Restorative Dentistry – Lenox, MI

Solutions for Broken or Missing Teeth

A broken tooth can’t fix itself, and a missing permanent tooth won’t grow back. Ignoring these situations will only lead to even more severe oral health issues, so it’s essential to have them fixed as soon as possible by a dental team that you can trust. Here at Forever Young Dentistry Bayside, we can offer a number of ways to restore your damaged grin, from lifelike dental crowns to customized dental bridges. Reach out to us today to find out more about our options for restorative dentistry in Lenox and which ones your smile may benefit from.

Why Choose Forever Young Dentistry Bayside for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Detailed Digital Impressions
  • Highly Experienced Dentists
  • Convenient Same-Day Restorations

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated row of teeth with natural looking tooth colored fillings

If you or a loved one is suffering from tooth pain, oftentimes the culprit is an untreated cavity. Once the decayed area has been removed from your tooth, we can use a tooth-colored filling to fix the damage. True to their name, tooth-colored fillings resemble natural enamel, so it won’t be obvious to the casual observer that you had dental work performed.


Dental Crowns

Model of the mouth with a dental crown over one tooth

Some cracks and cavities are more severe than others, and a filling isn’t always enough to repair the damage. As such, we may suggest placing a dental crown over the tooth in question. We’re able to offer EMAX and zirconia crowns that look like your natural teeth. You can normally expect a dental crown to last around 10 or 15 years, during which time it will help keep your teeth safe from bacteria and additional injury.


One-Visit Dental Restorations

One visit dental restoration machine

Do you not want to have to wait for your new restoration? Thanks to our Planmeca Fit system, we are able to create dental crowns, inlays, onlays, and veneers in just one appointment, making it possible for us to repair your smile in much less time. Your final restoration will be designed based on a detailed scan of your mouth, and it will be created by a state-of-the-art milling unit.


Dental Inlays & Onlays

Illustrated dental inlay being placed over a broken tooth

An inlay or onlay may be used if the chewing surfaces of your teeth need to be restored. An inlay is specifically made to address damage between the cusps of your teeth. Meanwhile, an onlay covers one or more of the cusps. One of the advantages of using an inlay or onlay is that we don’t have to remove as much enamel as we would to make room for a dental crown.

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Sudden accidents and certain oral health issues can leave you with a gap in your grin. Dental bridges give us a way to replace one or more teeth in a row. The prosthesis needs to be attached to two of your natural teeth, so it’s typically necessary for us to remove a bit of enamel beforehand. Dental bridges are known to be quite durable; in fact, with the right maintenance, you can often keep the same bridge for around 15 years before it needs to be replaced.

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Two full dentures on desk

When you choose to get a denture to replace multiple missing teeth at once, we’ll take care to ensure that your new teeth look as lifelike as possible and fit comfortably in your mouth. When only some teeth are missing, you can get a partial denture that uses clasps to stay in place. Meanwhile, a full denture that replaces an entire arch is kept stable thanks to the suction that occurs between the base of the dentures and the gums.

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