RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY - WINDSOR, CT
Restorative Dentistry in Windsor
Anyone can fall victim to tooth decay, infection and injury. When it happens to you, you’ll feel comforted knowing the team at Day Hill Dental, PC is experienced in providing top-notch restorative care. Patients in Windsor, Enfield, Suffield, Windsor Locks, Bloomfield, and all surrounding areas are welcome to learn more about our variety of offerings. If your smile needs a little extra attention, don’t hesitate to call our office and schedule your appointment for restorative care today! Dr. Bloom, Dr. Farber, and Dr. Chu get your oral health back on track with the following services.
Traditional Crown and Bridge
Good for restoring teeth from severe decay or for replacing teeth that have gone missing altogether, a traditional crown and dental bridge is a long-trusted solution for rejuvenating the health and appearance of a damaged smile. With restorations made of porcelain or ceramic from Day Hill Dental, PC, your dental crown and bridge blend beautifully with the rest of your teeth -- for a fantastic-looking, confident-feeling smile you won’t want to hide ever again.
CEREC One-Visit Restorations
Traditionally, restorations like crowns and bridges have taken two visits to the dentist’s office, with at least two weeks in between. This time was needed for the creation of the restoration in a separate dental lab. With a CEREC milling unit at our Windsor office, we plan for, create and place dental restorations in just one appointment! This new technology greatly increases efficiency and improves results -- for a great looking, better-fitting device.
A root canal is often the best way to save a natural tooth from extraction. Used in the most severe cases of decay or damage, the treatment removes the infected nerve and tissue from inside the tooth. With local anesthesia and offerings in sedation dentistry available at our office, you’ll be totally relaxed through root canal treatment, on your way to great oral health once again.
When tooth loss affects your smile and your life, you’ll need to find the best replacement option for you. Removable prosthetics provide an efficient solution for patients who have lost several or a whole row of missing teeth. Full or partial dentures are made of natural-looking prosthetic teeth attached to a gum-colored base. They can be supported in the mouth by suction, clips, and brackets, a denture adhesive or, for the best results, dental implants.