If missing teeth have left some empty spaces in your smile, or if you have severely damaged teeth that need to be repaired or replaced, you may feel a little self-conscious. But beyond cosmetic concerns, you need a full set of healthy teeth for your smile to look and feel its best. Damaged and especially missing teeth can cause problems when you eat and speak. An incomplete smile can create extra places for plaque and bacteria to accumulate and allow your remaining teeth to drift out of alignment, which could result in dental damage. If you are living with these problems, please call Kathy Cosmetic Dentistry at 818-347-1550 and make an appointment with Dr. Kathy Daroee to learn more about our options for restorative dentistry in Woodland Hills, California.
- All-on-4® Dental Implants
- Composite Dental Fillings
- Dental Bridges
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Implants
- Dental Inlays & Onlays
- Root Canal Therapy
- Safe Mercury Removal
During your visit, our dentist and team will carefully examine your teeth and gums and discuss your treatment options. You may need to replace missing teeth, repair tooth decay, or strengthen weakened or compromised parts of your smile. Our team uses the latest dental technology and techniques that are designed to fit comfortably, blend in seamlessly, and promote oral health and improved function. Put the life back in your smile and call our office today to make your appointment.
Restorative Dentistry FAQ
What is restorative dentistry?
Restorative dentistry is a field of dental care focused on repairing and replacing damaged teeth and their supporting oral structures. The goal of restorative care is to help you regain full oral health and function. Thanks to advances in dental technologies, treatment techniques and materials, your restorative treatment and final result will be both aesthetically pleasing and fully functional.
Why should I have restorative work done instead of having the tooth pulled?
Retaining your original teeth and keeping them in the best condition possible is always the better option for your long-term oral health and function. Our dentist will always recommend more conservative options to restore your teeth when possible so that you can keep your natural tooth longer and avoid the need for more extensive, invasive and expensive treatments.
Is restorative dentistry an option for children?
Yes. If your child’s teeth sustain damage from cavities or injuries, our dentist will evaluate their mouth to determine if a restorative treatment is needed. We will discuss your child’s oral health and treatment options with you so that you can make an informed decision about your child’s care.
What are some common restorative treatments?
Common restorative treatments include:
- Dental bridges
- Dental crowns
- Dental fillings
- Dental inlays and onlays
- Dental implants
- Dentures and partial dentures
Will the cost of my treatment be covered by insurance?
Your treatment cost will depend on the severity of the damage to your teeth and the type of treatment you receive. We will provide you with an estimate of your cost prior to beginning any treatment. Many dental insurance plans cover at least a portion of your treatment cost. Our office will work with you to maximize your insurance benefits and help you receive the care you need.