Restorative Dentistry – Catonsville, MD

Giving Patients a Second Chance to Smile

Addressing tooth decay and damage is important if you want to avoid more extensive and costly procedures. With dental fillings, crowns, and other customized solutions, our team can deliver high-quality restorations that not only better protect vulnerable smiles but also deliver high-quality results when it comes to aesthetics. Call us today to find out what we can do to repair your smile with restorative dentistry in Catonsville.

Why Choose Advance Dental Clinic for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Intraoral Cameras For Easier Detection
  • Comfortable Amenities for Patients of All Ages
  • Nitrous Oxide for Patients with Anxiety

Dental Crowns

Animated dental crown being fitted over a tooth for restorative dentistry

Dental crowns are made to offer protection to a vulnerable tooth. When plagued by decay or serious damage, our team can create customized restorations that not only safeguard against reinfection but also encourage the underlying tooth to strengthen over time. Our dental crowns can be made out of porcelain, gold, EMAX, Zmax, zirconia, or porcelain-fused-to-metal. When put into place, dental crowns fit over the visible structure to offer a more fully functional smile that can last anywhere from 10-15 years with proper care.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Animated row of teeth with tooth colored fillings

Although traditional amalgam was once the only method of treatment for small cavities, we now use tooth-colored fillings that consist of composite resin. Much more malleable than metal, it fills in the problem area without having to remove additional tooth structure. And because it is color-matched to your natural tooth enamel color, it blends in seamlessly with the rest of your smile. In just one appointment, only you and Dr. Bemani will know you’ve had dental work.

Root Canal Treatment

Animated infected tooth that needs root canal treatment

Intense pain is what usually accompanies a tooth infection. When the pulp (the innermost layer of the tooth) becomes damaged or decayed, it causes immense discomfort and leads to worsening oral health problems if left untreated. With root canal treatment, however, a dentist in Catonsville can remove the infected pulp and clear out the canals before filling the area and placing a customized dental crown for added protection.

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Tooth Extractions

Woman holding her tooth after tooth extractions

Tooth extractions are never the first method of treatment to be suggested by our dental team. However, if all other options prove unsuccessful, we will likely recommend this dental service. A tooth that no longer functions properly can negatively impact your overall oral health, so it is necessary that we remove it and discuss your options for tooth replacement. You can rest assured that we will take great care to ensure your safety and comfort when removing one or more of your teeth.

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