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Restorative dentistry addresses the health and function of the teeth, gums, and jaw. When a patient has tooth decay, trauma to the mouth, or misalignment of the bite, these issues can be addressed with restorative dental care. Restorative dental treatments can include fillings, dental crowns, bridges, root canals, and more. 

The best way to address oral health concerns is to prevent them before they arise, so regular visits to the dentist are essential for maintaining good dental health.


A patient’s teeth can become damaged due to a variety of factors – from trauma to the mouth to poor diet choices. Regardless of the cause, the condition can greatly affect the patient’s ability to chew food comfortably. In certain cases, the patient may need to address a number of issues to restore their mouth to full function again.

For instance, if a patient needs root canal therapy to address an infection that has spread to multiple teeth, they may need to have dental crowns placed over the treated teeth to protect the delicate tooth structure underneath and to protect them from further damage.

If a patient has a broken or missing tooth, we may recommend dental implants to restore the missing tooth and its root. This will prevent bone loss in the jaw and place healthy stimulation back into the gum tissue to encourage proper healing. The restoration will look and perform like a natural tooth for years to come!

Patients with severely stained or damaged teeth may be interested in teeth whitening as a way of reducing their self-consciousness about the appearance of their teeth. We offer take-home and in-office whitening systems so patients can choose the best option that suits their needs and budget. 


If cavities are caught early, they can be filled using a composite resin material. Composite fillings are a popular choice because they closely mimic the look of natural tooth enamel and are usually less sensitive to temperature variation than amalgam fillings. Since the material is more flexible than the more rigid amalgam, it also seals the tooth more effectively to prevent future decay.


A crown is a type of ‘cap’ that is placed on top of a damaged tooth to restore it to its original size and shape, as well as strengthen and protect it from further damage or decay. The crown may be made from porcelain, gold, or other materials and is cemented onto your natural tooth to give it back its original appearance, function, and shape. 

Many patients choose to get crowns on their teeth if they are chipped, cracked, or broken or if they have had a root canal procedure and need to protect and strengthen the tooth that has been weakened by the treatment process.

If a crown is required for your tooth, we will take an impression of it and the surrounding teeth so the crown can be custom-made to fit your mouth comfortably and match your other natural teeth perfectly. 

This impression is sent to the laboratory for the highly skilled lab technician to start crafting your new restoration. Once the mold is complete, you’ll come back to our office to have it fitted. Once in place, it should sit flush with the rest of your teeth and feel completely comfortable.

To find out more about the dental services offered at our dental practice, call (801) 796-3535 or schedule a consultation online. You can also visit us at 597 S Pleasant Grove Blvd #12, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062.


597 S Pleasant Grove Blvd Ste 12 Pleasant Grove,
UT United States 84062

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