Restorative Dentistry – Tulsa, OK

Rebuilding the Function & Appearance of Smiles

Even when you take the time to care for and protect your smile, life happens, and teeth become damaged either by decay or physical trauma. Regardless of the cause of your damaged teeth, Dr. Hammond offers multiple solutions to make them whole again. Not only can we ensure they don’t break down further and remain functional for years to come, but we use tooth-colored materials to bring them back to their original luster. Give our Tulsa dental office a call to schedule an appointment and learn more about your restorative dentistry options!

Why Choose Glisten Dental Care of Tulsa for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Mercury-Free, Tooth-Colored Fillings
  • Advanced Digital Impression Software
  • High-Quality Dental Materials to Choose From

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated row of teeth with tooth colored fillings

Following minor tooth decay, chips, or cracks, we will likely recommend a filling to repair your damaged smile. Traditionally, fillings were made from metal amalgams that were put in place using wedges carved into the healthy tooth structure to hold the filling in place. Today, we use tooth-colored composite resin. Originally, many people assumed these filling materials would be much weaker than their metal counterparts, but the unique restoration process actually leads to a stronger and longer-lasting result.

We begin by removing any damaged tooth structures. Then, we apply putty-like resin directly to the tooth, shaping it into position. Once in position, we use a curing light to harden the resin, seamlessly filling in cracks and crevices in the tooth.

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Dental Crowns

Close up of person holding dental crown on their finger

Each year, over two million dental crowns are used to cap a tooth, top off a dental implant, and repair decayed teeth (just a few of their many uses!). To ensure you are an active participant in your care and thoroughly understand your treatment options, we will use an intraoral camera to show you firsthand the oral health concerns that need to be addressed. Fortunately, dental crowns today are extremely lifelike in look and feel, allowing you to restore the function and aesthetic of your teeth without calling attention to your treatment.

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