Restorative Dentistry Jonesboro

Crucial Repairs for Damaged Teeth

Senior couple hugging and smiling outdoors after restorative dentistry in Jonesboro

As careful as you may be, your teeth will likely get damaged at some point. Perhaps you’ll develop a cavity from poor oral care, or you could suffer an injury that chips or cracks a tooth. These common scenarios can threaten your smile’s looks as well as its function. Even so, there’s reason to hope – restorative dentistry in Jonesboro can repair dental damage. To find out how Dr. Spades can help, just keep reading or book a consultation visit.

Why Choose Northeast Arkansas Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • All-Ceramic Dental Materials
  • Highly Accurate Digital Impression System
  • Sedation Dentistry Available for Anxious Patients

Dental Crowns

Dental crown resting on a finger

Dental crowns are special caps for your teeth. Each one can restore a weakened tooth and halt its decay. Plus, our own crowns (created via a 3D printer) also have cosmetic benefits. In doing so, they’ll both protect and beautify your grin. Getting them only takes a few dental visits and minor preparation of your teeth. Afterward, you’ll get to enjoy stronger and prettier pearly whites.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated row of teeth with white fillings

Just a few decades ago, dentists had to use metal fillings to fix cavities. These often didn’t look good and even caused unwanted side effects. At our office, though, Dr. Spades and his team rely on tooth-colored fillings. This latter type is made from special resin that looks like enamel. Therefore, the fillings in question blend well with your chompers. The custom-shaded resin also won’t lead to negative symptoms.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of mouth with straight white teeth

Put simply, a full mouth reconstruction is a kind of “overhaul” of your smile. It uses many cosmetic and/or restorative dentistry options to bring back your teeth and gums. For example, it may include things like dental implants, veneers, dental crowns, etc. The exact procedures used will depend on your custom treatment plan. (The plan, in turn, will be based on your unique smile and health goals.) Ideally, the reconstruction will end with a rebuilt and vibrant grin.