Serving Austell Patients for Over 50 Years
At Austell Dental Associates, we recognize the importance of restoring the function and appearance of your teeth. Our office offers quality dental services that focus on the basic needs of oral health, while simultaneously catering to the aesthetics of cosmetic dentistry. To better help our patients, we proudly offer a range of oral restorations to meet the specific needs of our diverse patients. Whether you’re suffering from broken and missing teeth or need a replacement and/or filling, we’re here every step of the way.
Interested in learning more about our restorative dentistry services? Call us at (770) 467-3888 today!
Restore Your Smile
Depending on your particular needs and unique condition, our team can develop a treatment plan that utilizes restorative techniques to successfully repair how your mouth functions. We proudly offer a range of restorative dentistry services for our patients to choose from. We strive to achieve the best results and improve both the function and aesthetics of your teeth.
You may need a dental crown and bridge if your teeth are missing, broken, cracked, or decayed. Spaces between teeth can greatly impact oral health, so putting a bridge in place of the gap can stop teeth from shifting and spreading infection. Crowns can protect your underlying teeth and can also be used in any part of the mouth. After treatment, our patients experience improvement in functionality as well as the appearance of their smiles.
The days of wearing metal fillings will soon be gone. Our office provides fillings that blend with the rest of your teeth and look and feel like the natural tooth. White fillings can protect your teeth from any future damage, such as decay.
We recommend dental implants for patients with damaged or missing teeth who are not suited for root canal therapy. The process has several steps, including:
- extracting the damaged or decayed tooth
- adding a synthetic bone graft to the opening left in your gums and jaw
- surgically placing a titanium screw into the jawbone
- attaching a surgical crown to the screw underneath the gums via an attachment called an abutment
In total, the process takes about 6 months to complete.
A tooth extraction procedure involves completely removing the tooth from the gum socket. Generally, extractions require a local anesthetic to first numb the affected area so you don’t feel any pain. Our dentists will then loosen the tooth in the gum with an elevator and place forceps around the tooth in order to easily pull it from the root of the gum. It is common to experience mild bleeding immediately after treatment, so we’ll place gauze in the area to stop it. The numbness in your mouth will wear off a few hours following the procedure.
Contact Our Austell Office Today
We are committed to providing all our patients with restorative dentistry services that will transform your smile. Whether you have deteriorating teeth tissue, missing teeth, infected teeth, or damaged teeth, we’ve got the resources and knowledge to find solutions and get results.