At Mor Smiles, we believe it's never too late. That is why we offer restorative surgery to undo the damage. If you have missing or decayed teeth, our committed dentists are here to give you the best dental restorations available and make your visits to the dentist as enjoyable as possible.
Dental fillings are the best way to treat mild to moderate tooth decay. Nowadays, the composite resin is the substance used in the majority of fillings. Whether you or someone in your family needs a filling, visit us at our clinic in Lititz, Pennsylvania.
Inlays & Onlays
When a cavity is too big for a filling but not big enough for a dental crown, our dentists at Mor Smiles suggest inlays and onlays for patients. If the restoration is affixed to a tooth's occlusal (bite) surface, it is referred to as an inlay. If the restoration extends past one or more occlusal cusps, it is called an onlay. Regardless, our treatment of inlays and onlays will be the right solution for your smile.
Our dentist may advise a tooth extraction if your tooth has undergone significant damage to assist you in starting the process of rebuilding your smile. Another reason may be to remove your wisdom teeth. Whatever your concerns are, the committed dental team at Mor Smiles is here to address any issue you may have.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that strengthens a tooth's structure and appearance after it has been broken or decayed. Your tooth must undergo a complete reshaping during the process to accommodate the contour of the crown. After the tooth has been reshaped, a specialized glue will be used to attach the crown to the enamel securely. If you have decayed, damaged or cracked teeth, say goodbye to them forever by getting our customized dental crowns.
We want to restore your ideal smile in a pain-free, least intrusive manner, and in many cases, our dental bridges are the ideal remedy. A dental bridge replaces a missing tooth by connecting two dental crowns with a pontic or artificial tooth. Our all-ceramic choices provide the natural, attractive appearance you seek, and these restorations are made to be as strong and practical as your natural teeth.
Dentures: Complete & Partial
One or more lost teeth can typically be replaced with a denture, which is a removable prosthetic. With the help of metal clasps, a partial denture is often secured to the neighboring teeth. A flesh-colored acrylic base, the foundation of a whole arch of artificial teeth, makes up a complete denture. We offer custom-fit dentures to provide a more comfortable, useful, and long-lasting solution.
Root canal therapy is the best course of treatment if the pulp in your tooth becomes inflamed or infected. If your tooth is fractured or you have a cavity that develops and spreads to the pulp, the pulp may get infected. To treat this, our dentist at Mor Smiles will anesthetize the tooth, remove the rotted pulp from the canal, and then replace it with a filling to maintain its shape.