to temporary crowns and multiple appointments!

Dental Implants

Dental implants are known as the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. They are cylindrical titanium posts that we place in the jaw bone. Over three to six months, the implant post-fuses with the jaw, creating a stable foundation for a dental crown, bridge, or denture. Because implants replace missing teeth at the root, they support the surrounding bone, making it simpler to bite and chew. Dental implants also prevent restorations from slipping.

Restore Your Oral Health 

Do you need to restore your smile? Contact our Ardmore, Marietta, or Madill, OK, offices for restorative dental care today. You may also request a dental consultation with our team online. Let us know if you have any questions or current dental concerns you would like to discuss with our team, and we will be happy to help you.