Can Restorative Dentistry Protect Your Dental Health?

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It’s noticeable when something goes wrong with our teeth because of how it affects our ability to eat, drink, and talk. This not only affects our health, but our daily routines too. When you leave dental problems untreated, you increase your risk of further damage to surrounding teeth, infection, tooth loss, sepsis, heart problems, and more. Fortunately, with restorative dentistry, extreme health issues can be avoided. This is how dental restoration can protect your health. 

What is Restorative Dentistry? 

It wasn’t until not long ago that you didn’t have many options for repairing a damaged or diseased smile. Fortunately, the science of dental restoration has evolved for the better. Today, as patients, we can count on advanced dental techniques that are safe, efficient, and painless–producing natural looking results that stand the test of time.

Though good oral hygiene and regular cleanings are usually effective in maintaining the health of your teeth and gums, your dental health can still be compromised by accidents and other vagaries of life. For example, frequent participation in sports and other high impact activities can increase your risk of injury to the face or mouth. Indulging in the occasional bad habit of chewing ice and hard candy can damage the enamel, even with regular flossing and brushing. Choosing to smoke and drink colored beverages throughout the day will eventually discolor your teeth, especially if you’re too busy to brush or rinse after the fact. 

“Restorative dentistry” is a term used to explain how we replace missing or damaged teeth. Dental Care by Crest explains restorative procedures are important because they:

  • Fill empty spaces in the mouth and help keep teeth aligned correctly
  • Replace teeth making it easier to maintain good oral care habits to help prevent plaque build-up and the problems associated with that 
  • Prevent missing teeth from affecting your health, appearance, and self-esteem

Restorative Dental Treatment Options

Here at Mountain Aire Dentistry, Dr. Robert Berry understands how our hectic lifestyles can affect our dental health. That’s why we use only the most advanced restorative dental methods to repair your smile–to ensure a result that’s resilient, yet undetectable to the naked eye. Other benefits and advantages include shortened treatment time, reduced healing periods, and higher quality materials that can last as long as you can (with proper care of course).

Our convenient Broomfield location offers the following restorative dental treatments:


If you have crooked or crowded teeth, you could benefit from Invisalign orthodontic treatments. Not only that, but it can also help with other irregularities in the alignment of your teeth and jaws, like misaligned teeth, crowded teeth, gapped teeth, and bite problems. Straightening your teeth can also promote better oral health all around. With properly aligned teeth you are less likely for dental problems like tooth decay and gum disease. 

Same Day Crowns

Crowns are a diverse restoration option that can be used for all sorts of restorative or cosmetic purposes, like to:

  • Cover a tooth with severe staining
  • Attach and anchor a dental bridge
  • Restore damaged or decayed teeth
  • Cover and complete dental implants
  • Improve the appearance and function of irregular shaped teeth 
  • Support a large filling if little natural tooth structure remains
  • Strengthen a fractured or weakened tooth 

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a way a patient can prevent having to have a tooth pulled with infection and decay have compromised the integrity of the pulp of your tooth. According to the American Association of Endodontists, over 15 million root canals are done each year, so this is an incredibly popular restorative dentistry option. 

Teeth Whitening

While also seen as cosmetic, teeth whitening can help darkened or discolored teeth become brighter and whiter in as little as an hour. No matter the cause of staining, discolored smiles can make you feel embarrassed and lower your self-confidence. Restoring your white smile with teeth whitening is a great option. 

Full Mouth Restoration

When a person suffers from a smile that is severely decayed or damaged, a full mouth restoration might be needed. When this happens, a person might undergo one of the following procedures: 

  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Implants
  • Veneers
  • Dentures (full or partial)

A full mouth restoration is a customized treatment plan that can help patients regain a healthy, functional, and beautiful smile again. 

Make an Appointment with Dr. Berry

If you’re not happy with your smile and think you’ll benefit from a restorative dentistry treatment, request an appointment with Mountain Aire Dentistry today. Restoring your smile so it gets back to functioning properly and is healthy is the best option for your oral health. Don’t wait any longer to restore your smile! 

291 E Flatiron Crossing Dr,
Broomfield, CO 80021

(303) 731-7755


When you visit our Broomfield dental office, your smile is our top priority. Our Dentists invite you to experience the difference a warm and caring team can provide for you and your family. Enjoy a unique and comfortable dental experience designed to bring a healthier and happier smile back into your life. We invite you to call or visit our Broomfield dental office and discover the exceptional difference we offer to those we serve.

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