Restore and Rejuvenate Your Smile

Restorative Dentistry 

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

We can combine any number of restorative treatments to create a truly personalized approach to enhancing your oral health and restoring a fully functional bite. A full mouth reconstruction is a fully customized treatment that addresses missing teeth, periodontal disease and other conditions at once to fully restore comfort, functionality, and a natural appearance to your smile. To learn more about this and other restorative dentistry treatments, contact our office.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants provide a truly superior method of restoring missing teeth. Whether you are missing one tooth or the majority of your teeth, you may be a good candidate for dental implants. Dental implants are surgically-embedded titanium posts, acting as roots to anchor a dental restoration to the jawbone. Dental implants are restored with crowns or bridges, allowing you to smile, chew, and speak with complete confidence.

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Dental Bridges and Crowns

Dental crowns and bridges restore function, as well as a natural appearance, to your smile. Crowns strengthen teeth weakened and compromised by decay, fractures, root canal therapy, and general wear and tear. Crowns can also be used to top dental implants. Bridges, also known as partial dentures, replace missing teeth. Crowns and bridges are custom-crafted to achieve a natural appearance among your natural teeth.

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Dentures

If you are missing most or all of your teeth, you are likely a good candidate for dentures. Advancements in dental technology have made dentures more functional and realistic-looking than ever before. Advanced Dentistry of CT provides a range of dentures, ensuring optimal fit and aesthetic appeal. If you are suffering with missing teeth, we can help you to once again experience the benefits of a complete smile.

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Root Canal Therapy

If you experiencing pain, swelling, stiffness in the jaw, and sensitivity when chewing, you may be suffering from an infected tooth. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment with Dr. Radmand. A root canal, or the removal of infected tooth pulp in order to salvage the outer portion of the tooth, may be the best course of treatment.

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Fillings

Teeth that have a small to moderate amount of decay can be treated using fillings. After our dentists thoroughly clean the area and remove any decayed portions of the tooth, a filling will be placed to fill the remaining void. Our tooth-colored fillings match the natural color of your tooth to provide support as well as a pleasing aesthetic finish.

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Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays are like dental crowns, but cover a smaller portion of the tooth. These can be an excellent solution for a tooth that cannot be restored with a filling, but does not require an entire crown. Like crowns, our inlays and onlays are crafted to match the color and contour of your teeth and achieve a natural appearance.

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Invisalign®

If you find yourself wishing for a straighter, more uniform smile, we can help. Advanced Dentistry of CT prefers Invisalign® to traditional orthodontics. Invisalign® mouthpieces are virtually invisible, easy to use, and can treat most dental alignment issues. In about the same amount of time required with traditional braces, Invisalign® can help you achieve a straighter, more attractive smile.

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Periodontal Treatments

Healthy gums are the foundation of your oral health. Periodontal disease is a result of bacteria collecting under the gumline, causing inflammation and infection. Left untreated, it can eventually lead to tooth loss and other complications. At Advanced Dentistry of CT, we use gentle laser therapy to reduce irritation and restore health to patients suffering with periodontal disease.

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