RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY - WINDSOR, CT
Restorative Dentistry in Windsor
Tooth decay, infection, and injury can happen to anyone. When it happens to you, you’ll feel comforted knowing that Day Hill Dental is experienced in providing top-notch restorative care. If your smile needs a little extra attention, don’t hesitate to call our office and schedule your appointment for restorative care today! Bloom, Dr. Farber, and Dr. Chu can renew your oral health with the following services:
Traditional Crown and Bridge
A crown is a dependable fix for teeth with large broken down fillings, severe decay, or substantial chips. A bridge is a method of replacing missing teeth in the front or back of the mouth. At Day Hill Dental, we make these restorations from porcelain, zirconia, or other esthetic materials, so your dental crown or bridge will blend beautifully with the rest of your teeth. We’ll give you a fantastic-looking, confidence-instilling smile you won’t want to hide.
CEREC One-Visit Restorations
Conventionally, restorations like crowns require two dental visits, with about three weeks in between appointments to allow the lab time to make the customized crowns. With our in-office CEREC scanner and milling unit, we are able to prepare for, create, and deliver to you, a custom dental crown in just one appointment! This new technology saves you time and gives you a natural-looking, long-lasting solution.
We know that root canals have the bad reputation of being painful experiences. With advances in local anesthetics and options for nitrous oxide at our office, we make it our goal to ensure you are comfortable during this treatment. A root canal is often the best way to save a severely damaged or decayed natural tooth from extraction. The treatment removes the infected nerve and tissue from inside your tooth replacing these with a biocompatible filling material so you can be pain free again.
Removable prosthetics (ie: partial or full dentures) provide efficient solutions for patients who have lost multiple teeth. We make dentures with natural-looking prosthetic teeth attached to a gum-colored base. These dentures are able to stay in place while you eat, chew, and talk because they are supported by clips, clasps, denture adhesives, or suction to the roof of the mouth. Dentures can even be clipped on to dental implants for extra security.