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.

Looking for restorative dentistry in Edmonds? Contact Soundview Family Dental today. We can help.

Dr Eric Kitts - Owner and Dentist
Our Dentist Smiling With Patient In Chair

Why choose our
restorative dentist in Edmonds

We put 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.

Let us care for your smile!

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Benefits of
restorative dentistry

If you’re struggling with dental problems like tooth decay, broken or missing teeth, or gum disease, you’re not alone. These issues can cause discomfort, pain, and even difficulty eating. Luckily, restorative dentistry can help you restore your oral health and function.

Restorative dentistry includes procedures like dental implants, crowns, bridges, and dentures that are designed to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy with restorative dentistry.


Improved oral health

Restorative dentistry procedures can help prevent further damage to your teeth and gums, and improve your overall oral health.


Enhanced smile

Restorative dentistry can improve the appearance of your smile by filling in gaps, replacing missing teeth, and repairing chips and cracks.


Long-lasting results

Restorative dental procedures are designed to last for years, providing you with a long-lasting solution to your dental problems.


Better eating and speaking

Restorative dentistry can help you eat and speak comfortably and confidently.


Increased confidence

Restoring your oral health and appearance can boost your confidence and self-esteem.

Restorative Dentistry Services

Would you like to replace your missing teeth?

Having missing teeth can be upsetting for just about anyone. It will impact your ability to eat, sometimes speak, and affect how confident you feel when smiling. However, there is a better solution to living with missing teeth, with overdentures. These dental fixtures can replace several missing teeth in the top or bottom arch, restoring the appearance of your smile, as well as give better external features.

Overdentures, no matter if you choose to use dental implants, or your natural root for support, are an excellent choice for anyone that desires a full smile. They can be more cost-effective than other solutions, long-lasting, and more durable, offering the wearer a greater sense of permanent replacement.

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.

Comfortable Pain Free Dentistry

Our restorative dentistry services

Single Tooth Dental Implant


Dental implants are a long-lasting solution for replacing missing teeth. They consist of a titanium post inserted into the jawbone, an abutment, and a custom-made crown or other dental restoration.

Single Tooth Dental Crown


Crowns are custom-made dental restorations that cover the entire visible part of a damaged or weakened tooth. They provide strength, protection, and an improved appearance, ensuring your tooth can function properly.

Single Tooth Dental Bridge


Bridges are dental restorations that replace one or more missing teeth by anchoring an artificial tooth (or teeth) to the neighboring teeth. This helps fill the gap and restores your smile’s appearance and function.

Full Set Lower Denture


Dentures are removable dental appliances designed to replace multiple missing teeth. They come in various types, including full and partial dentures, to help restore your smile and chewing ability.

Dental Inlay - Multiple Teeth In Gums

Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and onlays are custom-made dental restorations used to repair teeth with moderate decay or damage. They offer a conservative alternative to crowns, preserving more of your natural tooth structure.

Is restorative dentistry right for you?

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.

Cosmetic Dentist, Eric Kitts in Edmonds WA

Our guarantee

If you’re experiencing tooth damage or decay, we’re here to help. Dr. Kitts is a skilled dentist who specializes in restorative dentistry, which means he has the expertise to help you regain your oral health and function. Whether you need a filling, crown, bridge, or implant, we’ll work with you to develop a customized plan that fits your needs and budget. Our goal is to help you achieve optimal oral health, so you can enjoy a lifetime of healthy, functional teeth.

Contact us

Stop worrying about your smile, and learn about how restorative dentistry can work for you. Soundview Family Dental is pleased offer a variety of solutions to replace missing teeth and preserve damaged teeth. Get a comprehensive consultation with Dr. Kitts and learn about all your restorative dentistry options. Call our office or schedule an appointment online, anytime.



Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on diagnosing and treating problems with teeth, gums, and other structures that support the teeth. The goal of restorative dentistry is to restore the function and appearance of your teeth, while also improving your overall oral health.


Restorative dentistry can improve your oral health in many ways. For example, replacing missing or damaged teeth can prevent surrounding teeth from shifting out of place, which can cause problems with your bite and lead to gum disease. Additionally, repairing decay or damage can prevent further decay and infection, which can also impact your overall health.


Typically, most dental insurance companies will not contribute to the cost of a dental implant. Implants are considered a cosmetic procedure, and most don’t offer coverage for this type of process. A conservative estimate for the costs of a single dental implant is $3,000-$4,000.


The length of time for a restorative dental procedure depends on the specific procedure and the extent of the damage. Some procedures, like inlays and onlays, can be completed in a single visit, while others, like dental implants, may require several visits over a period of months.


The recovery process after a restorative dental procedure can vary depending on the specific procedure and the extent of the damage. In general, you may experience some discomfort or sensitivity in the days following the procedure, but this can typically be managed with over-the-counter pain medications. It’s important to follow any post-procedure instructions provided by your dentist to ensure a successful recovery.

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