If you have damaged or missing teeth, Dr. Laos and Dr. Yoshikane here at Volterra Dental can help. Call our Los Alamitos, CA dental office to repair and perfect your smile with restorative dentistry!
With decades of experience between them, Dr. Laos and Dr. Yoshikane can provide you with exceptional restorative dentistry options, including:
- Tooth-colored fillings
- Root canal therapy
- Dental crowns and Dental Bridges
- Dental implants
- Dental veneers
How Can I Replace Missing Teeth?
At Volterra Dental, we offer three restorative dentistry treatment that can replace your missing teeth.
- Dental bridges are held in place by a pair of dental crowns, one on each tooth next to the empty space. They are a noninvasive way to get a natural-looking, durable tooth replacement.
- Dental implants connect replacement teeth to titanium roots placed in your jawbone. Implants require oral surgery, but they’re more permanent and durable than dental bridges.
- Our dentures come in many varieties, including full dentures, partials, and implant-secured dentures for a stable hold.
Are Metal Fillings Still Used To Repair Cavities?
Our Los Alamitos, CA dentists use metal-free, tooth-colored composite fillings to fill the space left by cavities and protect the teeth from further damage. For larger cavities, we can also use an inlay or onlay.
What If My Cavity Is Too Large For A Filling?
For severe damage, our dentists can use a dental crown. A crown completely caps the tooth, sealing up damage and protecting the tooth. But because our metal-free dental crowns look natural, no one will know you’ve had one placed.
Are Root Canals Painful?
Root canal therapy removes infected pulp from inside the tooth and prevents the need for a tooth extraction. Because we use local anesthetic and even sedation dentistry if needed, getting a root canal procedure at our office is pain-free.
Can Restorative Dentistry Fix More Than Chips And Cracks?
Restoring minor damage to your teeth can be done quickly and painlessly with dental veneers. These ultra-thin shells of porcelain are bonded to the front of your teeth, sealing up any minor damage and covering imperfections.