Restorative Dentistry - Brick, NJ
Bringing Back Beautiful Smiles
There is a big difference between simply fixing a tooth and restoring one. “Fixing” just puts a band-aid on the problem, while restoring brings back a tooth’s original shape, size, and color all at the same time. At Drum Point Family & Implant Dentistry, we proudly restore teeth. Whether you have chips, cracks, decay, or are missing a tooth altogether, we have the tools and technology to make it seem like nothing ever happened to your smile. If you are ready to have your teeth fully repaired with restorative dentistry in Brick, contact us today.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
A tooth with a large amount of damage or decay can be easily restored using a dental crown. This tooth-shaped “cap” simply fits on top of a natural tooth to protect it from any further harm, and we can shape and shade it to make sure it completely blends in with the smile. And with two crowns attached to prosthetic teeth, we can literally “bridge” the gap left by a missing tooth or a few in a row.
Tooth-colored fillings, made of a composite resin, offer a multitude of benefits over traditional silver ones. As the name indicates, the material can be color-matched to a patient’s teeth to make the filling practically invisible within the mouth. Also, composite resin allows our dentists to actually restore the teeth with smaller fillings, enabling them to preserve more of a tooth’s natural structure and strength. The end result? A tooth that looks great and can be trusted to last for years to come.
Full & Partial Dentures
If you are currently dealing with a significant amount of tooth loss, dentures can offer the quick, affordable, and natural-looking solution you need. Partial dentures can replace multiple teeth while fitting in comfortably with the remaining ones, while full dentures can instantly bring back an entire row of teeth. Our dentures are always custom-made, so no matter what you need, we will make sure you regain a smile that is both beautiful and functional.
Root Canal Treatment
The innermost layer of a tooth is actually called the dental pulp, and this is where the sensitive nerve of each tooth is located. When this tissue becomes infected or damaged, whether due to decay or injury, it can cause one tremendous toothache. Fortunately, our dentists can relieve this kind of pain and even save the tooth with a root canal. They will gently remove the tissue, replace it with a packing material, and then fully restore the tooth with a dental crown.
The term “oral surgery” can refer to various procedures such as a tooth extraction, wisdom tooth removal, or even dental implant placement. In any case, you can trust Dr. Ruiz to perform whatever treatment you need with the utmost expertise. He has taken advanced surgical training, so not only can he guarantee the success of your treatment, but also an easy and speedy recovery as well. With us, you will not have to run around town to different dental offices to get everything that you need.