Restorative Dentistry Charlotte

When Your Teeth Need Help to Function Normally

Woman in white blouse smiling after restorative dentistry in Charlotte

Tooth enamel may be the hardest substance within the body, but it is not indestructible. Facial trauma and poor oral hygiene can damage teeth, requiring professional intervention to fix. With restorative dentistry, cavities can be addressed with tooth-colored fillings, chips and cracks can be protected with dental crowns, and extensive damage and decay can be overhauled with full mouth reconstruction. We will personalize a plan that focuses on your smile needs so that you can begin to enjoy a fully restored and functional set of teeth once again. Call us to discover what we can do to improve the health of your smile with restorative dentistry in Charlotte.

Why Choose Holt Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • High-Quality Materials for Natural-Looking Smiles
  • More Accurate Restorations with the Help of Digital Impressions
  • We Participate with Most PPO Dental Insurance

Dental Crowns

Model of the mouth with a dental crown over one tooth

Versatile in their ability to help teeth work like new while also eliminating the need to extract them as a result of severe decay or damage, dental crowns are customized to fit over vulnerable teeth. Matching the size, shape, and color of those nearby, these restorations offer maximum support so that the underlying tooth can strengthen over time. Dental crowns can be crafted from Emax, zirconia, or gold and can be put into place in just two to three visits.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated row of teeth with white fillings

Traditional metal amalgam might still be used by many dental professionals, but our team at Holt Family Dentistry offers tooth-colored fillings to fix cavity-stricken teeth. As a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to metal, the composite resin that is used is color-matched to blend in, not only filling the damaged area to create a tight seal but also minimizing the amount of tooth structure that must be removed.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of a person smiling with straight white teeth

Missing teeth, those that are chipped and cracked, and even significant decay are all reasons you might benefit from full mouth reconstruction. Instead of performing individual services to address each problem area, Dr. Sheila Gordon-Holt and Dr. Nemish Shah will create a comprehensive plan that consists of cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures designed to streamline the process of creating a healthier, more complete smile.