Restorative Dentistry Procedures

Restorative procedures are required when you face any type of tooth decay. Restorative dentistry helps your mouth to get a functional and esthetic state. You can get the perfect restorative dentistry services from us. The restorative dentistry treats every phase of tooth decay from simple filings to complete tooth replacements.

There are several restorative dental procedures that are the parts of restorative dentistry, which can be applied according to your oral needs. The restorative procedures mentioned below are offered by us, which provide you satisfactory treatments. You can select among the restorative dental procedures mentioned or can ask our dentist which of the restorative procedures is suitable for you.


Filling procedure is accomplished for the tooth decay, which has led to the development of a cavity, or a small hole in the tooth. In the filling procedure, we remove all the areas of tooth decay and replace them with a filling made up of composite resin. The appearance of these resins perfectly matches with the original teeth.

Inlays & Onlays

Inlays & Onlays are for tooth decay, weakened tooth structure, and when there is a need for tooth restoration and reinforcement. First, your decay is removed, and an impression is taken of the area by the dentist, where the restoration process has to be accomplished. Inlays & Onlays are made using porcelain or gold. Inlays covers tooth surfaces, whereas onlays are meant for chewing surfaces of the tooth.


Crowns are used for the teeth, which are chipped, cracked, badly decayed, or otherwise weakened. Crowns can also be made via porcelain or gold, and they add significant reinforcement and protection to the tooth. They cover the entire visible surface of the tooth and maintain its aesthetic appearance.

Fixed Bridges

The fixed bridges are meant for the patients with a missing tooth or several missing teeth. They improve the chewing and aesthetic appearance of the teeth and restore the smile. They are considered as more permanent solutions as compared to the dentures. Missing teeth are replaced with the artificial teeth with bridges. The surrounding teeth are prepared before inserting the bridges.

Root Canal Therapy

You may need the root canal therapy to remove the infected pulp and to replace it with a rubber sealant. “Pulp” is the inside space of each tooth and it carries the blood supply and nerves. When the pulp is accessed by bacteria, it becomes infected and is caused pain and risk of teeth loss. Root canal therapy is the solution to this problem as mention above and our dentists the process of this therapy. After this procedure, the tooth is covered with a protective crown to reinforce the tooth against future fractures.