Repair Your Smile with Restorative Dentistry in Newark

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Although teeth are created to last a lifetime, there are certain situations that may cause your smile to become damaged. When your smile has become compromised, you can rely on our dental team here at White Clay Dental Associates. Your dentist in Newark, either Dr. Donald T. Bond or Dr. Timothy D. Ganfield, can use their expert training and resources to provide effective, long-lasting restorative care to repair your smile.

Here are the best ways that our dentists can restore one, two, three—even all teeth!

Dental Crowns and Bridges

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A dental crown is a viable option for patients who are dealing with weakened or damaged teeth. The dental damage calls for a restoration that will fully rebuild the tooth back to its original strength and aesthetics. Fractured teeth, severely decayed teeth, or an infected tooth that’s just undergone root canal treatment can benefit from dental crowns.

Furthermore, for those looking to address multiple teeth that are consecutively damaged can use a dental bridge. With a dental crown or bridge you can:

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Complete and Partial Dentures

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When patients are missing just a few or even all their teeth, dentures can be a fast, easy and inexpensive way to replace them. While dentures will never be natural teeth, they are a tried and true way to have a complete smile again.

In fact, with our dentist’s expertise in cosmetic and restorative care, you’ll receive a dental prosthetic that offers great aesthetics and improved function. Here are some of the benefits we offer with our dentures:

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Dental Implants

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If you are looking for a permanent solution to your tooth loss, dental implants in Newark are the best option for you. A single implant can be placed into the jawbone to restore a missing tooth. In just the same way, several implants can be placed throughout the jawbone to hold a bridge or dentures firmly with restorations known as implant-retained prosthetics. Dental implants can help you:

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If you would like to learn more about how our experts here at White Clay Dental can help you restore and keep teeth, feel free to contact our office for more information.