Restorative Dentist in Perth
Our dentists at Maylands Dental Centre are experienced in treating a wide variety of dental problems, from cavities to traumatic injuries. We're here to help you get your beautiful smile back.
Restore Damaged or Missing Teeth With Restorative Dentistry
You may have noticed that the condition of your teeth is beginning to deteriorate a little. Maybe you’ve even started to experience some pain when you eat or drink.
It’s not surprising that your teeth are starting to show signs of wear and tear – after all, you use them every day. But if left untreated, these problems can quickly become much worse.
Maylands Dental Centre offers restorative dentistry services that can help repair your teeth and get them looking and feeling their best again. Restorative dentistry is a branch in dentistry that focuses in the restoration of missing or damaged teeth. In addition to removing and repairing cavities, restorative dentists provide treatment for other dental health issues. They also treat patients who require dental repairs due to trauma or injury.
At Maylands Dental Centre, we offer a variety of restorative treatment options, including dental crowns, dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures, so we can help you find the perfect dental solution for your needs.
Our Restorative Dentistry Services
At Maylands Dental Centre
Crowns are an excellent option to restore and support your natural teeth. Our dental team of friendly dentists is here to help you achieve the perfect smile you’ve always wanted.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- There is excruciating pain caused by tooth cavities and severely decayed teeth.
- Having a damaged tooth repaired will make it easier to maintain excellent oral hygiene routines, such as brushing and flossing, in order to prevent plaque buildup and its associated complications, such as tooth loss.
- Dental restoration plays a vital role in maintaining your oral health as it can protect teeth and prevent further infection.
- When a tooth is lost, the jaw bone that supports it in place begins to weaken and deteriorate. Replacing a severely decayed tooth with an implant can help you prevent jaw bone loss and preserve bone strength.
- You need your teeth to speak properly and chew your food effectively. Restorative procedures, when necessary, improve the speech and chewing functions of your mouth.
- The restoration or replacement of your natural teeth maintains the natural look of your smile and gives you confidence.
Yes. Dental restorations can be done by both a cosmetic dentist and a general dentist. Both restorative and cosmetic dentistry employ the same materials to fix a damaged, decaying, or missing tooth. What distinguishes them is the reason for which they are carried out. Treatment is considered restorative when it is required to reestablish the oral health back to normal. Even if the final result is a more attractive appearance, the treatment is still considered restorative. On the other hand, cosmetic dental procedures have an aesthetic goal rather than a practical or therapeutic one.
Implant-supported dentures offer the following advantages over conventional dentures:
- The fit and comfort of implant-supported dentures are superior to those of conventional dentures. There is less risk of gum irritation.
- Unlike conventional dentures, they are more secure and do not fall out by accident.
- They appear more natural than conventional dentures.
- They help you chew better. With an implant-supported denture, you can chew tougher and stickier foods.
- With implant-supported dentures, the jawbone is preserved, and further bone deterioration is prevented.
- Dental Crowns: The cost varies depending on the tooth for which a dental crown is required and the type of dental crown used. Ceramic crowns cost between $1,500 and $1,800, while metal crowns can cost as much as $1,900.
- Dental Bridges: The cost of a bridge is determined by a variety of factors, such as the type of bridge, the number of missing teeth, the complexity in placement, and whether further treatments are needed. Treatment can cost anything from $1,300 to $5,000.
- Dentures: The cost of dentures depends on the type of false teeth, the number of teeth to be replaced, and the materials used. The price of a standard upper and lower denture can reach $3,500. Upper or lower dentures can cost up to $2,000 each.
- Implant-supported Dentures: The cost of implant-supported dentures can vary depending on the number of implants and your specific situation. Generally, a full arch of implant-supported dentures will cost between \$15,000 and \$23,000.