Restorative Dentistry – Buckhead, Atlanta

Revitalize and Protect Your Teeth

Doctor Grisham laughing with senior woman seeking restorative dentistry in Buckhead Atlanta

At some point, you may find yourself with a damaged or decayed tooth. Ignoring the problem for too long could result in an even more serious threat to your smile; you might even lose the tooth altogether. Fortunately, here at Vason Family Dentistry, we have several customizable, dazzling restorative options to rebuild your teeth and keep them safe in the long term. If you have a tooth that requires repair, contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Vason or Dr. Grisham to discuss restorative dentistry in West Paces Ferry, Atlanta.

Why Choose Vason Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Variety of High-Quality Materials for Dental Crowns
  • Lifelike, Long-Lasting Dental Fillings
  • Highly Trained and Educated Dentists

Dental Crowns

Porcelain dental crown in a model of a row of teeth

A dental crown is effectively a custom cap that can be used to restore broken, severely decayed, or misshapen teeth. Patients might benefit from natural-looking options such as zirconia, porcelain fused to metal, and e.max crowns, or even gold when the situation necessitates it. While your crown will eventually need to be replaced, you can usually expect it to last anywhere between 5 and 20 years.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Animated tooth with a tooth colored filling

You’re likely familiar with the unattractive metal fillings that used to be the standard for treating cavities. Nowadays, we prefer using tooth-colored fillings made out of biocompatible composite resin. One of the advantages of using this material is that it can chemically fuse with the enamel, meaning less drilling is required to place the filling. Furthermore, once the resin has been shaded and molded, it can blend in seamlessly with your enamel.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of a person grinning with straight white teeth

Have all of your teeth been damaged in an accident or suffered from extensive tooth decay? Our dental team can thoroughly examine your mouth and figure out exactly what your dental needs are before creating a personalized plan to restore your smile. During the full mouth reconstruction process, we may combine dental crowns, fillings, or even ultra-conservative veneers with a variety of other restorative dentistry treatments (such as dental implants to replace missing teeth) to rebuild your smile so that it functions properly again.

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