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Regain Your Smile With Restorative Dentistry

A new smile is just a phone call away!

Restorative dentistry doesn’t just improve the look of your smile – it also improves its function. Its purpose is to restore your natural smile and prevent oral health issues from occurring in the future.

Whether one, a few, or all of your teeth have been damaged by an injury or an illness, Dr. Chavez has restorative dental treatments to help repair them. He specializes in repairing tooth decay, tooth damage, and tooth loss – even when the issue is severe.

Restorative Dentistry In Lakewood, CO

There’s nothing more important to us than helping you feel confident in your dental health and your smile! Email or call the dental office of Dr. David Chavez at 303-984-0307 to experience how painless restorative dentistry can be when you see a top dentist in the field. Lakewood, CO patients have trusted their smiles to us for many years when it comes to these restorative treatments.

White Fillings
Treating a cavity involves taking out the decayed portion of the tooth and replacing it with restorative material. Filling in the missing portion can involve one to four surfaces of the tooth.

Crowns & Bridges
Crowns are recommended when there is not enough tooth structure to support a filling after the decay is taken out. They are also recommended when there is a visible line or crack on the enamel or extending from a current filling. A crown can prevent the crack from progressing to the root.

Inlays & Onlays
An inlay or an only may be recommended to repair just the biting surface of a tooth (but to preserve more tooth structure than a filling). Inlays and onlays are custom-made to fit within the cusps of the tooth.

Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment repairs and saves an infected or badly decayed tooth. If left untreated, an abscess surrounding the bone and root can cause risk of tooth loss. Root canal treatment involves removing the nerve, cleaning the canals, draining the infection, and filling the canals with rubber material. Fixing the crown portion of the tooth afterward is a separate procedure.