As a comprehensive dentist, Dr. Charles Martin wants to prevent the need for restorative dental procedures. Yet he and his team understand that forgoing restorative procedures is not always possible. Accidents happen. Medical statuses can change and affect your oral as well as overall health.
Dr. Martin will match you to the restorative dental procedure that is best for your needs, goals, and budget, including:
- Dental Implants
Some procedures that on the surface seem exclusively cosmetic may also have a restorative benefit. For instance, porcelain veneers or direct resin bonding can help to correct worn enamel. Reversing the effects of enamel loss can build up the strength of the tooth and help prevent serious damage from occurring. Cracks and breaks may require extensive procedures such as crowns, root canal therapy, or even replacement options like bridges and dental implant-supported crowns.
Dr. Martin offers full mouth reconstruction, which may include many different treatments to restore your mouth to health and an attractive appearance.
Many of these procedures are among the most common offered by dental practices. Although, just because dentists provide the above treatments does not mean they are the best choices to get the results you desire comfortably and conveniently.
For optimal outcomes and the best experience possible, turn to the Richmond Smile Center. Dr. Martin and his team's knowledge of the latest dental materials and techniques, and his investments in the latest technologies enable them to offer treatments faster, more effectively and comfortably, and more affordably than what other dentists in the area provide.
Lasers can be used in the place of more invasive needs and drills to gently treat gum disease and complete restorative treatments. Since laser dentistry offers a light touch alternative to fear-inspiring dental instruments, the risks of unwanted side effects and complications are minimized. Generally, the demands placed on you the patient during recovery are diminished.
Many advanced digital technologies allow Dr. Martin and his team to condense many procedures to just one visit, as is the case with dental implants. This approach to dental implants may apply to those individuals who are missing one tooth, several teeth, or are missing all of their teeth.
Dr. Martin can also offer the All-on-4 system as an implant-supported alternative to conventional dentures. Even for those less extensive procedures such as fillings, a buffering technology may be applied that speeds up the effect of local anesthetic and heightens the effectiveness of medications used to reduce or eliminate pain.
Last Updated - February 2016
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