Sinking Spring Family Dental Restorations

With the advancements in dental care and the increase in patient awareness over the years, the occurrences of tooth decay have gone down significantly. Despite such great news, the teeth are still prone to decay, infections, damage and other issues brought on by normal use. When a tooth has been damaged in some way or another, restorations can be used to bring back the tooth’s normal shape, appearance and function. Due to the improved techniques in dentistry, there are now several restoration options available to patients, so they can select the best one for their individual situations.

If you ever need a restorative treatment, we’ll take the time to sit down with you and discuss the different options you have available, making recommendations for what we believe would be the most effective and least invasive treatment. Our number one goal is helping you create a beautiful smile, and our excellent care is a reflection of that goal.

Restorative dentistry can:

• Enhance your smile
• Fill in unattractive spaces between teeth
• Improve or correct an improper bite
• Prevent the loss of a tooth
• Relieve dental pain
• Repair damaged and decayed teeth
• Replace missing teeth
• Replace old, unattractive dental treatments
• Restore normal eating and chewing

Onlay Restorations

Also referred to as partial crowns, onlay restorations are custom-made fillings.


CEREC© by Sirona Dental Systems is the world’s only system for the fabrication of all ceramic dental restorations in one office visit. With CEREC© at your dentist’s side, you can be in and out in a single* visit with a permanent, all ceramic crown, onlay, or veneer! For you, the patient, this means fewer injections, less drilling, and less time out of your hectic schedule for dental care. *In most cases, ask our team members for more information.

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings are tooth-colored fills that are used to repair a tooth that has experienced some type of damage, whether it be decay, a chip or something else.

Crowns (Caps)

Also referred to as a cap, a crown is used to protect a tooth that cannot be helped by other restorations, such as fillings.

Dentures & Partial Dentures

If you have no healthy teeth, a complete denture gives you a brand new replacement set, while a partial denture replaces just some missing teeth.

Fixed Bridges

Dental bridges are permanent dental restorations that are used to replace missing teeth.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure designed to remove infection from the soft center of a tooth and save the rest of the tooth.