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What Are The Benefits of Dental Restoration?


Having dental problems can negatively affect everything from your ability to speak, eat, and even socialize with others. 


For those experiencing tooth decay, damage, or loss, dental restoration procedures can be a game-changer in restoring the functionality and appearance of your teeth. 


Though many may think dental restoration procedures are purely aesthetic, many of these treatments actually provide a wide range of benefits beyond just improving one's physical appearance.


In this article, we´ll discuss the benefits of dental restoration and how these treatments can improve your oral health and overall quality of life. Whether you need a filling, crown, or dental implant, the benefits of dental restoration can truly make a difference in your day-to-day life.


Keep reading to learn more!


Benefits 

There are a wide variety of benefits that can be found with dental restoration, but here are our top 5 reasons to opt for a restoration treatment:


1 Improves Functionality

Damaged and missing teeth can cause functionality issues in the mouth, like trouble chewing and speaking clearly. 


Even the simplest of restorative procedures can help immensely and assist in maintaining healthy, functional teeth. Improved functionality of the teeth means improved overall quality of life.


2 Improves Appearance

Patients who have gone through any one of the many dental restoration procedures available report an increase in self-esteem. 


Fixing or replacing broken or chipped teeth offers an improvement in the appearance of the mouth and results in a natural, stunning smile. Confidence can be found in a smile!


3 Improves Oral Health

Tooth decay and damage can affect overall oral health and cause continuing problems if not treated. Untreated issues in the mouth may even affect other aspects of wellness.


Maintaining good oral health and avoiding foods/drinks that may damage teeth will ensure that existing teeth stay healthy with further harm to the body avoided.


4 Preservation of Bone

The goal of restorative dentistry is to protect the existing tooth structure as much as possible. 


While parts of the tooth may be damaged, the bone can still be preserved through treatments such as crowns or bridges. The existing, natural teeth are preserved, while still offering an aesthetic option.


5 Relief From Pain

Cracked, chipped, or decaying teeth can cause pain and discomfort both in the teeth and along the jaw. The overall goal of tooth restoration is to fix the problem at the source. 


Fixing existing tooth decay or repairing broken teeth with a restorative treatment offers relief from pain. 



Paula S. Gould DDS Restoration Procedures

Paula S. Gould offers the most common types of dental restoration procedures, including:

  • Crowns

  • Bridges

  • Implants

  • Cosmetic Bonding

  • Posterior Restorations


Dr. Gould is skilled in restoration treatments and is widely known for the work she does in transforming teeth.


If you’re seeking pain relief or an improvement in teeth appearance, there are options for you. 


Contact our Bergen County, NJ office today!


(201) 675-0340


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