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Restorative Dentistry – O’Fallon, MO

Discreet & Effective Treatments For Damaged Teeth

Whether you have a damaged or decayed tooth, it’s vital to seek treatment as soon as possible to keep the problem from progressing. In the past, this meant filling or topping your tooth off with a highly noticeable metal restoration. At Twin Oaks Family Dental, we utilize high-quality, durable materials that can be customized to match the color and structure of your natural teeth, providing you with long-lasting protection.

Why Choose Twin Oaks Family Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Custom-Crafted Restorations
  • Putty-Free Digital Impressions
  • Biocompatible Cavity Fillings

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Cavities are one of the most common oral health problems in the United States. If they’re not treated, they can become bigger, making the vulnerable inner-chamber of your tooth susceptible to being attacked by bacteria. We offer strong, biocompatible tooth-colored fillings that bond with your natural enamel. The composite resin filling effectively seals off the decayed portion of your tooth to protect the inner chamber and rebuild its structure.

Dental Crowns

Severely broken or damaged teeth often require the support and protection of dental crowns. These are customized, cap-like structures that can be crafted from a variety of materials, including natural-looking porcelain or ceramic. Once your damaged tooth is prepared, we’ll cement the crown over the visible biting-surface of it to strengthen and shield it from the effects of harmful oral bacteria. With daily maintenance, your dental crown can last for over a decade.

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Tooth Decay Treatment

Tooth decay is an oral health problem that develops as a result of improper oral hygiene. It could cause damage to the layer of enamel on your teeth. It could develop into holes and ultimately form dental cavities which could eventually cause tooth loss if left untreated. Tooth decay can be caused due to gum recession as well. Cleaning your mouth daily is an important part of preventing tooth decay. Brush and floss your teeth every day to keep your mouth clean. Visit our O'Fallon dentist for professional cleaning sessions at least twice a year. Additionally, we also provide other treatments such as root canals that can help to improve your oral health condition. Call us at (636) 275-1054 to know more.

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