Visit Our Office for Dental Restorations in Shrewsbury

Posted on: November 1, 2016

Dental RestorationsWe provide dental restorations in Shrewsbury and encourage you to call us whenever you have a damaged, broken, or infected tooth.  In our dental office, we put our patients first.  Your health and your comfort are our top priority.  We also understand the critical role that your natural teeth and roots play in your overall health.  Many people do not realize that each tooth and root helps to keep your jawbone strong.

When you lose a tooth, the bone is no longer stimulated by it, and the body thinks that it has lost its function.  This can lead to resorption where the body begins to leach calcium from the jawbone.  This can have a negative impact on your appearance, making your face look sunken and like you are older than you are.  It can also pose a problem for your remaining teeth.  Each tooth is, therefore, incredibly important both to your appearance and your health.   By restoring a tooth that has been damaged or become infected, we can prevent tooth loss so that you can stay in the best possible oral health.

Knowing that there are several dentists you can choose from, we have taken steps to ensure that when you visit our dental office, your experience will be better than your expectations.  We are a true dental spa.  That means that when you come in with a damaged tooth, you will probably leave much more relaxed than when you came in.  Instead of asking you to visit a clinical environment, our office is warm and relaxing.  We also offer amenities like soothing music, comfortable blankets, the latest movies to watch, hand paraffin wax treatments, aromatherapy oils, and dental message chairs.  This way your experience is truly spa-like and relaxing – perfect for anyone that is struggling with a broken tooth.  In fact, the relaxing nature of our office makes it so that many of our patients do not feel the need for sedation though we do offer it.

When you come in for dental restorations in Shrewsbury, we will first examine your teeth to determine the extent of the problem.  This may also involve taking x-rays.  We will then discuss the various treatment options that are available to you so that you can make an informed decision regarding how to proceed.

Some of the solutions we offer are:

  • Dental veneers.  If you have a cracked or chipped your tooth, dental veneers are an excellent way to restore it in both form and function.  A veneer is a thin shell made of ceramic or porcelain that fits on top of your natural tooth.  Veneers are often used is cosmetic applications so many of our patients choose to have the damaged corrected and their smile enhanced at the same time. 
  • Dental crowns.  When you come in for dental restorations in Shrewsbury, there is a high chance that we will discuss crowns with you.  A crown is a cap that surrounds your tooth entirely.  It can correct teeth that are cracked or chipped and ensure that nothing can touch the damaged tooth.  

Give us a call to go over any other possible restoration solutions that you have an interest in and we will see what we can do. Regardless of what you choose, we can guarantee that your smile will look beautiful and that your experience will be a relaxing one.


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