Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is the branch of dentistry that focuses on restoring damaged or missing teeth to their original form and function. This type of dentistry is important for maintaining oral health and preventing further damage to the teeth and gums. Restorative dentistry procedures can range from simple fillings to complex dental implants.

The benefits of restorative dentistry.

1- Help improve the overall appearance of the teeth.

2- Restore function to the mouth.

3- Prevent further damage from occurring.

4- Improve the patient’s self-confidence and quality of life.


The types of restorative dentistry.

1- Fillings: Used to repair cavities and other small areas of damage to the teeth. 

2- Crowns: Used to cover and protect a damaged tooth.

3- Bridges: Used to replace missing teeth. 

4- Dental: Used to replace missing teeth and provide a permanent solution to tooth loss.