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Restorative Dentistry in Madison, AL


Woman looking at her smile in a mirror at Singing River Dentistry.Restorative dentistry is dental care that focuses on the repair of damaged teeth, or the restoration of missing teeth. The primary goal of restorative dentistry is to enhance both the look and function of a patient's smile, and to promote overall oral health. We employ a variety of techniques and treatments, such as fillings, crowns, bridges, and dental implants. These treatments address issues like tooth decay, fractures, and tooth loss. Restorative dentistry plays a crucial role in improving the appearance of a patient's smile, and it prevents further deterioration of dental health. These restorative dental solutions blend seamlessly with natural teeth, and create confidence in our patients.

What Is Restorative Dentistry?


Restorative dentistry focuses on diagnosing, preventing, and treating damaged or missing teeth. The goal is always to restore the function and beauty of a patient's smile. We use multiple techniques and procedures to repair or replace teeth. Common restorative treatments include filling cavities, crowns, bridges, and dental implants. Restorative dentistry improves the appearance of the teeth, as well as the functions of chewing and speaking.

Common restorative dental procedures are a range of treatments designed to address oral health issues, and rehabilitate the smile. These procedures restore oral health and function and enhance the appearance of the smile.

Dental Implants


Dental implants start with titanium posts implanted into the jawbone. Once the jaw is healed, crowns are secured to the implants. Implants are the most stable, and durable solution for any number of missing teeth.

Dental Crown


Dental crowns are custom designed covers that encase and protect damaged teeth. They provide a strong barrier, and preserve the natural look of the teeth.

Same Day Crowns (CEREC)


Same Day CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) streamline the process of obtaining dental crowns into a single day. Getting a crown used to involve multiple appointments that included taking impressions, sending them to a dental laboratory, and waiting for the fabrication of the crown. But Same Day CEREC Crowns use CAD technology to create a crown and fit it in one single dental visit.

Dental Bridge


Bridges are used to replace one or several missing teeth, but not a full arch. A bridge is secured with adjacent natural teeth, or dental implants.

Inlays & Onlays


Inlays and onlays are indirect restorations that repair moderately damaged teeth. They are used when decay is too small for a filling.

Dental Filling


Dental fillings are the most common restoration. We target cavities by removing decayed portions of the tooth, and filling the void to prevent further decay.

Partial & Complete Dentures


Dentures are removable dental appliances designed to replace missing teeth and restore oral function. They offer both functional and cosmetic benefits. Dentures improve chewing ability, aid in speech, and provide support to facial muscles, preventing the sagging that occurs when teeth are missing. Partial dentures work in conjunction with existing teeth, complete dentures replace all teeth in a full arch.

Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. They consist of replacement teeth attached to a base made of metal or acrylic material. Partial dentures anchor to the existing teeth to prevent movement. They fill gaps created by missing teeth and support natural teeth that are still present.

Complete dentures are employed when all of the natural teeth in the upper or lower jaw are missing. They are a full arch of artificial teeth set into a base that resembles natural gum tissue. Complete dentures are custom fitted to the patient's mouth held in place by suction and adhesives.

Implant Supported Dentures


Implant supported dentures are securely attached to either four or six dental implants that have integrated into the jawbone. This prevents the slippage that is a problem with traditional dentures, and the implants stimulate bone growth within the jaw.

Root Canals


A root canal is a procedure performed to treat a tooth that has damaged or infected pulp. Pulp is the soft tissue inside the tooth that contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. During a root canal procedure, our team removes the pulp, cleans the inside of the tooth, then fills and seals the space to prevent reinfection. A root canal alleviates pain, and saves the natural tooth. However, the tooth may require a crown to protect it from further damage or decay.

Tooth Extraction


Tooth extraction is when a tooth is removed from the mouth. Dentists may recommend tooth extraction for various reasons, including severe tooth decay, advanced gum disease, impacted wisdom teeth, overcrowding, or trauma.

Tooth extraction is often a last resort when other dental treatments are not feasible or effective. We always aim to preserve natural teeth whenever possible. Tooth extraction is often necessary to maintain overall oral health by preventing the spread of infection.

Tooth extraction is a routine dental procedure, and it is essential to follow post-extraction care instructions to promote proper healing. Patients are advised to avoid activities that could disrupt the healing process, such as vigorous rinsing, smoking, and consuming hard foods.

After a tooth extraction, patients may experience some swelling, discomfort, or bleeding, which are normal reactions that typically subside within a few days. Pain relievers, ice packs, and following the dentist's post-operative instructions manages these symptoms.

Simple Extraction


Our team performs simple extractions everyday by administering local anesthetic to numb the area around the tooth and prevent discomfort. We then use specialized instruments to loosen and remove the tooth. However, some teeth require a surgical extraction.

Surgical Extraction:Wisdom Tooth Removal


When a tooth is covered by bone or the gums, or it is broken or decayed to the point that a simple extraction is not possible, it requires a surgical extraction performed with the highest level of expertise, by an oral surgeon (OMS). Many patients choose sedation for more intricate tooth extractions, such as wisdom tooth removal.

Smile Makeover


A smile makeover is a comprehensive and personalized dental procedure that enhances the appearance of a patient's smile. Any combination of cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments may be used to complete a smile makeover. This treatment restores stained, misaligned, decayed, chipped, and missing teeth.

Cosmetic components of a smile makeover include teeth whitening, veneers, and orthodontic treatment for alignment. Restorative procedures like dental implants or crowns are used to restore missing or damaged teeth. The result is a brand new smile that looks great, improves oral health, and creates confidence.
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