Restorative Dentistry – Longmeadow, MA
Your Fully Restored Smile Awaits
Your smile deserves to look and feel good at all times but when decay or damage occurs, it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. Instead, you can turn to our team at Flagship Dental Group for help. With tooth-colored fillings, dental crowns, same-day crowns and restorations, and full mouth reconstruction, we can help you to see a beautiful and healthy smile that works like normal and leaves you feeling better about your appearance. Call us to find out how we can rebuild and restore your smile in a way that will last longer with restorative dentistry in Longmeadow.
Why Choose Flagship Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?
- Digital Impression System for Less Mess
- Natural-Looking Materials to Create Blended Smiles
- We’re In-Network with Many PPOs
Keeping your natural teeth in place is why dental crowns are some of the most popular forms of restorative dental care available. While some might find that extracting a decayed or damaged tooth is best, these customized restorations help to strengthen vulnerable teeth while protecting them from further reinfection or harm. Fitting comfortably over treated teeth, dental crowns are custom-made to blend into existing smiles and last 10-15 years.
Same-Day Dental Crowns & Restorations with E4D
Instead of waiting weeks for a dental crown or similar restoration, we are pleased to provide what is referred to as same-day dentistry. Using E4D technology, we can treat, create, and place a new crown, inlay, onlay, and more in just one day. There is no need to wear a temporary, and you can walk out with a new and improved smile that takes hours instead of weeks to achieve.
Cavities can easily spread if left untreated; however, with tooth-colored fillings, we can eliminate the decay and fill in the damaged area to create a stronger, healthier tooth. Instead of using traditional amalgam that can expand and cause further damage, we opt for a composite resin that is malleable and can be color-matched, so you’ll never know it is there. And with proper care, you can expect your filling to last up to a decade before it needs to be replaced.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
If your teeth have chips, cracks, or breaks, or if they’ve fallen out, it will likely require more than one form of restorative dentistry treatment to rebuild your smile. Fortunately, there is full mouth reconstruction. Combining multiple services into one treatment plan, we can address the problem areas using a streamlined approach that makes it easy to restore your appearance and improve your oral health.