It’s Time to Smile With Confidence Again
If you have damaged or missing teeth, you may feel hesitant to smile. This can damage your self-confidence, leading to feelings of isolation. You may even start to avoid people in social situations. At Corner Stone Dental, our Swansea dentists feature restorative services that eliminate these issues by making your smile whole again.
Our Restorative Dentistry Services
Dental implants are a wonderful way to fix your smile — they look and function just like your natural teeth. We can use implants to replace one or more missing teeth or even a whole arch. With our firm-fitting dental implants, you’ll never have to worry about your teeth coming out when you’re talking or eating.
A cavity is an empty space in your tooth caused by decay. If you have a cavity, we’ll remove the decayed portion of the tooth and restore it to full function using a tooth-colored composite filling. We also feature metallic-colored amalgam fillings if you prefer.
Dentures & Partials
Another solution for tooth loss is full or partial dentures. They can be used to replace any number of missing teeth. Our natural-looking dentures are an affordable restoration that only takes a few weeks to place. They allow you to eat, speak, and smile without concern.
Dental bridges are a great option for replacing a single missing tooth or more than one adjacent tooth. A bridge is designed to blend in perfectly with your smile. We offer bridges that are held in place using dental crowns or implant-secured bridges, depending on your particular needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long dental restorations last depends on the type of restoration and how well you take care of it. Dental crowns and bridges can last for around 15 years, while dental implants are meant to last for a lifetime. Brushing twice a day, flossing, and regular dental visits help keep your natural teeth and restorations in good condition so they’ll last longer.
Dental fillings generally keep your teeth stronger by repairing a vulnerable part of your tooth. But if you have large fillings, they can weaken your tooth overall. Your dentist may recommend another solution, such as an inlay or onlay, dental crown, or root canal therapy to better protect your tooth.