Are you missing permanent teeth? Do you have gum or tooth damage?
Revitalize your smile with our restorative dental services. Restorative dental care encompasses treatments that can replace missing teeth, protect against tooth damage, and reverse gum disease. Dr. Daniela Lemoine is a highly trained dentist offering East Cobb, GA patients restorative dentistry. She helps rehabilitate the structure and health of the bone and gum tissue in the mouth. Her restorative services create healthier, more functional, and more comfortable smiles.
Restorative Dentistry in East Cobb, Georgia
Our restorative dental treatments can completely renew the form and function of the teeth and gums. Through personalized dentistry designed for your needs, we can give you back a comfortable, beautiful, and stable smile.
A dental bridge can “bridge the gap” left by permanently missing teeth. Traditional bridges use the support of crown-capped natural teeth. Dentists need to prepare these teeth to support the bridge. However, implant-secured bridges replace lost teeth at the root and properly secure false teeth in place. Dental implants extend the lifespan of a dental bridge.
Dental crowns act as caps to cover teeth fully. Crowns can cover dental implants, tooth fillings, damaged teeth, and worn enamel. We use porcelain ceramic crowns that we color-match to the exact shade of your natural teeth. Tooth crowns add structure and strength to the smile.
A single dental implant is a titanium screw, abutment, and crown. We work with oral surgeons to place dental implants and replace one or more missing permanent teeth. Implants can restore a single lost tooth or secure a complete denture. Because implants are made of titanium, they offer long-lasting restorations.
Full and Partial Dentures
Many people think of removable dentures when they think of this dental restoration. However, implant-supported dentures do not require adhesives or snaps to stay in place. Patients with implant-supported dentures, whether partial or complete, easily speak and eat with fewer restrictions.
Gum Disease Treatment
Periodontitis, or gum disease, is caused by harmful bacteria that irritate the gums. Over time, as bacteria eat away at the gum tissue, patients may experience problems like bleeding and receding gums. Dr. Lemoine can improve patients’ gum health with laser-assisted SRP and periodontal plastic surgery. She also supports the cosmetics of the gums with crown lengthening treatment and frenectomies.
Restorative Dentistry FAQs
Learn more about restorative dental care with answers to these frequently asked questions:
What do dental crowns feel like?
Once patients receive a permanent dental crown, it may take some time for them to get used to their new restoration. However, once patients regain their new restoration, it should fit in with the rest of their bite. Our porcelain ceramic crowns look and feel like natural teeth.
Do I have gum disease if I have bleeding gums?
Bleeding gums are a common sign of gingivitis or gum inflammation. Gingivitis is not the same as periodontitis or gum disease. However, patients with gingivitis are more likely to develop gum disease if they do not receive professional treatment.
Can I receive dental implants with a removable or traditional denture or bridge?
We encourage dental implants for patients who have one or more missing teeth. Patients with good oral health and enough bone tissue in their jaw are good candidates for implants or implant-supported restorations. We can also recommend bone grafting so patients can become candidates for dental implants. Contact our dental office if you have a dental restoration but want the proper support for your bridge or denture. We will collaborate with you to plan your implant treatment.
Call Our Dental Office Today
Do you want to restore your smile? Schedule a dental consultation with Dr. Lemoine on her dental website or call 470.431.1580. Sea of Pearls Dental Boutique treats patients from Roswell, Sandy Springs, and East Cobb, GA. Let us know if you have any remaining questions for our dental team, and they will be happy to help. We welcome patients to communicate their concerns or goals with our team.