Dr. Bruce Matthews, DDS
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What Is Restorative Dentistry, and How Can It Help My Oral Health?

February 19, 2021
Posted By: Bruce E Matthews, DDS, PA
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If you have broken, damaged, or missing teeth, smiling, and speaking can be challenging. In some cases, it isn't easy to enjoy meals. Left untreated, broken and damaged teeth can also lead to pain and infection.

Restorative dentistry in Wilmington, DE is all about restoring your smile and enhancing your oral health.

Restore Your Smile with Our Dentist

Your dentist in Wilmington, DE provides a consultation. We want to learn more about what you’re looking for in a new smile during this visit. It may be that you have a broken tooth, a missing tooth, or even multiple issues to address.

For broken and cracked teeth, your dentist may suggest dental crowns to restore the stability of these teeth and support the impact of your bite. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped jacket that fits over a damaged or unsightly tooth.

Dental bonding is also a great option for minor chips. Bonding is made of tooth-colored resin that can be spread across a damaged tooth to conceal issues. It is later set with a special light. This is ideal for those on a budget or anyone looking for fast results.

For missing teeth, you may consider a dental bridge or dental implants in Wilmington, DE to restore your smile.

We also offer cosmetic dentistry, including dental veneers to conceal chips and small fractures.

The Oral Health Benefits of a Restored Smile

Closing tooth fractures and chips help prevent infections, cavities, and even the need for extractions. And a full smile prevents tooth migration and encourages an aligned bite that keeps your teeth healthy and intact. It also promotes a healthier and more diverse diet, which is good for your oral health and full-body wellness.

Are You Ready to Restore Your Smile Today?

If you’re considering smile restoration, we encourage you to reach out to our dental team today to get started.

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