Reclaim Your Oral Health by Visiting Your Bloomington Restorative Dentist

Your smile can gradually become weaker due to cavities. Your teeth can be damaged or lost in an instant if you get hit with a ball or bite into the wrong thing. Whatever the reason for your dental damage, your restorative dentist in Bloomington, MN can repair your smile. Come to us to:

  • Fill in decayed teeth for a more attractive appearance
  • Rebuild your strong bite so you can eat what you want
  • Speak clearly with secure teeth replacements
  • Improve digestion by chewing your food better
  • Prevent further dental problems
  • End dental pain
  • Improve your oral and overall health

Call our office today at 952-679-1365 to schedule your consultation at Weddell Dental. Be sure to ask about our Dental Savings Plan (only available for patients without insurance) that can save you 15 percent on your treatment.

You Deserve a Smile That Looks Great & Functions Great Too

When you need to repair or replace teeth, you want the restorations to look nice. However, it’s just as important that your new teeth function like real teeth, too. At Weddell Dental, we know patients come in with a variety of restorative needs. That’s why we offer a number of restorative options:

  • Tooth-Colored Fillings – Composite fillings are a great way to treat decay without metal fillings that can spoil your smile. Our fillings stop decay and look like a natural part of your other teeth.
  • Root Canal Treatment – When a tooth becomes infected, it can be quite painful. Removing infected tissue can be the best way to save the tooth and remove the source of your pain.
  • Dental Veneers – Veneers can repair chips, cracks, small gaps, and discoloration, and add some strength to your teeth.
  • Inlays and Onlays – These restorations are custom-made for times when a filling isn’t enough, but a crown is more than you need.
  • Dental Crowns – Cap your damaged tooth to provide structural support. This also revives its natural shape and strength. Crowns can fix large cavities and broken teeth and are used as part of root canal therapy.
  • Fixed Bridges – Bridges will fill the gaps in your smile, replace your lost teeth, and look like a natural part of your smile.
  • Dentures – Replace multiple teeth or even all your teeth with a set of partial or full dentures. They can be removed easily for daily cleaning and care.
  • Dental Implants – These are replacement tooth roots. They can anchor a crown, bridge, or dentures in place, so your replacement teeth look and work as well as the real thing.

If you have any anxiety about restorative treatment, you are not alone. Dental anxiety affects millions of people. We can help you get comfortable with our compassionate approach to treatment. For added comfort and peace of mind, we  offer dental sedation for pain-free procedures.

Life is full of second chances. Give your smile a second chance by visiting your restorative dentist in Bloomington, MN.  Dr. Kenneth Weddell has been practicing dentistry for over 30 years and knows what your teeth need to be fully functional again. Call Weddell Dental at 952-679-1365 or make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry cost?

The cost of restorative dentistry varies widely. In general, the more conservative the treatment, the lower the cost. So, for example, a dental filling costs less than a crown. That’s why we stress early detection of dental issues. It’s important to see us at least twice a year for dental exams so we can identify potential problems and fix them in their earliest stages.

What does restorative dentistry include?

Restorative dentistry services are designed to repair and replace damaged and missing teeth. We offer several types of restorative dentistry, including tooth-colored fillings, dental crowns, bridges, dentures, inlays, and onlays. In many cases, Dr. Weddell will combine two or more of these treatments to repair a patient’s smile.

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

A healthy mouth is so much more than clean teeth and gums. Throughout your lifetime, you may need some type of restorative dental care to treat issues with teeth and gums that cause pain or discomfort, interfere with your oral function, or threaten your oral health in general. Restorative dentistry services address problems like decay, infection, gum disease, dental injuries, and tooth loss to keep your teeth functional and your mouth healthy.

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