questionmarkblueAre you ever worried about your oral health? Are you concerned about what might happen if you skip a brushing session or two, if you accidentally bite into something too hard for your teeth, or if some other trauma occurs? The good news is that we offer restorative dentistry for when you require some type of repair. Rather than leave you with a general understanding, we encourage you to become more familiar with the details. Read through some helpful information and you will find that receiving restorative care is something you can feel good about.

What’s The Goal Of Restorative Care?

The goal of restorative dentistry is to provide you with treatment that restores your oral health. This means that we will make improvements, so the health of your mouth is returned to its prior state of wellbeing. As a result, we may need to clear away disease, remove damaged tissue, repair structural damage, or replace missing tissue.

What Restorative Treatments Do You Offer?

We offer a broad selection of restorative dentistry treatments, so you may visit us and receive the smile fixes you need to regain optimal oral health. Consider the following services:

  • Dental Fillings: A filling is an appropriate solution for a cavity, which occurs when bacteria eat away at your tooth tissue, leaving a growing hole.
  • Dental Crowns: When fillings will not address the problem (whether it’s a large cavity or severe damage), a crown allows us to treat the tooth and then fully cover and protect it.
  • Dental Extraction: For a tooth that is too infected, damaged, or problematic to remain in your smile, we will remove it.
  • Prosthetics: Have you lost a tooth due to an extraction or some form of trauma? We can replace that tooth with a prosthetic – or artificial tooth replacement.

Visit Our Office in Baxter, MN!

Dr. Clinton L. Roberts and the friendly staff at Greenhaven Family Dental are happy to help you maintain a healthy and beautiful smile with a comprehensive approach to general dentistry. With years of training and experience in dental sleep medicine, Dr. Roberts is also adept at helping patients treat snoring and sleep apnea so they can rest more easily (and quietly). To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call our office in Baxter, MN, today at (218) 454-0523. We proudly welcome patients from Brainerd, Little Falls, Staples, Crosby-Ironton-Deerwood, and all surrounding communities.