Restorative Dentistry in Mundaring
With the help of an experienced team, you can get your teeth restored at Mundaring Dental & Implant Center. We provide a wide range of restorative dentistry treatments to suit all budgets and schedules; get in touch with us to book an appointment.
Achieve a healthy, beautiful Smile with Restorative Dentistry
Perhaps you’ve lost your natural teeth as a result of cavities, gum disease, or trauma.
At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer restorative dentistry services that restore your beautiful smile and improve your oral health. Our dentists are experienced in managing various dental problems and can provide you with the best possible care. Our compassionate team goes to great lengths to provide exceptional service and long-term results. Every patient gets a pleasing result with our care plans that will satisfy them when they step out of our comfortable office. Achieve a stunning new smile by calling us at 08 6495 2000 today.
Our Services under Restorative Dentistry
If you’re experiencing pain from a damaged tooth, a dental crown may be the perfect option for you. A dental crown completely covers a tooth and gives it its strength back; this means you can continue to do the things you love without worrying about further damage to your tooth.
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Convenient Quality Dental Care
With over 50 years of combined experience, our team of professionals continues to provide high-quality dental services, from general dentistry and dental implant services to restorative and cosmetic dentistry.
A Compassionate Team Utilizing Modern Technology:
Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers the latest dental implant technology and techniques to provide you with the best possible results. Our state-of-the-art equipment makes your dental implant experience as easy and stress-free as possible.
Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre is proud to offer flexible payment plan options to make sure that everyone receives the dental care they need.
Same-day Dentistry and Fast Turn Around Time
Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers same-day service for various dental treatments, including dental crowns. You can get high-quality dental care and more natural-looking crowns in just one visit!
With restorative dental care, you can regain your smile with our advanced treatment options. We provide the ideal options for:
- Missing teeth
- Weak teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Discoloured teeth
- Damaged fillings
- Diseased and decayed teeth
It is rare, but you may experience sensitivity or general discomfort after dental restoration. Sensitivity usually goes away on its own without any treatment. However, in some cases, an infection can develop if the patient does not receive treatment promptly, which leads to pain and potentially irreversible damage.
The dental restoration process has very few risks, but there is always the chance that crowns could fall off. You may also get deep cavities filled in or root canal treatments are done on top of it — all things which require immediate attention from your dentist.
It’s common to be nervous when it comes to your initial appointment; however, if you know what to expect in advance, you can confidently navigate through the consultation. Our dentist will spend a lot of time getting to know you and understanding your unique dental needs.
The first appointment usually lasts one or two hours, so he must take his time during this initial encounter to provide the best care possible when working with patients who are new to replacing teeth!
Consultation and evaluation
This is the most crucial stage in your denture procedure. If you are thinking about getting a denture, you will be asked why you want one. Is it for cosmetics and smile enhancement, improving speech, regaining normal chewing abilities, or replacing an old denture? Describe in detail how you expect your dentures to work and communicate your expectations as fully as possible. Our dentist will address all your concerns by giving you a realistic perspective on how you’ll feel after receiving a set of artificial teeth.
An oral tissue examination will be performed to evaluate whether your tissues are ready for a denture. Additional dental procedures may be required to repair infections, bone protrusions, broken teeth fragments, sagging gum tissue, or other abnormalities (which will be done in subsequent appointments if needed).
Typically, a few x-rays of the jaw are done to identify and check out any underlying anomalies beneath the gums. Our dentist will create a detailed denture treatment plan based on this information. Before beginning therapy, we will discuss the treatment timeline, charges, and payment options.
Once you give the “go ahead” signal, our dentist will begin the treatment procedure. Taking an impression of your mouth is the starting point in creating dentures. An impression tray is used with bio-friendly impression material. The tray will be carefully put on the jaw with the missing teeth and tightly pressed to capture as many details as possible. Using this procedure, the vertical and horizontal connections of the upper jaw to the lower jaw can be recorded—an essential aspect in achieving the optimal denture fit. Our dentist may insert the trays several times to obtain as many details as necessary. You will be able to make a stone model of your gums using these trays in preparation for additional fabrications.
To complete the production of a denture, you will need to schedule 5-6 appointments. Your next appointment will be scheduled at a convenient time for you by our office.
If you have a badly damaged tooth and need a repair, your dentist will most likely recommend getting a crown or a bridge. Crowns and bridges serve different purposes, so it’s essential to understand the difference between the two before deciding.
A dental crown is a cap that covers the entire tooth from the gum line. A dental bridge is a series of dental crowns connected and used to replace a missing tooth or teeth.
Furthermore, dental crowns are often used to repair teeth that have damaged, chipped teeth, or cracked teeth. They are also used to cover dental implants and protect them from damage. Dental bridges are often used to replace missing teeth.
Tooth restoration costs vary based upon the type of work you’re getting done, your location, and any health fund policy you may have.
The cost of dental restoration procedures can vary depending on what you want to be done. Check with your health fund provider to see how much they will cover for the procedure before deciding, as some may only pay for one type but not others!
However, here’s the average cost for most restorative procedures:
According to the 2020 national dental fee survey, a crown can cost around $1,800 to $2,500 per tooth. While bridges can cost roughly $4,000-$6,000,
Book an appointment with our dental team today to get more accurate information on the cost of your treatment.
One of the great achievements of modern dentistry is the capability to replace the roots of missing teeth with dental implants. Dentures supported by implants are much more stable.
On the other hand, dental bridges require healthy adjacent teeth to the missing tooth or teeth to be shortened and filed down to support the bridge. This can compromise the health of those healthy teeth.
Let’s take a look at some of the incredible advantages of implant-supported dentures:
- Superior aesthetics from a very natural appearance.
- Maximum stability for a secure fit.
- More comfortable.
- No impairment to the ability to taste food and drinks.
- Superior speech.
- Better nutrition as a result of being able to chew food more efficiently.
- Superior biting forces.
- Longer lifespan due to sustained bone integrity.