Restorative Dentistry To Rebuild Your Smile
Whether it’s due to decay or a traumatic injury, teeth that are missing or damaged can be a source of anxiety, discomfort and insecurity . But there are a number of procedures available to restore teeth to a healthy and beautiful state. Restorative dentistry patients in Troy, Birmingham, Bloomfield, Royal Oak and Rochester Hills can look to Dr. Craig Goldin, Dr. Marcy Goldin and Dr. David Whalen, and their attentive staff at the Cosmetic Dentistry Institute to correct a range of dental issues.
Dental implants are an increasingly popular method of replacing damaged or missing teeth. At Cosmetic Dentistry Institute, we perform implant surgery to place dental implants, which provide a secure base for one or more restorations -- even a full set of implant-supported dentures for full-arch restoration. Dental implants do much more than just restore a patient’s full, natural-looking smile. Because they offer a level of support equal to that of natural tooth roots, they also restore a patient’s quality of life.
A dental crown is a cap that completely covers a damaged tooth in a protective shell, providing support following root canal treatments and other procedures. Metal crowns were common in the past, but today’s crowns are made from high-quality porcelain to achieve a completely natural appearance. Dr. Craig Goldin, Dr. Marcy Goldin and Dr. David Whalen are highly experienced in the art of placing dental crowns, using the latest in CEREC® technology to create lifelike custom crowns within one visit.
Gone are the days of cumbersome dentures that can slip, impede speech, and leave wearers feeling insecure. Today, improved technology has made both removable and implant-supported custom dentures more comfortable and functional. Within just a couple of visits, patients at the Cosmetic Dentistry Institute are able to walk out with custom full or partial dentures to suit a range of needs. We offer both traditional and implant-supported dentures for full arch restoration.
A full mouth restoration may involve the placement of dental implants, crowns, braces, or other treatments to repair damaged teeth or simply improve the look and feel of your smile. Throughout their careers, Dr. Craig Goldin, Dr. Marcy Goldin and Dr. David Whalen have helped hundreds of patients achieve functional, comfortable smiles through full mouth reconstruction procedures. No matter how compromised your smile has become, we can help.
Even with the best preventative care, factors like genetics and diet can contribute to tooth decay and cavities. But the high-contrast look of traditional metal amalgam fillings can make patients feel self-conscious and wary of seeking treatment. The office of Dr. Craig Goldin, Dr. Marcy Goldin and Dr. David Whalen offers tooth-colored fillings, a modern solution using a composite resin that can blend seamlessly with the natural color and texture of your tooth.
If you have a tooth that has become severely decayed, a root canal may be necessary. This treatment involves the removal of a tooth's infected inner pulp, salvaging the healthy outer tooth structure. Often, a dental crown is the final step in a root canal, covering the treated tooth to restore balance and a natural appearance. Today, this classic treatment is virtually painless and can restore health and function to your smile.