Do you have teeth that are damaged, missing or an uncomfortable bite?
Restorative dentistry can play an important role in the long-term health, comfort, and stability of your smile. Restorative dental treatments can repair and replace teeth to give you back a smile that looks and feels great. Dr. Tufa offers the benefit of experienced, consultative dental care in Westborough to help patients enjoy the best possible quality of life. If you are suffering from poor oral health due to dental anxiety, we offer the convenience of sedation dentistry for completing treatments while feeling relaxed and stress-free.
Building Better Smiles, One Patient At A Time
Tooth damage can be addressed with a range of procedures depending on your needs. Dr. Tufa will evaluate the condition of your oral health, including the function of the bite, before making recommendations for a personalized treatment plan. Restorative dental treatments can help avoid tooth loss and maintain the structure of your bite, a key factor in long-term dental health. We may recommend one or more of the following:
- Dental crowns: a dental crown can be placed to treat a wide range of problems, from chips and cracks to restoring a dental implant.
- Dental bridge: when one or more consecutive teeth have been lost, a dental bridge can be placed using existing teeth or implants to anchor it.
- Dentures: a cosmetic denture can replace a full arch of lost teeth. Dr. Tufa offers traditional dentures and implant dentures.
- Dental implants: dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth or to secure a bridge or denture, offering the most natural result possible.
Restorative dentistry can provide treatments for patients of all ages experiencing tooth damage, tooth loss or bite problems. Dr. Tufa emphasizes the importance of restoring your smile and addressing dental problems as quickly as possible to prevent more permanent damage and the need for complex or highly invasive treatments. When a bite problem is causing tooth damage, a restorative treatment can repair your teeth and also be used to adjust the biting surface and correct misalignment.