If you know your smile is damaged but don’t know what restorative dentistry procedure you need, call Nashua Family Dentistry at 603-546-7460 for a consultation today. For your convenience, we offer several smile repair options under one roof at our Nashua, NH dentist office. You can even combine restorative options for a custom full-mouth reconstruction!
With the help of Dr. James E. Kiehl, Dr. Stephen A. Cohen, and our professional team, you can regain your ability to:
- Be proud of your pearly whites when it’s time to get your picture taken
- Eat whatever you like without worrying about pain or difficulty while you chew
- Enjoy compliments about your gorgeous grin from friends and loved ones
- Boost your overall health by improving your digestion
Learn About Your Restorative Dentistry Options
So you can make an informed decision when it comes to your smile and overall oral health, we will discuss all of your treatment options with you, answer any questions you have, and explain what you should expect from any procedures you are interested in. So you can understand some basic aspects of our restorative procedures, check out the information below.
If tooth decay has started to eat away at your enamel and cause you pain, we can remove the decay and bacteria and rebuild your tooth and restore its health with a tooth-colored filling. Unlike the unsightly metal fillings of the past, your tooth filling will blend in seamlessly with the rest of your chompers so no one will know you had a cavity in the first place.
We can also completely cap a damaged tooth with a dental crown for added strength and protection. Your dental crown will be customized in shape and color to recreate your what your tooth was like before the damage occurred. For those that require more than a tooth filling but do not need a dental crown, we also offer partial crowns, called inlays and onlays.
Another option for repairing your tooth and saving it from needing to be extracted is a gentle root canal. Contrary to popular belief, root canals are no more uncomfortable than a tooth filling. If tooth decay has penetrated your enamel and begun to affect the soft tissue and nerves (pulp) within, we’ll remove the infection, replace the pulp with an inert material, and possibly add a dental crown.
If you have one or multiple missing teeth, we can replace them with a traditional dental bridge. This treatment uses your teeth on either side of the smile gap to hold your replacement teeth in place.
We can even help those in need of a full arch of teeth in their upper jaw, lower jaw, or both with custom dentures options. We also offer partial dentures if you still have several healthy teeth but need to fill a significant gap in your smile that would be too large to treat with a traditional dental bridge.
When it comes to tooth replacement options, the closest things to your natural teeth that we provide are dental implants. Thanks to the advanced techniques we utilize, we can even provide a same-day smile using immediate load-bearing dental implant dentures.
Because they literally fuse to your jawbone, dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care and provide a strong, sturdy foundation for:
- Dental crowns
- Dental bridges
- Full arch dental implant options, like All-On-4 dental implants or All-On-6 dental implants
If your jaw is not strong, dense, or thick enough for traditional dental implants, we also offer mini dental implants. So you won’t have to wait any longer than you have to to get your smile back, we can also place dental implants immediately following an extraction.
No matter the procedures you receive, we will thoroughly plan them using state-of-the-art dental technology like our cone beam CT scanner, which allows us to examine your mouth and jaw from every angle.
Relax During Your Visit With Our Comfort Options
When you arrive at our Nashua, NH dentist office, our friendly team will greet you with welcoming smiles. We’ll listen intently to your concerns and goals to provide the best overall experience that we can.
To make your visit more personalized and comfortable, we offer a variety of amenities, including:
- Oral dental sedation to relieve dental anxiety
- Blankets and pillows
So you won’t feel rushed, we can also provide extended appointments and work at your pace.