At Hereford Dental Health in Monkton, we use a variety of techniques to restore damaged teeth. Most Parkton dental clients are familiar with fillings. Traditional fillings are also called ‘direct restorations’ because they are applied to the tooth and then shaped and polished in one visit.
Another type of filling is called an ‘indirect restoration’ and is fabricated in a dental lab. There are two types: inlays and onlays.
When a tooth needs more extensive dental restoration, a crown is often used. At Hereford Dental Health in Monkton, we create strong, natural-looking crowns from a variety of materials.
What if the tooth is damaged beyond repair? There are a number of functional replacements for missing teeth. Dentures are not the only option in Sparks, MD.
Whether the damage is caused by decay, injury, bite problems, or natural wear, Craig Longenecker DDS will choose the best dental treatment plan for your tooth restoration needs. Hereford Dental Health is conveniently located at 16928 York Rd in Monkton. We provide quality dental care for Monkton area families.
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