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Repair & Replace Teeth With Your Restorative Dentist in Lincroft

Stats Image Over half of adults have problems chewing because of the condition of their teeth. Source.
Get your oral function and attractive smile back with the help of a restorative dentist in Lincroft. At Newman Springs Dental Care, we may even be able to repair your tooth in a single appointment with the help of CEREC same-day crown technology! Our restorative options will:

  • Stop decay and fix cavities
  • Strengthen weakened teeth
  • Replace missing teeth
  • Mend cracks, breaks, and similar damage
  • Return infected teeth back to health

Our dental team offers an array of restorative dentistry services to fix your smile. We’ll provide anesthetic for your comfort and can also relieve your anxiety with dental sedation options. Call Newman Springs Dental Care at 732-352-3903 to schedule an appointment. Your consultation will be free if you are a new patient here. Plus, you can join our comprehensive dental care plan to save on your treatment.

Repair Dental Damage With Restorative Treatments

Whether you are missing teeth, have a cavity, or need to repair your broken or cracked teeth, we offer treatment options that can fix what is wrong with your smile. They include:

  • Tooth-Colored Fillings – It is best to find decay before it causes pain, so we encourage you to visit us for routine dental exams. If needed, we’ll provide a gentle tooth filling so your tooth will be good as new. Unlike metal fillings, our composite fillings look completely natural in your smile.
  • Root Canals – We will do everything possible to save natural teeth before considering extraction. If a cavity has grown to the point that the nerves and soft tissue inside your tooth get infected, we can save the tooth by performing a gentle root canal. Thanks to modern techniques, the treatment is no more painful than a simple tooth filling.
  • Same-Day Dental Crowns – Dental crowns completely cap damaged teeth for protection and added strength. Thanks to the state-of-the-art CEREC technology we use, we can provide a dental crown in a single visit.
  • Dental Bridges – This restoration literally bridges the gap left by a missing tooth. Your replacement tooth or teeth will blend in seamlessly with the rest of your pearly whites.
  • Dentures – If you need to replace several or even all of your teeth, we can provide custom dentures to restore your oral function and grin.
  • Dental Implants – Another tooth replacement option is dental implants. We can attach several types of restorations to them to replace damaged or missing teeth, including dental crowns, dental bridges, and dentures.

Get your confident bite back with treatment from a skilled restorative dentist in Lincroft. Call 732-352-3903 for an appointment, or schedule one online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry include?

Restorative dentistry is made up of services that rebuild your ailing smile. These services are designed to repair and replace damaged and missing teeth, including treatments like tooth-colored fillings, root canals, dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Your dental team here are experts at using restorative dentistry to renew any type of damaged smile.

How much does restorative dentistry cost?

Because restorative dentistry covers a wide range of treatments, there is no easy way to give you an estimate on your restorative dental care without first knowing exactly the type of treatment you need. Once we have examined your teeth and mouth and worked up a treatment plan, we can provide you with an accurate estimate to repair your smile.

Does getting a root canal hurt?

Despite its reputation, getting a root canal doesn’t hurt as much as you might think. We will numb the area to ensure the only thing you feel is pressure while we fix your tooth. We also offer several sedation options so you don’t feel a thing. There might be some discomfort after the procedure, but we will give you after care instructions to make sure you don’t feel much pain at home either.

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