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Restorative Dentistry - La Cañada Flintridge, CA

Rebuilding Teeth That are Damaged or Decayed

Maybe Dr. Albert will find a small cavity or a previously unnoticed crack during your next checkup. Or perhaps you’ll notice extensive damage right away after getting hit in the mouth. In each of these situations, Dr. Albert can carefully assess the oral injury and determine the kind of restoration that will help you recover and maintain optimal oral health in the long run.

Why Choose Harry T. Albert, DDS for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Small, Private Family Practice
  • We Only Recommend What You Need
  • Long-Lasting Tooth-Colored Restorations

Tooth-Colored Fillings

close shot of tooth colored filling

Fillings need to be able to withstand the constant stress and pressure that the teeth endure every day whenever you bite or chew. Traditionally, this has meant using gold or other metals, but nowadays, there’s a much more attractive option. A composite resin filling can be closely matched to your shade of enamel, and unlike traditional fillings, it will directly join with the tooth to provide it with additional strength and support.

Dental Crowns & Bridges

mock up of dental crown

Crowns are a very common option for extending the life of a severely damaged tooth. Today, they can be made of ceramics that can be shaped and shaded to match the appearance of your original tooth as closely as possible. That way, people won’t even realize repairs have been made to your smile. A similarly lifelike restoration known as a bridge can be used if you have lost one tooth or multiple teeth in a row.

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mock up of bottom denture

Getting dentures can mean one of two things: either you’re receiving a restoration to replace an entire row of teeth (or even both rows), or you need a special prosthetic that has been designed to fit into the gaps in your mouth like a puzzle piece. Full dentures rest on the gums and only need natural suction to hold them in place while partial dentures make use of metal clasps. Either kind will make a significant difference in the quality of your life and how well you can eat and speak.

Dental Implants

computer illustration of dental implant

Traditional restorations like bridges and dentures have plenty of advantages, but they have their share of cons as well. Bridges cannot be placed in your mouth without small amounts of healthy enamel being removed, and dentures won’t always stay in place as your mouth naturally changes shape. Dental implants don’t have these drawbacks, which is why they are now considered the “gold standard” when it comes to replacing teeth. Not only are they extremely durable and reliable, but they also help you maintain your oral health in ways other restorations simply can’t.

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