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Restorative Dentistry Claremont, CA

At Claremont Dental Institute, we provide comprehensive, personalized restorative dentistry designed to rebuild healthy, stable smiles. Restorative dentistry includes treatments that address underlying functional issues, oral disease, and repair damage to the teeth, jaw, and gums.

Our team of highly trained, experienced dentists combined their advanced education and state-of-the-art digital technology to provide their patients with quality dentistry that promotes overall good health and oral wellness.

restorative dental services and prosthodontics in Claremont California

Advanced Solutions for Complex Dental Concerns

Restorative dentistry is the branch of dentistry that focuses on repairing complex dental issues. These types of procedures address various dental concerns, from replacing missing teeth to eradicating gum disease to rebuilding and recontouring a healthy gum line. The end result will also restore the aesthetics of the tooth. These issues can arise from severe tooth decay, fractures, or oral diseases.

Restorative dentistry procedures are vital in the dental field. Restorative treatments will restore and enhance your oral health, fix your bite function, and restore your smile. Our goal is to preserve as much of the natural tooth structure as possible when addressing your dental problems. Regular check-ups and preventive care are vital to maintaining optimal dental health.

Restorative Dentistry in Claremont, CA

There are various treatment options for replacing missing teeth or repairing teeth that are damaged. The dentists at Claremont Dental Institute work with patients to build treatment plans that fit within their budgets, complement their lifestyle, and meet their goals and needs. We offer the range of restorative dentistry necessary to meet your needs and bring back your natural smile including

Solea Laser Therapy

The Solea laser nearly eliminates the need for anesthesia during complex procedures. Solea treats gum disease, repairs tooth decay, and contours gums. This state-of-the-art dental technology is less invasive, more precise, and promotes natural healing for better long-term results. Learn more about Solea laser therapy here: Solea Laser Therapy.

Dental Crowns

Using digital technology, your dentist can create 3D digital molds of your teeth, helping them create a precise, natural-looking dental crown that blends seamlessly into your smile. Dental crowns are a versatile restoration that addresses several cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. Learn more about dental crowns here: Dental Crowns.

Dentures & Partials

Dentures and partials replace several consecutive missing teeth or a full arch of missing teeth. Our dental lab custom-designs dentures from modern dental materials that will mimic the natural appearance of human teeth. Today’s dentures are more secure and comfortable than in the past. Modern dentures can even be permanent with the addition of dental implants. Learn more about dentures here: Dentures & Partials.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge replaces missing teeth creating a beautiful, natural-looking smile. A dental bridge anchors to adjacent teeth or dental implants to improve function and provide longer-lasting results. Learn more about dental bridges here: Dental Bridges.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are quickly becoming the standard in missing tooth replacement. The most natural option for replacing a missing tooth is dental implants. They replace the missing tooth root and fuse with the jaw bone, preventing bone loss and facial sagging, and reducing the risk of secondary health conditions associated with prolonged tooth loss. Learn more about dental implants here: Dental Implants.

Periodontal Therapy

Gum is a leading oral health disease affecting children, teens, and adults. Periodontal therapy removes harmful oral bacteria, repair periodontal pockets, and promote long-term oral wellness. Learn more about periodontal therapy here: Periodontal Therapy.

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) Treatment

TMD is a painful disorder that affects the health and function of the jaw joint. While there is no one cause or course of treatment for TMJ issues, Claremont Dental Institute provides tailored treatment plans to address the underlying cause of jaw pain and facial discomfort. Learn more about treatments for TMJ issues here: TMJ Treatment.

Real Patients, Real Results

View the videos below to see dental treatment results from real patients of Claremont Dental Institute.

How Can I Prepare for Major Dental Work?

You will need to prepare for major dental work both practically and mentally. This will ensure that you are confident going into your appointment and that the experience is more comfortable. The dental team at Claremont Dental Institute will keep open lines of communication and have your treatment planned out in advance. Here are some tips for being well-prepared for your restorative treatment:

  • Ask as many questions as you like or voice any concern you have during your consultation. This will help you obtain a clear understanding of your procedure, what the outcome will be, and any potential risks.
  • Inform your dentist of all the medications and supplements you are taking. Fill out your complete medical history as best and honestly as you can.
  • Make sure you understand the cost of your dental work and the financial impact it will have on you. Learn about your payment options and how much your dental insurance will cover.
  • Follow any pre-operative instructions that your dentist gives you, such as fasting, if your procedure requires it.
  • Make sure you understand all your post-operative care instructions. Prepare for them before your appointment. This includes having soft foods, pain medications, ice packs, or oral care products ready. Follow your instructions for the best outcome and fast healing.
  • If the procedure involves sedation dentistry, arrange for someone to drive you to and from the dental appointment.

Holistic Dentistry For Better Oral Health

Claremont Dental Institute practices holistic dentistry. This unique platform of dental health care considers all aspects of the patient’s well-being. Biological dentistry uses metal-free dental fillings, zirconia ceramic implants, and TMJ therapy for a more natural approach to restoring your oral wellness.

Your dentist will analyze all parts of your chewing system to create a treatment plan tailored to your unique needs and personal goals. We provide our patients with conservative treatment options that make a minimal impact on their well-being. Request a consultation online, or call us today.