Restorative Denistry FAQ
How can a broken tooth be repaired?
Sometimes injury, decay, disease, or other factors may cause a tooth to break, leaving not only with a fractured smile but also other oral health problems, including issues with chewing or talking. Our comprehensive restorative dentistry services make it possible to repair your broken tooth through implants, grounds, or bridges, depending on the severity of the fracture.
What happens if I have a cavity?
Cavities are dangerous infections that may cause painful and complicated problems if they are not treated quickly. If you notice sensitivity or toothache, it is essential to have a checkup immediately. The best ways to protect against cavities are regular preventative dental appointments and good oral hygiene. At Expressions Dental Care, we use top-of-the-line technology to detect cavities in their early stages. However, it's important to remember that one's decay has started, it is not reversible, and the cavity needs to be treated.
Is restorative dentistry suitable for children?
Yes, restorative dentistry is a suitable option for children if their teeth are damaged due to injury, activities, or other factors. Our dedicated dentists will evaluate the child's mouth to determine whether a restorative treatment is needed. They will then come up with a treatment plan that works best for your child.
If you want to learn more about the restorative dentistry services we offer in Reston, don't hesitate to give us a call and book an appointment.