Restorative Dentistry

Get the Smile You Want Today!

It’s important to feel good about your smile. Losing teeth or having an imperfection in your smile can hurt your confidence. Not only that, missing teeth can also cause problems with your remaining teeth. If you are missing teeth and wish you had a complete smile, or have imperfections like misshapen teeth that affect the appearance of your smile, restorative dentistry is the solution for you.

It’s Time to Choose You!

Schedule a visit for the whole family today!

Why Should You Visit Soundview Family Dental for Your Restoration Needs?

Soundview Family Dental puts your dental care first. We know how difficult it can be to lose a tooth, not have a full smile, or not be able to eat what you’d like. We know it can be difficult or embarrassing to talk about something you don’t like about your appearance. At our office, we aren’t here to judge.

Our mission is simple: to help you regain your smile, and your confidence with tooth restoration. We offer a variety of treatment options that will fill gaps and correct imperfections. Whether you’re missing one tooth, or need full mouth restoration, our Edmonds office has the technology and the skill to improve the look and function of your smile.

Schedule your consultation today by giving us a call at (425) 563-6360 or by clicking here.

Restorative Dentistry in Edmonds WA

Is Restorative Dentistry Right for You?

Before and After Restorative Treatment

Restorative Dentistry is for anyone who has missing teeth. It doesn’t matter what age you are; it’s never too late to have a complete smile, one you can be proud to show off.

Because each of our patients is unique, we will assess your specific situation, and find the perfect solution that fits both your oral health needs, and your budget. There are several types of restorations available, including bridges, dentures, dental implants, and inlay or onlays for correcting chips or cracks that fillings won’t fix.

If you’re tired of looking in the mirror and not seeing the smile you want looking back at you, or if your eating and speech are affected by a tooth loss or gap in your smile, restorative dentistry might be the ideal choice for you.

Learn about your options with restorative dentistry by scheduling a consultation with one of our dentists, Dr. Kitts and Dr. Hewett.

You can call our office at (425) 563-6360, or request an appointment online today!

Benefits of Choosing Restorative Dentistry Solutions

There are many great reasons why you should consider restorative dental procedures to regain the appearance and function of your teeth. With restorative dentistry, you can:

N
Fill gaps in your smile.
N
Regain lost confidence.
N
Smile more – because you will want to.
N
Improve your ability to eat certain foods.
N
Replace dentures with permanent dental implants, the gold standard for tooth replacement.
N
Save your natural teeth.

Our Restorative Services

At Soundview Family Dental, our extensive range of services allow us to customize your restorative treatment plan. Not everyone wants dentures, and not every patient will find that bridges work for their situation. During your consultation, we will look at many factors, including the area where teeth are missing, the condition of remaining teeth, and other complications that may limit your options or require additional treatments. We will make sure that you have all the information and advice you need to make the best decision for your smile goals, and for your budget.

Dental Bridges

Bridges will ‘bridge’ the gap in your smile. They are designed to replace one or two missing teeth in the same area of the mouth. A bridge will use adjacent healthy teeth as support. This is a fixed dental device that acts like your natural teeth, using porcelain crowns as the replacement teeth.

Dental Crowns

When a tooth isn’t too far gone but has suffered some damage, a crown will be the best solution to restore it to a healthier, more functional state. A crown will look like your natural tooth, using a tooth-colored crown, often made of porcelain. It fits right over your natural tooth and can solve cracks, chips, or even broken teeth.

Dental Implants

Considered one of the best, and most permanent, replacement for missing teeth, dental implants provide an excellent platform for restorations. Dental implants can be used to replace one tooth, several, or a full arch. With dental implants, your dentist will install a titanium screw into the jawbone that acts as a support for special dental devices, including implant supported bridges and dentures. Using dental implants, patients get a natural looking smile restoration, which works just like their real teeth.

Dentures

As the most affordable option for tooth replacement, dentures have been used for centuries. These work great for those who have multiple missing teeth at different areas in the arch, or for those that need to replace all their teeth. Dentures, however, do have some downsides, including less comfort for the wearer, and they often contribute to bone loss.

Inlays and Onlays

When your tooth hasn’t had extensive breakage, but it suffers from significant cracks or chips, inlays and onlays are an excellent solution. These will ‘hide’ the damage of the tooth while preventing further damage. Onlays are sometimes referred to as partial crowns.

Full Mouth Restoration

For those that are missing all their teeth and looking for the best solution to regain a full smile, our Full Mouth Restoration treatment is an excellent option. Instead of using dentures to replace your teeth, we will install dental implants to support a special denture. Full mouth restorations can include extractions of teeth that aren’t savable, and implants can be installed the same day.

Missing Teeth Can Contribute to Alignment Problems

Missing just a single tooth can throw off the alignment of your other teeth. While this may not seem significant right now, the alignment of your teeth is crucial to your oral health. When teeth overlap, the probability of tooth decay increases dramatically. Teeth will be harder to clean, and cavities can form. Alignment issues will require more extensive treatment to correct and may require orthodontics.

The sooner you replace missing teeth, the better. You can avoid many of the pitfalls of alignment problems, or teeth shifting out of place, with restorations. For those that have damaged teeth, corrective procedures like crowns can save your tooth before it dies. Yes, teeth can die, and if they do, they may need to be extracted.

Restore Your Missing Teeth

Imagine Having a Full Beautiful Smile – For Life!

Restoring your smile can open the doors to many opportunities. By having teeth you can be proud to show off, you can feel confident in your social, work, and even romantic relationships!

Tooth loss can affect many areas of one’s life, but thankfully, you don’t have to keep letting a missing tooth or teeth get in the way of you going after your dreams. With restorative dentistry, let Soundview Family Dental give you back your smile, and get you back to feeling like yourself.

Our Guarantee

If you’ve been living with gaps in your smile or if problems with broken teeth have taken a toll and made you feel self-conscious, there is no better time to seek a solution. We guarantee our dentists will do everything they can to match you with the best service to fit your needs. Our goal is to give our patients a smile they love, one that actually improves their confidence, happiness and quality of life. No matter which dental treatment is right for you, we know you will love the results.

Regain Confidence and Function with Restorative Dentistry!

We Look Forward to Hearing from You!

Stop worrying about your smile, and learn about how restorative dentistry can work for you. Soundview Family Dental is pleased to be your Edmonds dentists offering a variety of solutions to replace missing teeth and preserve damaged teeth.

Get a comprehensive consultation with Dr. Kitts or Dr. Hewett and learn about all your restorative dentistry options.

Call our office at (425) 563-6360 or schedule an appointment online, anytime.

Contact Us

Share This