Your Restorative Dentist in D’Iberville Can Repair Your Smile

Many of our longtime patients first came to us for help getting their smile back into shape. It could have been from tooth decay, an injury, or just genetics, but some problem brought them to our door. Just as we helped them, we can make your smile look great and function properly again. Your restorative dentist in D’Iberville can use their skills and experience to help you:

  • Smile with full confidence that your teeth look good
  • Look younger, healthier, and more attractive
  • Improve your oral health and total body health
  • Look forward to dining out and trying new dishes
  • Boost your overall self-esteem

Let’s get started fixing up your smile! Call Back Bay Family Dentistry today at 228-220-2117 to schedule your consultation. Our office is conveniently located not far from the intersection of I-10 and I-110.

Eat Without Pain or Worry

Over the years, our expert team has used restorative dentistry to help countless patients enjoy more beautiful and functional smiles. We love seeing a patient smile at their repaired teeth in the mirror. It means we’ve achieved our goal of helping that patient enjoy their smile again.

We use advanced technology like digital impressions, 3-D printing, and a cone beam CT scanner to ensure you receive the best treatment possible. You can even have your choice of sedation options to help you relax and enjoy your time with us. You can receive inhaled laughing gas or oral sedation using a small pill.

We offer many types of restorative dentistry to our patients. You may need one or more of these treatments:

  • Tooth-Colored Fillings – Our natural-looking fillings will repair dental damage and blend in with the rest of your smile. They are made from tiny particles of glass and plastic. They don’t contain any metal.
  • Dental Crowns and Bridges – We’ll use the latest technology to make sure your new crown or bridge fits perfectly and performs as it should. We can cap damaged teeth or replace missing teeth with these restorations.
  • Inlays and Onlays – These custom restorations are usually made from ceramic. They are used when tooth damage is too extensive for a standard filling but doesn’t need an entire crown.
  • Dentures – Pair your dentures with dental implants for a snug and comfortable hold. Your new teeth won’t slip or come out when eating, talking, or laughing. Traditional dentures are also available if desired.
  • Dental Implants – With these artificial teeth roots anchored in your jaw, you can replace any number of missing teeth. Improve your quality of life with more confidence when smiling and greater comfort when eating.
  • Root Canals – Our 3-D CT scanner will enable us to plan your procedure down to the smallest detail. This treatment will stop your toothache, save your tooth from extraction, and prepare it for a new crown.

Don’t live any longer with a damaged smile! Your restorative dentist in D’Iberville can make your smile beautiful and healthy again. Call Back Bay Family Dentistry today at 228-220-2117 to schedule an appointment. You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry include?

Restorative dentistry is any service that aims to repair damaged teeth or replace missing teeth. While good oral hygiene and preventive dental care can lessen the need for restorative procedures, most people will need at least a few restorative treatments during their lifetime. Common treatments include dental fillings, crowns, bridges, and root canals.

What does restorative dentistry cost?

Because restorative dentistry covers a wide range of procedures, you can expect an equally wide range of costs depending on the treatment you need. A simple tooth filling will cost much less than a dental crown, for example. Replacement teeth, like dentures and dental implants, will require more planning and more involved procedures, so you can expect a greater financial investment.

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

Maintaining good oral health isn’t just about keeping your teeth and gums clean. You will also need dental treatment if you develop problems like tooth decay, cavities, and oral infections. Restorative dentistry is designed to treat those types of problems – many of which can cause pain and disrupt the function of your teeth.

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