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Restorative Dentistry – Rome, GA

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Damaged Teeth

Enamel is even stronger than bones, but it has a crucial weak point: it has no living cells and cannot regrow or repair itself after being damaged. But that doesn’t mean you have to live with a cracked, broken, or decayed tooth. Instead, you can get a customized treatment plans for restorative dentistry in Rome, GA that covers the damaged area, allows the tooth to function normally, and restores your smile’s appearance from Dr. Weldon. Call today for a consultation if your smile has become injured or worn down.

Why Choose Weldon Dental of Rome for Restorative Dentistry?

Dental Crowns

Animated smile demonstrating dental crown restorative dentistry treatment

A crown is placed around the entire surface of the tooth in order to protect it from further damage. This also helps hold together and strengthen weakened teeth. Most crowns are made out of ceramic nowadays because the material can be easily personalized to match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth. Crowns are designed to withstand the forces of your bite and thus are extremely durable, typically lasting for several years with the right care.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Closeup of smile with tooth colored filling being examined by dentist

Fillings are typically used for small cavities and minor dental injuries. Silver amalgam used to be the standard for fillings, but they came at the cost of leaving a very conspicuous dark spot on the tooth. By contrast, tooth-colored fillings are made to blend in with the enamel so seamlessly that you can hardly tell that they’re even there. They’re made out of composite resin that can be easily molded into the teeth without making extensive alterations to the dental structure.

Full Mouth Reconstructions

Man sharing flawless smile after full mouth reconstructions

An individual crown or filling can repair a single tooth. What happens if all of your teeth need to be rebuilt? In these cases, it’s necessary to plan a full mouth reconstruction, which involves using a combination of restorations and prosthetics based on how many teeth are injured or missing. Crowns and fillings may be used to protect and restore your remaining teeth while implants, dentures, and bridges can be employed to fill in any empty space.

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