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Restorative Dentistry – Marana, AZ

Restoring & Reinforcing Smiles

Damage, decay, and missing teeth are unfortunate issues that many patients have to face. Fortunately, our team at Sweet Smiles Family Dentistry & Orthodontics offers customized restorations and prosthetics that are built to last and provide you with a full and functional smile for years to come. To learn more about your options for restorative dentistry from our Marana, AZ dentist, continue reading below. If you’d like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Fitzgerald, please contact our team.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dentist checking patient's smile after tooth colored filling restoration

Cavities are one of the leading oral health problems among people of all ages. In the past, they would be treated using a metal amalgam filling that could cause side-effects like dental sensitivity and tooth and gum discoloration. Today, we use biocompatible composite resin to restore the structure eroded by the decay and protect the inner chamber from harmful oral bacteria.

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Animated smile during dental crown restoration

For damaged and missing teeth, we can craft customized bridges and crowns. Crowns are cap-like structures that are made to fit over the biting surface of teeth to restore their strength and structure. Bridges use crowns to hold free-standing replacement teeth in place. So, they can be utilized together or separately, depending on what oral issue you face.

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Patients who are missing many or all of their teeth along an arch can restore their smiles using full or partial dentures, which are tried-and-true prosthetics. Full dentures are designed to fit over the gums and adhere to the mouth using natural suction, while partial dentures fit like a puzzle piece between your existing teeth. For added stability and strength, you can also have them secured to your mouth using dental implants.

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