Bring Back Your Natural Smile

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Cavities, broken teeth, infections, and missing teeth can all negatively impact your comfort, confidence, and overall quality of life. Just as there are many different reasons your teeth might be causing you pain, discomfort, or hesitancy to smile, there are many ways to treat them. The goal of restorative dentistry is to save teeth and restore their natural look, shape, and feel.

What is Restorative Dentistry?

Over our lifetime, we ask a lot of our teeth. In fact, not only do our teeth have to endure a variety of foods. They also have to endure habits like grinding or clenching teeth or chewing ice and eating a lot of sugar. Overtime, this adds up! Tooth sensitivity, jaw pain, trouble eating, and being reluctant to smile can all come from having teeth that aren’t as healthy as they could be. The goal of restorative dentistry is to restore damaged, infected, or decayed teeth to their previous, healthy state.

Our Process: Diagnose – Treat – Restore (Your Smile)

  • Diagnose: the source of the problem.
  • Treat: treatment for the problem.
  • Restore: a plan to restore your smile.

Restorative Dentistry Services

At the root of every beautiful smile, is a healthy smile, and we work to ensure a healthy and stable oral foundation.

It’s time to invest in the best version of you!


Biorejuvenation (full-mouth rehabilitation) is a treatment approach that aims to restore your chewing system to the optimal position, which relaxes your jaw joint muscles and reduces stress on your teeth.

Laser Root Canals

Laser Root canals are treatments that repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth instead of removing it. Unlike conventional root canals, laser root canals can be performed without trauma and pain.


Crowns are used to restore broken teeth or teeth with large cavities that cannot be restored with fillings alone. If you have a damaged, decayed, or cracked tooth, crowns can help restore its proper size and shape.


Implants are an effective way to replace teeth that have fallen out due to gum (periodontal) disease, tooth decay, bone loss, fracture, or infection. This is a great option because they can be used to replace virtually any tooth.


Restoring Function

Before treatment, I had chronic pain and had to adapt the way I ate, for example, eating soft foods (because of TMJ). From head and neck pain to tension headaches and jaw pain, I was going from doctor to doctor but still could not find the relief I desperately needed. After treatment, I am no longer in pain and can eat the foods I enjoy. The best part, my smile has literally transformed my appearance and I love it! Take a look at my before and after photos to see the difference.