Reconstructive Dentistry

Even if you are a dedicated brusher and flosser, occasional damage and decay can occur. Trauma, gum disease, and other factors can even lead to one or more lost teeth. When your smile is in need of repair, our experienced dentist, Dr. Nadja Horst, can help restore your teeth to their previous beauty and function. At Urban Dentistry, we prioritize your safety, comfort, and results. To this end, we utilize the most advanced dental techniques and technology available. Reconstructive and restorative dentistry options from our practice include a wide range of procedures that can address minor to major concerns. If you’re experiencing discomfort, disability, or self-consciousness as a result of a problem with your teeth, gums, or another oral structure, let us help you find a solution you’re proud to show off.

As a helpful resource in your research, we have provided information on our restorative dentistry treatments below. If you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Horst to discuss your dental concerns, contact us today. Our obliging dental team can also help answer any questions you may have.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

If you’re experiencing multiple aesthetic and functional dental concerns, full mouth rehabilitation can help to restore your smile by combining two or more dental techniques. These procedures will be selected and customized to achieve more comprehensive dental repair and enhancement. Some of the options available include dental implants, dentures, Invisalign®, all-ceramic crowns and bridges, teeth whitening, gummy smile treatment, and more. During your initial consultation, Dr. Horst will discuss your desired outcome and develop a personalized treatment plan that can optimize your results.

All Ceramic Crowns and Bridges

High-quality and aesthetically appealing, all-ceramic crowns and bridges can restore one or more damaged or missing teeth. We utilize durable ceramic materials for our dental crowns and bridges that can be customized to closely match your original tooth shape and color. Crowns can be used to cover a single tooth after significant damage occurs due to chips, fractures, or decay. They are also utilized as the finishing touch for a root canal or dental implant treatment. A bridge, on the other hand, is designed to fill a gap resulting from a missing tooth. Both types of reconstructive options can revitalize the beauty of your smile and improve function with long-term results.

Mercury-Free Fillings

To protect your health and enhance the cosmetic appearance of your smile, Urban Dentistry utilizes mercury-free fillings. Also known as a composite or porcelain filling, this restorative technique can effectively repair mild to moderate damage and decay with a natural-looking, tooth-colored result. While metal amalgam fillings were once popular, they contain mercury, a material now recognized as potentially harmful to the body even in small amounts. If you have existing metal fillings and would like to substitute composite fillings, Dr. Horst can develop a treatment plan to replace your old dental work with mercury-free material.

We have provided abundant information about restorative dental options to help you in your research. However, we know sometimes speaking with a knowledgeable expert is best. Contact us today if you have additional questions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Horst.