Restorative Dentistry

Show A Full, Healthy Smile

  • Access several types of restorative treatments
  • Relax while our compassionate team cares for you
  • Receive precise treatment with advanced technology

Revive Your Smile With Help From Your Restorative Dentist in Los Alamitos

A good restorative dentist in Los Alamitos can take your ailing smile and turn it around for the better. The Center Plaza Dentistry team can improve both the function and beauty of your smile, in the same way your mechanic can make your car run like it should again. Our restorative dentistry treatments will help you:

  • Smile boldly with confidence that your teeth are attractive
  • Enjoy a wider variety of delicious foods
  • Improve your oral health and overall body health
  • Look younger and more vibrant
  • Speak more clearly so you avoid embarrassment
  • Make better first impressions when socializing

Call Center Plaza Dentistry today at 562-344-5911 to schedule a consultation.

Enjoy Your Favorite Foods Again With Restorative Care

As your dental care provider, your oral health and the beauty of your smile are extremely important to us. Our dentists devote many hours to continuing education every year, so we can provide you with the latest leading-edge procedures. Plus, our team members are specially trained to deliver compassionate and caring treatment no matter what procedure you’re having done. We also use high-tech equipment like digital X-rays and an iTero digital imaging system, so both you and your dentist can see exactly what’s going on inside your mouth.

When you combine all these things with our list of restorative dentistry treatments, it’s easy to see why so many people choose us as their preferred dental practice. Here are some of the restorative services you’ll find here:

  • Tooth-Colored Fillings – Our natural-looking fillings will repair dental damage and blend in beautifully with your smile. If desired, we can remove and replace your old silver metal fillings.
  • Dental Crowns – A crown will cover and protect a damaged or diseased tooth. A crown can also be used with a dental implant to replace a missing tooth.
  • Dental Bridges – Your dentist can use a bridge either with or without dental implants to fill the gap in your smile and restore your chewing capacity.
  • Inlays and Onlays – These custom restorations are usually made from porcelain and provide a mid-range repair between a tooth filling and a crown.
  • Dentures – You’ll find several types of dentures to meet your needs, including conventional full and partial dentures, as well as implant-secured dentures.
  • Dental Implants – Replace any number of missing teeth with these artificial tooth roots. They provide a solid base for several kinds of replacement teeth.
  • Root Canal Treatment – Your dentist can stop your toothache and save your diseased tooth from extraction with this beneficial service.

Make an appointment with a Los Alamitos restorative dentist today by calling Center Plaza Dentistry at 562-344-5911. Don’t let your smile suffer any longer! You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry
What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

A healthy mouth is so much more than clean teeth and gums. Throughout your lifetime, you may need some type of restorative dental care to treat issues that cause pain or discomfort, interfere with your oral function, or threaten your oral health. Restorative dentistry services address problems like cavities, tooth infection, dental injuries, and tooth loss to keep your teeth functional and your mouth healthy.

What does restorative dentistry cost?

Because there is such a wide variety of restorative dental treatments, we can’t give you any sort of accurate estimate without first performing an exam and taking X-rays. After doing so, we can present you with treatment options to repair your smile and make your mealtimes more comfortable.

What does restorative dentistry include?

Restorative dentistry is any service that aims to repair damaged teeth or replace missing teeth. While good oral hygiene and preventive dental care can lessen the need for restorative procedures, most people will need at least a few restorative treatments during their lifetime. Common treatments include dental fillings, crowns, bridges, and root canals.