Your smile is the most valuable accessory that you could own. Restorative dentistry essentially “restores” your mouth back to its functionality state. You can expect to see significant results that will improve mouth function, improve the appearance, and to better your oral health!

Dental Crown

Dental crowns are typically made of porcelain material that helps to fix broken, chipped, or cracked teeth. It is a “cap” that covers the top of your tooth. They enhance the appearance, size and shape of your natural teeth. They support a weak tooth, teeth with fillings, or covers misshaped or discolored teeth.

Dental Bridge

Dental bridges essentially “bridge” the gap between two or more missing teeth. This bridge is made up of crowns that close the gap between teeth. You can expect your teeth to be corrected from potential misalignment and mouth functionality.

Dental Implants

A great way to replace missing teeth is with dental implants. They are a very popular option that contains titanium posts surgically anchored into your jawbone. This lightweight metal will last for years to come and you can chew your favorite foods again!

Your dental implants will act and function as if they were your natural teeth. They will be color-matched, sized, and the bite pressure will be just like using your actual teeth!

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays are used in a similar fashion to fillings, where they replace a small amount of your tooth due to tooth decay. They are made of tooth-colored material such as ceramic or porcelain.

Onlays are placed inside of the tooth, however, they extend to the back tooth for wider treatment. This bonding makes your teeth stronger and is made of the same ceramic or porcelain material as inlays.

Are You Looking for Restorative Dentistry in West Covina?

We know that a beautiful smile is important to you. That’s why we are your experts for providing great restorative dentistry, so you can smile again! Make sure to visit A.R.C. Dental Health for all of your restorative dental needs!

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dental faqs

Swap Your Tooth Brush

Approximately every three months, you should swap out your tooth brush for a fresh one. Misshapen bristles don’t provide as thorough of a cleaning and can result in more damage.

See Your Dentist Twice a Year

It may come as a shock that you should see your dentist so often! But, when you come in for a regular visit twice a year, or every six months, we’re able to track your progress and prevent any potential issues.

Ask About Sealants

Children aren’t the only ones prone to cavities. Adults can benefit from cavity prevention measures if they are having issues maintaining their oral health. If cavities are something you struggle with, sealants may be able to offer protection at any age.

Oral Health Reflects Overall Health

Eating mouth-healthy foods, avoiding bad habits like drinking and smoking, and more lifestyle behaviors can be reflected in your mouth. By maintaining a healthy and happy life, you’re more likely to show off a beautiful smile.

Use Fluoridated Products

Unless our dentist has stated otherwise for your specific needs, you should always use fluoridated mouth products at home. This’ll help you keep strong teeth that can fend off daily wear and tear.

Protect Your Teeth from Injury

Think about how much your teeth go through in a day. By donning a mouthguard at night – or even during the day – you can defend your teeth against grinding, as well as other forms of tension.

Don’t Forget Your Gums

We always talk about brushing our teeth, but a lot of oral health concerns are rooted in the gums. Flossing and paying attention to your periodontal health can spare you from needing restorative measures in the future.