Restorative Dentistry Springfield

Dental Problems Happen, But We’ve Got You Covered

Nobody’s perfect. Practically everyone will experience a cavity or cracked/broken teeth at some point in their lives, and while other dentists will give you a lecture if you walk into their office with less-than-perfect oral health, we’ll focus on helping, not judging. We can repair your tooth in a way that stops your pain and makes it look like nothing was ever wrong with it, and we’ll also show you how to prevent issues in the future. Great dentistry doesn’t have to be complicated, so give us a call.

Why Choose Grand Dental Studio for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Strong, Natural-Looking Restorations Designed Just For You
  • In-Network with Most PPO Dental Insurance Plans
  • Same-Day Emergency Dental Appointments for Toothaches

Tooth-Colored Fillings

For minor cavities, the fix is very straightforward. After numbing your tooth, we remove the decayed enamel, and then we replace it with a composite resin that has been matched to the rest of your smile. This prevents the cavity from getting worse, restores the look and strength of the tooth, and helps you avoid the temperature sensitivity commonly associated with traditional metal fillings.

Dental Crowns

When a tooth is too damaged to be repaired with a filling, the next step is to place a crown over it. Commonly referred to as “caps,” a crown is a tooth-shaped restoration that fits over the top of a compromised tooth. This brings back the enamel’s original strength and appearance while also making sure the bite stays balanced and comfortable.

While crowns were commonly made of silver and gold in the past, we’re proud to use more lifelike materials like EMAX, zirconia, and porcelain. These offer the same level of durability as metal crowns while looking much more natural. This way, your crown won’t call attention to your dental work every time you smile, laugh, or take a bite of food. The result will be so seamless that only you and your dentist will be able to tell which tooth has been treated.