Restorative Dentistry Colmar, PA

Problems like missing teeth, infected gum tissue, and tooth damage affect the full function of the smile. Restorative dental care helps renew the health, appearance, and function of the teeth, gums, and bite. Our restorative dental treatments ensure that patients can eat, drink, speak, and live comfortably without discomfort or pain. At Dental Health Group, we offer restorative dentistry to help improve the functionality and comfort of patient smiles in Colmar, PA.

Restorative Dentist in Colmar, PA

Restorative Dentistry in Colmar, PA

Our restorative dental treatments can make a difference in patients’ smiles, from missing teeth restorations to TMJ therapy and periodontal cleanings: 

All On Four

An All On Four treatment uses as few as four dental implants to secure an upper or lower denture. This alternative to traditional dentures can offer longer-lasting treatment and improved bite function for patients missing all of their teeth. 

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge closes the gap left by multiple missing teeth. While dental bridges typically use natural crown-capped teeth to support false teeth, they may also use dental implants to secure a bridge. 

Dental Crown

A tooth crown acts as a cap to cover and protect single teeth fully. We use high-quality materials to create dental crowns like zirconium and E-Max that look and feel like natural teeth. 

Dental Implants

Implants are high-quality restorations made of cylindrical titanium posts. An oral surgeon places the posts in the jaw bone, fusing them with the tissue for 3 to 6 months. Dental implants can secure single dental crowns, bridges, and dentures. 

Dentures & Partials

We provide dentures for patients who are missing multiple or all teeth. Partial dentures can replace rows of teeth, while full dentures can restore complete arches of lost teeth. Dentures help patients live everyday life comfortably and help them smile again.

Periodontal Disease Treatment

Gum disease, or periodontitis, can break down the gum tissue, meaning teeth lose support. Over time, patients with severe cases of gum disease can experience gum recession and loose teeth. Prevent periodontal disease with dental care in our office. 

TMJ Treatment

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) are bite disorders that can create various dental problems. Patients with TMD can experience chronic headaches, teeth clenching and grinding, toothaches, and jaw pain. We can create custom nightguards to help patients who experience teeth clenching and grinding due to TMD.

Restorative Dental FAQs

Discover more about restorative dental care with answers to common questions patients have about our treatments:

Do you need to replace every missing tooth with a dental implant?

You will not need to replace every tooth with an implant if you have multiple missing teeth. We can secure an entire tooth arch with as little as four dental implants. We will recommend the number of implants that you require for your restoration.

Do I have gum disease if my gums bleed?

You may have gingivitis or gum inflammation if your gums bleed when you brush and floss. Flossing more frequently and gently brushing your teeth twice daily for two minutes can help reverse gingivitis. However, if you also experience problems like chronic gum pain, sensitivity to temperature, or gum recession, you may have gum disease. Please get in touch with our office for periodontal treatment. 

Do dental crowns look natural?

Dental crowns look natural and blend in with the smile because they are made of tooth-colored materials. We work with labs that create crowns that are the correct shape and shade of your tooth and blend in with the rest of the smile.

Restore Your Smile Today

Do you have a bite imbalance that makes it uncomfortable to eat? Maybe you have missing teeth and want to restore the appearance of your smile. Contact us for lasting, comfortable restorative treatments. Schedule a dental appointment with our professional dental team today or call (215) 774-6702. Our dental office provides restorative dental services for patients in Lansdale, Hatfield, Montgomery County, Colmar, and Chalfont, PA.