Restorative Dentistry

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Have you ever found yourself hesitating to smile because of a dental issue? Do you avoid certain foods or social situations due to discomfort or embarrassment caused by damaged or missing teeth? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’re not alone. Countless individuals wrestle with dental challenges that impact their quality of life and self-esteem. However, at Aspen Dental, Dr. Rossow, Dr. Noce, and Dr. Neal believe that everyone deserves a reason to smile. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing comprehensive restorative dental services in Denver aimed at helping you rediscover the joy of a healthy, beautiful smile.

What is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is a branch of dental care focused on repairing or replacing damaged, decayed, or missing teeth to restore optimal function, aesthetics, and oral health. Whether you’re dealing with cavities, cracked teeth, tooth loss, or other dental issues, restorative dentistry offers solutions tailored to your unique needs and goals. From simple fillings to complex dental implants, restorative procedures enhance your smile’s appearance and functionality, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile confidently.

What are the Benefits of Restorative Dentistry?

  1. Improved Oral Health: Restorative dentistry addresses underlying dental problems, such as decay or infection, to promote better oral health and prevent further damage to teeth and gums. By repairing damaged teeth and restoring proper alignment, restorative treatments can help reduce the risk of future dental issues and maintain long-term oral health.
  2. Enhanced Functionality: Missing or damaged teeth can impact your ability to bite, chew, and speak comfortably. Restorative procedures like dental implants, bridges, and dentures restore proper function to your bite, allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods and speak clearly without difficulty.
  3. Natural-Looking Results: Advances in restorative dentistry techniques and materials have enabled incredibly lifelike results. Whether you’re receiving a dental crown, filling, or implant, restorative treatments are designed to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, ensuring a beautiful and natural-looking smile.
  4. Boosted Confidence: A healthy, attractive smile can significantly impact your self-esteem and confidence. Restorative dentistry improves the appearance of your smile and restores your ability to smile, laugh, and interact with others without feeling self-conscious about your teeth.
  5. Long-lasting Solutions: Many restorative dental treatments are durable and long-lasting, providing reliable solutions that stand the test of time. With proper care and maintenance, restorations such as dental implants, crowns, and bridges can last for many years, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of your new smile for the long term.

Our Restorative Dentistry Services

At Aspen Dental, we offer comprehensive restorative dentistry services tailored to address your specific dental needs and goals. Our skilled dentists utilize state-of-the-art technology and advanced techniques to deliver exceptional results and ensure comfort throughout treatment. Our restorative services include:

Dental Fillings: Restore teeth affected by cavities or decay with tooth-colored fillings that blend seamlessly with your natural smile.

Dental Crowns: Protect and strengthen damaged or weakened teeth with custom-made dental crowns crafted from high-quality materials for optimal durability and aesthetics.

Dental Bridges: Replace one or more missing teeth with dental bridges anchored in place by adjacent teeth or dental implants to restore function and appearance.

Dental Implants: Replace missing teeth with dental implants, which provide a permanent, stable foundation for crowns, bridges, or dentures, allowing you to enjoy a complete and functional smile.

Dentures: Restore multiple missing teeth or entire dental arches with custom-fitted dentures designed to look and feel natural while restoring chewing function and facial aesthetics.

Root Canal Therapy: Save infected or damaged teeth from extraction with root canal therapy, which removes infected tissue and seals the tooth to prevent further decay or infection.

Don’t let dental issues hold you back from living life to the fullest. With Aspen Dental’s restorative services, you can take the first step toward rediscovering the confidence to smile, laugh, and embrace every moment with joy. Please schedule a consultation with us today, and let us help you unlock the potential of your smile. Because at Aspen Dental, we’re not just restoring teeth—we’re restoring lives, one smile at a time.

Choosing Oral Hygiene Products

There are so many products on the market it can become confusing and choosing between all the products can be difficult. Here are some suggestions for choosing dental care products that will work for most patients.

Automatic and “high-tech” electronic toothbrushes are safe and effective for the majority of patients. Oral irrigators will rinse your mouth thoroughly, but will not remove plaque. You need to brush and floss in conjunction with the irrigator. We see excellent results with the electric toothbrush Sonicare.

Some toothbrushes have a rubber tip on the handle; this is used to massage the gums after brushing. There are also tiny brushes (interproximal toothbrushes) that clean between your teeth. If these are used improperly you could injure the gums, so discuss proper use with your doctor.

Fluoride toothpastes and mouth rinses if used in conjunction with brushing and flossing can reduce tooth decay by as much as 40%. Remember, these rinses are not recommended for children under six years of age. Tartar control toothpastes will reduce tartar above the gum line, but gum disease starts below the gum line so these products have not been proven to reduce the early stage of gum disease.

Anti-plaque rinses, approved by the American Dental Association, contain agents that may help bring early gum disease under control. Use these in conjunction with brushing and flossing.

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