Restorative Dentistry – Mt. Pleasant, WI

Personalized Repair for Damaged Smiles

Tooth enamel is the strongest material in the human body – even more so than bone! However, this strength comes with a major drawback: teeth cannot repair themselves once they’ve been damaged or decayed. Without treatment, compromised teeth will only get worse, making it difficult for you to chew your favorite foods. Eventually, these teeth may even fall out! At Sweet Smiles Family Dentistry, we offer high-quality, personalized repair for damaged smiles. We can build your natural teeth back up to their full structure and even replace missing teeth with lifelike prosthetics. Get in touch with us today to learn how we can restore your pearly whites!

Why Choose Sweet Smiles Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Mess-Free, Precise Digital Impression System
  • Same-Day Emergency Appointments
  • In-Network with Many Leading Dental Insurance Providers

Dental Crowns

For a severely damaged tooth that needs extensive repair, a dental crown is often the perfect solution. We can fit one of these hollowed-out “caps” over the tooth in question to instantly renew its structure and function while protecting the tooth against additional damage. We can also color-match each crown to make it indistinguishable from the adjacent teeth and balance out your bite force, ensuring your results look and feel natural.

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Dental Bridges

Three or more dental crowns can be connected in order to replace one or more consecutive missing teeth. This prosthetic, called a dental bridge, is secured onto two of your remaining teeth and seamlessly fills the gap. Once placed, a bridge prevents your other teeth from drifting and makes it easy to chew and smile again after tooth loss.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

For generations, dentists filled cavities with an amalgam made from various metals like silver. Although durable, this material came with several disadvantages, including increased sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures. Not to mention, they left a noticeably dark spot in your grin. Tooth-colored fillings, on the other hand, are made from – as you may have guessed – materials that are customized to match the shade of your teeth. Composite resin fillings also require less enamel removal and better seal off the nerves of the tooth, resulting in less sensitivity.

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Today’s dentures are a far cry from the uncomfortable, awkward prosthetics that your parents or grandparents might have worn. Made from lifelike acrylic or porcelain, modern dentures can bring back several or even all missing teeth on an arch in one fell swoop. Partial dentures fit between your existing teeth like a lost puzzle piece, while full dentures recreate an entire arch by sitting on the gums. In either case, you can expect your denture to mimic your original pearly whites almost perfectly.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Do you have multiple teeth that are broken, decayed, or even missing altogether? You might believe that your smile is beyond hope, but that’s never the case at Sweet Smiles Family Dentistry. After examining your teeth, our dentists can draw up a customized plan for full mouth reconstruction. By combining various procedures in a particular order, we can give you a complete, functional smile again in a way that is tailored to your unique needs.