Your mouth involves a variety of components that must work correctly together for optimum function and appearance. Gums, teeth, nerves, tissue, and bone all work in unison. If you are experiencing damage or pain in one or more of these areas, it can cause problems with the function of your mouth.
Which Restorative Dentistry Procedure is Right for Me?
Dr. Brandau can examine your mouth and determine how to best restore your smile and function or your mouth. These repairs may include filling in gaps from missing teeth, repairing cracked or broken teeth, tending to jawbone and gum damage, replacing outdated or worn-down dental work, controlling pain and damage from TMJ, and treating periodontal disease. Any of these reconstructive procedures can be performed independently, but Dr. Brandau can perform them in combination if necessary.
Addressing the previously mentioned issues may involve crowns, bridges, fillings, and veneers. Dr. Brandau would like to meet with you to thoroughly examine your mouth and discuss what you hope to accomplish with a mouth restoration. After the exam and x-rays, he will form a treatment plan and review it with you. From there, you can schedule an appointment, or several if you are having multiple procedures completed, to have your smile restored.
Get Started Today
Restorative dentistry can be life-changing for our patients. Restorations are a way to reinstate a comfortable, functional bite, and desired appearance. Contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Brandau today. Our team is excited to meet you and learn how we can restore your smile and your confidence.