Restorative Dentistry in Mooresville & Troutman, NC

Restoring missing teeth can give you a new outlook on life. When you begin losing teeth, even just one, it can make a significant impact on your physical and emotional well-being. It can be harder to enjoy healthy foods, and you are put at risk for other oral health issues. Gaps in your smile can make you self-conscious and less confident. It can even impact the look of your face and the sound of your speech. Replacing missing teeth can give you back your beautiful smile, protect your health and restore your confidence. At Curtis Family Dentistry, we can help you replace missing teeth and care for restorative dentistry options like dental implants. We work with our patients to find solutions for replacing missing teeth and help them improve their oral health. On top of our fixed dental bridges, we also offer the following restorative dentistry services:
Let our team help you regain a complete, healthy smile and improve your quality of life with top quality dental care services. You deserve to feel good about your smile and have the confidence to smile again.

Complete Dental Restorations

When you lose several teeth or more, your overall health can be affected. Chewing becomes difficult, and the fibrous foods that are good for your health are often left behind. We offer complete dental restorations to give you back your complete smile. You can enjoy healthy foods and look like your old self again, making a big difference in your life. If you are struggling with lost teeth, come see our team at Curtis Family Dentistry. We can help you find restoration options that will meet your needs and fit into your lifestyle. We accept many dental insurance plans to help mitigate the cost and offer flexible payment options for your convenience. Contact us today to schedule your restorative dental consultation.

What’s the difference between restorative and cosmetic dentistry?

Restorative dentistry works to repair and restore teeth that have been affected by tooth decay, gum disease, and trauma, among other issues. Cosmetic dentistry usually refers to services that enhance the appearance of the teeth, like professional teeth whitening and orthodontics. It’s not uncommon, however, for the two types of dentistry to overlap. Dental crowns, for example, restore and protect teeth, but they are also designed to enhance the appearance of each tooth and match the size, shape, and color of the surrounding teeth.

How will I know which treatment is right for me?

If you know something is wrong, but you’re not sure what the problem is or what service(s) you need, our team would be happy to assess your situation and create a custom treatment plan just for you. We have the knowledge, experience, and technology necessary to diagnose and treat a wide range of dental issues quickly and effectively. We recommend that patients schedule Routine visits at least twice per year so we can catch and treat dental issues early when they are typically easier to treat.

Does Curtis Family Dentistry practice conservative dentistry?

Our team always strives to offer comprehensive and conservative dental care. We want to provide high-quality treatments that treat issues efficiently but do not cost the patient extra time or money. With restorative dentistry, we work especially hard to minimize the number of treatments that patients have to receive and the number of appointments that they have to attend to restore their teeth and gums back to their original appearance and functionality.

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