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Restorative Dentistry

At, Arcadia Dental Franklin, a highly-trained restorative dentist will determine the right corrective dental procedures to restore your natural smile – and your confidence.

OUR SERVICES

Restorative Dentistry

At, Arcadia Dental Franklin, a highly-trained restorative dentist will determine the right corrective dental procedures to restore your natural smile – and your confidence.

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Restorative Dentistry Services

If certain dental problems have kept you from eating your favorite foods or smiling with ease, restorative dentistry can help you get your life back. At our comprehensive dental practice in Franklin, MA, we offer numerous in-house corrective dental procedures, in addition to high-quality General Dentistry, so you can receive all the expert care you need in one convenient location. If you’re interested in any of our restorative dentistry procedures, call us at (508)541-7400.

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Corrective Dental Procedures at Arcadia Dental Franklin

If you’re interested in receiving high-quality corrective dental procedures in Franklin, MA, our team of hygienists, dentists and specialists will provide you with the excellent care you desire. Combining experience, skill and compassion, we can dramatically improve your smile through a variety of restorative dentistry procedures, such as the ones described in detail below.

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Corrective Dental Procedures at Arcadia Dental Franklin

If you’re interested in receiving high-quality corrective dental procedures in Franklin, MA, our team of hygienists, dentists and specialists will provide you with the excellent care you desire. Combining experience, skill and compassion, we can dramatically improve your smile through a variety of restorative dentistry procedures, such as the ones described in detail below.

Full Denture

Standard full dentures are dentures that comprise a full set of upper and lower teeth. This type of denture uses suction to stay in place. They are made of a pliable material which makes suction easy. However, it is for this reason that standard full dentures require routine visits to the dentist. Being pliable, the dentures are susceptible to shrinkage, thus creating an ill-fitting prosthetic that can result in the atrophy of the jawbone.

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Partial Denture

Partial dentures are dentures that replace only a limited number of teeth, not an entire set. Partial dentures are a single piece fitting that is supported by the remaining teeth and gums. They are much more secure than standard full dentures and are more comfortable.

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Cosmetic dentures, as you can imagine, are made to look as natural as possible. Unlike standard dentures that use a heat curing process which leads to dentures that become ill-fitting over time, cosmetic dentures are made from a special acrylic base that eliminates the possibility of the denture shrinking and warping.

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Implant - Supported Denture

Furthermore, some cosmetic dentures achieve a natural appearance through the use of implants. Implants are installed in the mouth so that the dentures have something to hold onto. The cosmetic denture will either rest on or snap onto the implant. What this does is allow the denture to stay in place without the chance of it moving around, which makes the denture more comfortable than a standard one.

 

Loss of teeth and expensive treatment options don’t have to prevent you from continuing to lead a healthy and happy life. Removable dentures are a suitable course of treatment for many people. You deserve to give yourself the best treatment possible. If you live in or around Franklin and need a consultation for dentures, give us a call today.

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One of the most common corrective dental procedures performed today, composite dental fillings offer several benefits over traditional silver-colored amalgam fillings. Comprised of a natural-looking glass and composite material, they cosmetically blend in with the rest of your teeth and adhere directly to the tooth’s surface, allowing for less drilling and more of the tooth’s natural structure to remain intact. Although receiving composite dental fillings is a minimally-invasive restorative dentistry procedure, it can make a significant difference in the appearance and health of your smile.

Sometimes teeth aren’t compromised enough to require a crown, but are still too damaged to be properly restored with just a filling. In these cases, your restorative dentist will likely suggest treatment with an inlay or onlay. An inlay covers the chewing surface in a tooth’s center between the cusps (points), while an onlay will cover one or more damaged cusps. Inlays and onlays are simple, popular restorative dentistry procedures that often prevent teeth from fracturing or needing to be extracted later.

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