Restorative Dentistry – Wesley Chapel, FL

Repairing and Protecting Your Smile

Senior man and woman smiling after restorative dentistry in Wesley Chapel

Most people will have to deal with damaged or decayed teeth at some point in their lives. Tooth enamel doesn’t contain any living cells and thus can’t heal itself naturally; as such, you’ll need a professional’s help to restore the full health and function of your smile. At Kaizen Family Dentistry, Dr. Ali can repair broken teeth with personalized dental crowns and fillings, and he can perform a full mouth reconstruction to correct any extensive damage. Call us today if you think you might soon need a customized restorative dentistry treatment in Wesley Chapel to maintain and protect your smile.

Why Choose Kaizen Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Variety of High-Quality Materials for Crowns
  • Personalized, Comprehensive Smile Makeover Plans
  • Dentist That Loves Laughing with Patients

Dental Crowns

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Dental crowns are used to cover and protect teeth when fillings are not a viable option. Each crown is personalized to restore the tooth’s strength, size, and shape. Crowns can be made out of various materials depending on the patient’s needs and preferences. For example, if the tooth that needs repair is visible when you smile, we may recommend getting a crown made from a material that can be shaded to blend in with natural tooth enamel, such as zirconia or porcelain.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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If you’re told that you have a cavity, you can often expect to have it repaired with a filling. However, instead of a metal filling that leaves a dark spot on your smile, you can instead get a filling made out of composite resin. This material can blend in seamlessly with your enamel, and it reduces the amount of healthy tooth structure that needs to be removed for the restoration. When properly cared for, a tooth-colored filling can last for a decade or longer.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Illustrated mouth with straight white teeth

A single crown or filling is usually all it takes to restore one tooth. But what if your entire smile needs to be repaired? We may suggest a process called a full mouth reconstruction to address all of your existing oral health issues. We’ll start by examining the teeth and determining how extensive the damage is. Then we’ll walk you through the available treatment options and create a personalized reconstruction plan to get your oral health back on track.