Restorative Dentistry Parker

Lifelike Restorations to Repair Damaged Smiles

Having a smile that looks and feels natural is important, and it is why at RidgeGate Dental, we use only the most beautiful and lifelike restorations to repair damaged smiles. You can also opt for a gold or porcelain fused to metal crown as well. The choice is yours! No matter the type of material used to restore your appearance, you can trust that our restorative dentists, Drs. John Ahern and Kara Arnold, will improve the function and aesthetics of your smile to your liking. Call us today to schedule an appointment to learn more about the types of restorative dentistry we offer.

Why Choose RidgeGate Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Variety of Materials Used to Craft Restorations
  • Two Dentists Who Are Experts in Restorative Dentistry
  • We’ll File Your Claims to Ensure Maximum Reimbursement

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are commonly known as “caps,” and they serve a protective purpose for teeth recently treated for dental decay or damage. Customized to fit over the tooth and mimic its size and shape, it can also blend in with nearby healthy teeth or be crafted from gold or porcelain fused to metal. At RidgeGate Dental, we also use zirconia, porcelain, and eMax crowns to strengthen these teeth and deliver improved function when it comes to eating, speaking, and having a confident smile.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

When faced with a cavity, it is important that you receive timely treatment before it spreads and requires more invasive dental treatment. With a tooth-colored filling that relies on composite resin as opposed to traditional metal amalgam, we can seal the tooth from reinfection and ensure you maintain a more natural appearance. With tooth-colored fillings, we can avoid removing more of the natural tooth structure while delivering maximum support and protection from bad bacteria.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Missing teeth, tooth decay, cavities, and extensive damage cannot all be treated using one restorative method of dentistry. Instead, full mouth reconstruction is the only solution that can restore, repair, and fully rebuild smiles. By combining two or more cosmetic or restorative services into one treatment plan, your oral health and aesthetics will improve, giving you the confidence and assurance you need to feel great about yourself once again.