Kingsford Dental

Clinic Hours: Mon-Fri (9:00-600) | Sat (9:00 - 5:00)

Suite 3, 255- 271 Anzac Parade Kingsford, NSW, 2032

Restorative Dentistry

Restoring the function and aesthetics of your teeth

Restorative dentistry focuses on the repair and restoration of damaged or missing teeth. Our skilled team of dental professionals utilise advanced techniques and materials to bring back the form, function, and aesthetics of your teeth.

Restorative dentistry at Kingsford Dental begins with a thorough examination, including x-rays and the use of magnification to assess the condition of your teeth.

A superior restoration option is ceramic inlay or onlay, a stronger restoration that can be done on the same day.

At Kingsford Dental, we prioritise patient health and safety, which is why we do not use mercury fillings due to their potential health hazards. Instead, we offer safe and durable alternative tooth coloured restoration for tooth restoration.

In addition to fillings, Kingsford Dental also specialises in crown and bridge work. Crowns are used to restore severely damaged or broken-down teeth by covering them with a protective cap. We offer ceramic crowns that provide both strength and a natural appearance, making them highly popular among patients.

Bridges, on the other hand, are used to replace missing teeth by using adjacent teeth as support. This helps restore functionality and aesthetics, allowing patients to enjoy a complete and natural-looking smile.

With our comprehensive restorative dentistry services, Kingsford Dental aims to provide patients with effective solutions to repair and replace damaged or missing teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry focused on diagnosing, treating, and restoring damaged, decayed, or missing teeth.

It involves various treatments and procedures aimed at improving the function, health, and appearance of the teeth, allowing patients to regain their ability to eat, speak, and smile confidently.

Common restorative dental treatments include dental fillings to repair cavities or tooth decay, dental crowns to restore severely damaged or weakened teeth, dental bridges to replace missing teeth, and dental implants for a permanent tooth replacement option.

The longevity of restorative dental treatments depends on various factors, such as the type of treatment, oral hygiene practices, and overall oral health.

Dental fillings typically last several years, while dental crowns and bridges can last 10 to 15 years or longer with proper care. Dental implants are known for their durability and some of the parts of dental implants can last a lifetime with regular maintenance.

We use CEREC, a 3D scanning and milling technology made in Germany, to scan for a crown, and your dental crown can be milled in our office. Often, we can make your crown during the same visit or within 24-48 hours. 3D milling technology is known for its aesthetic function and convenience. Our patients love the benefit of the same-day crown.