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Restorative Dentistry – South Elgin, IL

Restoring Teeth and Rebuilding Smiles

Restorative dentistry consists of services that are designed to rebuild smiles damaged by facial trauma or decay. Whether it is tooth-colored fillings, dental crowns, or inlays/onlays, these techniques help restore teeth so that they function correctly and look natural when placed. Our team at Grand Dental – South Elgin uses only the best materials to create fully restored smiles. If you are suffering from a damaged or decayed tooth, let us help by calling our office to schedule an appointment for restorative dentistry in South Elgin.

Why Choose Grand Dental – South Elgin for Restorative Dentistry?

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated teeth with white fillings

Tooth-colored fillings are those that consist of composite resin – a solution that is malleable and can be color-matched to your existing tooth enamel. Unlike traditional amalgam fillings that often contain mercury, these fillings are biocompatible and healthier for your smile and body. Capable of blending in with your smile, they offer optimal aesthetics as well as maximum protection against dental decay.

Porcelain Inlays/Onlays

Dental inlay being placed onto a broken tooth

When a tooth is damaged but cannot be treated with a filling or a crown, we can create a porcelain inlay or onlay to address the problem. Inlays offer support to areas where fillings might otherwise offer coverage, while onlays are placed over one or more of your tooth’s cusps. With dental inlays and onlays, we can deliver greater function and oral health while helping you maintain a beautiful appearance.

Dental Crowns

Dental crown resting on a finger

Teeth that are affected by damage and decay may need more than a filling or an inlay/onlay to treat the problem. When this happens, Grand Dental – South Elgin can provide dental crowns. Also referred to as “caps,” they are made to restore strength and function to vulnerable teeth by resting on top to create a complete, uniform, and aesthetically pleasing appearance. In the past, crowns were often made using gold or silver, but those used today consist of zirconia because the material mimics the look and durability of natural teeth.

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