Preserving your smile often means repairing existing damage to improve the appearance and function of your teeth. At Hudgens Dental in Charleston, South Carolina, board-certified cosmetic dentist Roy Hudgens, DMD, provides comprehensive restorative care for missing, damaged, and eroded teeth. Dr. Hudgens offers effective repair treatments, such as crowns and bridges. Call the office or schedule an appointment online to learn more about restorative dentistry.
What is restorative dentistry?
Restorative dentistry repairs damaged or decayed teeth. These treatments help improve your tooth function and appearance, allowing you to chew, speak, and smile comfortably.
With more than 25 years of experience, Dr. Hudgens can repair and restore your smile to its natural health and beauty with restorative treatments.
Restorative dentistry can address a wide range of dental concerns, including:
Dr. Hudgens can treat multiple concerns with restorative treatments if you need them. He creates an individualized treatment plan to target your specific needs and goals.
At Hudgens Dental, restorative dentistry addresses your dental concerns promptly, so you can return to living your life with a full set of beautiful, functional teeth.
Dr. Hudgens performs a wide range of restorative treatments, such as:
Dental bridges replace missing teeth to restore your tooth function and appearance. These restorations utilize the support of your surrounding teeth to hold a set of prosthetic teeth in the gaps where your teeth are missing. Whether you’re missing one tooth or several, dental bridges offer an efficient and cost-effective tooth replacement method.
Dental crowns are custom-made caps shaped like teeth. They cover the visible part of damaged or decayed teeth to restore their shape, size, and color.
Dental implants are thin titanium posts that Dr. Hudgens surgically places into your jawbone and affixes with artificial teeth. As a top solution for tooth loss, dental implants are long lasting, make it easier for you to chew and talk, and improve your oral health.
Dentures are custom-made prosthetic teeth. Dr. Hudgens offers full or partial dentures, which replace all or some of your teeth.
Fillings restore the decayed portion of a tooth that has a cavity. After removing the decayed part of the tooth, Dr. Hudgens restores and protects it with filling materials.
If you have late-stage gum disease, Dr. Hudgens can manage your condition through scaling and root planing, gum grafting, and laser treatments.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder causes stress on the joints that connect your jaw to your skull. Dr. Hudgens can create custom-made mouthguards to protect your teeth and shift your jaw into a more comfortable position.
Call Hudgens Dental or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about restorative dentistry.