Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry Ann Arbor Mi

If you’ve ever suffered from a dental injury or tooth decay, you know how damaging it can be to your oral health. Luckily, you do not have to live with the resulting complications if you seek treatment from our Ann Arbor, MI, dentists soon enough. Restorative dentistry helps patients regain what they’ve lost so they can smile confidently once again.

Our dentists can carefully resolve your dental issues in a comfortable setting so you’re back to normal in no time. Contact us online to schedule your next appointment or call Excel Dental at (734) 929-9999.

Root Canals

When a tooth is badly decayed or infected, our dentists will perform a root canal to repair and save the tooth. Without timely treatment, the tissue that surrounds the tooth will become infected and a dental abscess, or pocket of pus in a tooth or gums, will form.

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Removable Dentures

Regain your smile with full or partial dentures. Consisting of a gum-colored plastic resin base, removable dentures fit over the remaining alveolar (bone) ridge that formerly held your teeth. The prosthetic teeth are designed to look and function like your natural teeth.

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Dental Crowns

Our dentists may recommend dental crowns to restore teeth that are weakened by injury or decay. A dental crown sits on top of the tooth and covers the entire visible portion above the gum line. This strengthens your tooth and restores its natural appearance.

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Dental Bridges

As the name suggests, a dental bridge is a restoration that “bridges” a gap in your smile. If you’ve recently lost a tooth, our dentists may recommend a dental bridge to restore the function and appearance of your smile.

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Dental Implants

Have you recently lost one or more teeth? If so, our dentists may recommend dental implants to restore the full function and appearance of your smile. A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth root that’s made out of a titanium alloy.

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Tooth Extractions

Our dentists will do everything in their power to save a tooth. But sometimes a tooth is damaged or decayed beyond repair. Under these circumstances, we may need to extract the tooth to prevent your oral health from worsening further. In other words, tooth extractions are a last resort.

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Bone Grafting

As soon as you lose a tooth, your body starts to absorb the minerals in your jaw to use elsewhere. The result is bone loss in your jaw over time, which can make it difficult or impossible to place dental implants.The good news is that you may be a candidate for bone grafting.

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