Restorative Dentistry – Auburn, CA
Expert Smile Repair in Auburn
Whether you have decayed, chipped, or badly broken teeth, know that your smile could look and feel as good as new if you wanted it too—all you need to do is call Sierra Dental Care! Dr. Haddad can literally rebuild any tooth using a variety of custom-made restorations, making any issue practically disappear behind a flawless white tooth. If your smile needs a little (or a lot) of TLC, give us a call, and we’ll fix you right up!
Why Choose Sierra Dental Care for Restorative Dentistry?
- Restorations specially-designed for each patient
- Natural-looking, mercury-free tooth-colored fillings
- High-quality crowns that can last for decades
What if I Do Nothing?
Your teeth are not able to heal themselves like other parts of your body, so if you have a small cavity or slightly chipped tooth, we almost guarantee that it will get worse over time. Decay will grow, and eventually, the tooth will develop pain and probably need to be removed. Chipped teeth cannot only cause cosmetic concerns, but their sharp edges can also lead to irritation for the cheeks and gums, and the tooth will likely wear down and become weak very quickly.
Dental crowns are designed to fit over damaged teeth and protect them, but they are also shaped to look, feel, and function just like natural teeth as well. Dr. Haddad can use them to fix cavities that are too large for fillings, restore chipped and cracked teeth, and even replace a missing tooth when paired with a dental implant. They can be made of a variety of materials such as durable metal and beautiful ceramic, and it only takes two appointments to design, fabricate, and place a 100% custom-made one.
Instead of a metallic material like traditional fillings, tooth-colored fillings are composed of a composite resin, which is basically plastic mixed with microscopic glass particles. It can be shaded to match any patient’s enamel color, helping the restoration practically disappear into the smile. We can also better preserve a tooth’s natural strength when placing tooth-colored fillings because they don’t require as much enamel to be removed to stay secure.