Restorative Dentistry – Mount Pleasant, SC
Get Your Beautiful Smile Back
Just one broken, decayed, or missing tooth can completely throw off how a smile looks as well as make a person vulnerable to developing more dental problems in the future. If your teeth need a little help, then our dental team at Smile Carolina Dental Group, led by Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, knows how to rebuild your smile, so it will be beautiful and healthy for decades to come. With restorative dentistry at our Mount Pleasant, SC dental office, we will make sure your repaired teeth are not just strong and durable, but completely natural-looking as well. Call us today.
Why Choose Smile Carolina Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?
- Digital Dental Impressions Without the Mess
- Dental Insurance Welcome and Financing Available
- Same-Day Emergency Dental Appointments Offered
If you have a cavity or slightly damaged tooth, we can likely repair it with a small filling. However, rather than using a metal filling that will always stick out in your smile, we will utilize a nearly invisible tooth-colored filling. Tooth-colored fillings are made of a composite resin that can be specially shaded to match the color of your teeth so that you will never have to compromise your appearance to get the care that you need.
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All-Porcelain Dental Crowns
With our all-porcelain dental crowns, we can repair even the most broken or decayed teeth with relative ease. They can also be used to improve the appearance of misshapen or slightly gapped teeth. A crown itself is a tooth-shaped restoration that simply fits over the top of a damaged tooth, and thanks to dental porcelain’s strength and natural appearance, it will make your tooth look like nothing ever happened to it.
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Onlays & Inlays
These restorations serve as a middle ground between fillings and crowns. They will allow our dentists to repair your damaged tooth while preserving as much of its natural strength and structure as possible, which will help it be much more durable over time. An inlay is used to support a damaged tooth from within, while an onlay is used to replace the cusp (or outer edge) of a tooth. Both are made of dental porcelain so they will be practically invisible in your smile.
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Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you believe that your smile is too damaged to be saved, we want you to know that is actually not true. No matter what condition your teeth may be in now, our dentists can use full mouth reconstruction to give you and your smile a new lease on life. Using the best of what cosmetic and restorative dentistry have to offer, we can design a customized plan that will give you a smile you never thought you could have again!