What is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry is a specialized dental field that is designed to significantly improve both major and minor conditions with your teeth and gums. Replacement of missing teeth, orthodontics, placement of bridges, crowns, and new fillings are all considered restorative treatments. Dental implants, a popular alternative to dentures, can be placed and restored right here at our practice. With options such as dental implants and full mouth rehabilitation, you can address a number of dental problems and restore your smile to a healthy, beautiful appearance. Our restorative dentists at Mission Trails Dentistry are specialty-trained in a variety of dental fields. What sets us apart from many other dental practices is the fact that most, if not all, of what you need to improve your teeth can be done right here at our practice, with no need to see multiple doctors at various locations.
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Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A large amount of missing teeth and other severe dental problems can be addressed with full mouth rehabilitation. A comprehensive treatment plan from our San Diego restorative dentists, including general, cosmetic, and restorative dental procedures, can correct a number of issues and improve both the appearance of your smile as well as the function of your teeth.
It has been the best experience to be a patient of Mission Trails Dentistry. Truly professional, friendly & the best service….
– Cynthia P.
One of the most innovative and effective dental procedures to come along in the last few decades is the dental implant. An effective alternative to removable dentures, dental implants are permanently affixed inside your gum, ultimately fusing to the jaw bone and acting like a natural tooth. They not only look and work like your surrounding teeth, they can also last a lifetime.
Non-Surgical Periodontal (Gum) Care
We are fortunate to offer our patients both non-surgical and surgical approaches to periodontal (gum disease) care in our office. Upon completion of our comprehensive examination, your doctor will have evaluated your periodontal condition and documented the best course of treatment.
Soft tissue management and the use of Piezo-electric scalers (ultra-high frequency) and irrigation devices are just two of the approaches we use in our treatment regimens. Our hygiene department utilized state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to reduce the number of bacteria and improve the oral health of your mouth.
The use of anesthetic agents has made this type of care very comfortable for our patients. A surgical approach in care is only diagnosed once all other options have been explored.
Please contact Mission Trails Dentistry to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced general, cosmetic, and restorative dentists.