Restorative Dentistry Corinth

Restore Teeth with a Natural Look

Dental crowns and fillings are two of the most common procedures we offer, as they’re able to help strengthen and repair teeth affected by decay and damage. Dr. Mackie uses high-quality, natural-looking materials to craft her restorations, making sure they seamlessly blend in with the rest of your smile without highlighting certain teeth. She also provides full mouth reconstructions, which are comprehensive treatment plans designed to restore smiles that are more severely affected by dental health concerns. Read on below to learn about these options for restorative dentistry in Corinth that we offer.

Why Choose Loretto Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • High-Grade Dental Materials Used
  • Biocompatible, Tooth-Colored Cavity Fillings
  • Dentist with Over a Decade of Experience

Dental Crowns

Dental crown covering a tooth in a model of the mouth

Dental crowns are designed to fit like caps over your teeth to provide them with additional support and protection. They can be crafted from a wide variety of materials based on your aesthetic preferences, including porcelain, gold, zirconia, and porcelain fused to metal. Before the crown can be secured to the affected tooth, Dr. Mackie will remove a small amount of enamel, which will allow it to seamlessly fit over the tooth and integrate with the rest of your smile.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Close up of dental patient having their teeth examined

Cavities cause teeth to erode and break down, leading to the inner layers becoming vulnerable to bacterial attacks. Tooth-colored fillings are designed to repair erosion caused by cavities, rebuilding and protecting teeth by sealing off these vulnerable lower layers, called the dentin and pulp or nerve. Dr. Mackie uses a biocompatible composite resin material for this procedure, as it bonds to the  tooth enamel and is custom-shaded to match the color of your surrounding teeth.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of mouth with flawless white teeth

For patients who have extensive dental damage, decay, or tooth loss, full mouth reconstruction may be the best comprehensive solution to restore your smile. If the thought of receiving multiple treatments makes you anxious, you’ll appreciate our digital smile simulation software that allows us to show you what your smile will look like after your procedures. This removes much of the nervousness or guessing involved in the process, helping you feel confident about moving forward with our recommended treatment plan.