Restorative dentistry refers to restoring the normal function of the teeth and aesthetically improve its existing appearance.
It covers the repair of common oral health concerns like broken tooth, caries and decayed tooth, cracked and post root canal treated tooth.
These techniques include the rehabilitation of the teeth and supporting structures. The dentist ensures the function of the teeth to be stronger and effective.
Dentures are a common restorative device used to replace missing teeth. It is a removable prosthetic device that contains artificial teeth supported in a framework.
A crown is a type of restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Crown are often needed when a large cavity threatens the ongoing health of a tooth.
Inlay is an indirect restoration (filling) consisting of a solid substance fitted to a cavity in a tooth and cemented into place. It can be fabricated from gold, porcelain or other ceramic material.
Similar to inlays, it is an indirect restoration which incorporates a cusp or cusps by covering the missing cups of the tooth. It is designed to restore the chewing surface and some of the surface along sides of the teeth that are located in the back of the mouth.