Restorative Dentistry – Beverly Hills, CA
Quality Care That Makes
When you repair something, you simply fix the problem, which is different than restoring it. A good restoration makes it seem like nothing was wrong in the first place, and that’s exactly what we can do for our patients who develop cavities or have broken teeth. Using the latest materials and techniques, we can help a tooth look and function just like it used to before decay or injury took its toll. Do you have a few teeth in need of some TLC? The expertise you need is right around the corner at Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry, so contact us today.
Why Choose Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?
- Two Dentists with Decades of Experience
- Friendly Team & Comforting Office
- High-Quality, Custom-Made Restorations
If you were to see someone with a tooth-colored filling smile, laugh, or eat, you wouldn’t be able to tell they’ve had any dental work. That’s because these restorations are made of a composite resin that’s designed to match the surrounding enamel and completely blend in. And, because they are metal-free, they don’t cause dental sensitivity like old fillings, and they also lower the risk of a tooth cracking in the future.
If the upper portion of a tooth is extensively damaged, rather than removing it, we can completely restore the enamel using a dental crown. Fitted directly over the tooth, these protect the remaining dental structure while also helping it look and function normally. Our crowns are personally-designed for each person so they are not only aesthetic, but also fit seamlessly within the bite so a patient can easily forget they even have one.
E4D® One-Visit Restorations
For a long time, if a patient wanted to fix one of their teeth with a crown, they would have to attend at least two dental appointments spaced a few weeks apart, wearing an unreliable temporary crown while their permanent one was being made. Thanks to E4D technology, we’re able to provide strong and durable final crowns in just one appointment. We simply scan the tooth, digitally designed the restoration, and then it’s milled in-office and placed so a patient can get everything they need in record time.