Get More Out of Life With Help From a Longmont, CO Restorative Dentist

Like many of our patients, you may suffer from teeth that are damaged or completely missing. If so, you understand that life can be challenging when you don’t have a full mouth of functional teeth. However, Dr. Kory Wallin, a restorative dentist in Longmont, CO, offers you hope. He and our experienced dental team will use their skills to repair your teeth and:

  • Create a gorgeous smile you can take pride in
  • Open up a new world of delicious foods you’ve had to avoid
  • Give you a healthier-looking appearance
  • Improve your oral health and total body health
  • Renew your confidence in social and dating interactions
  • Aid your digestion through more complete chewing

We are committed to non-toxic dentistry and will discuss all your options so you can make well-informed decisions about your smile care. Call us at 720-504-2539 today to schedule your appointment. For your convenience, we’re open as early as 7 a.m. and as late as 7 p.m. We offer $59 consultations** for dental implants and $59 second opinions** for a general assessment of your oral health needs.

Restorative Treatments Fix Your Smile Issues

A lot can go wrong with your teeth. We are well equipped to fix your problems with extensive training in a wide array of dental restorations. Here are a few of the services you can take advantage of at Silver Leaf Dentistry:

  • Dental Implants – Replace your missing teeth so you can eat easily and smile confidently again.
  • Porcelain Dental Crowns – Protect and strengthen your damaged teeth with these restorations, also called caps.
  • Dental Bridges – Fill the gaps in your smile and regain your chewing power.
  • Root Canal Therapy – This procedure removes infection and maintains your oral health.
  • Partial Dental Crowns – Also called inlays and onlays, these restorations protect damaged teeth without completely capping them.
  • Dental Veneers – We can conceal chips, stains, cracks, and other issues with veneers.
  • Dentures – Get back a few teeth or a whole new set of pearly whites.

Regardless of the particular procedure you and Dr. Wallin settle on, your teeth will look, feel, and function great!

Leading-Edge Technology Makes Great Dental Care Even Better

Dr. Wallin is always on the lookout for ways to make our patients’ experiences more pleasant. To improve your quality of care, he has invested in advanced dental technology, including:

  • ISOLITE mouthpiece systems that give us a better view inside your mouth and allow us to work more efficiently, saving you time
  • Digital X-rays that produce sharper images with a fraction of the radiation of conventional X-rays
  • Rotary endodontics that improve your comfort during root canal therapy
  • A cone beam CT scanner that provides detailed 3-D images and helps us plan each step of your restoration procedure

If you’re ready to relieve discomfort, smile proudly, and get your full oral function back, call Silver Leaf Dentistry today at 720-504-2539 to schedule a $59 consultation with your restorative dentist in Longmont, CO. You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry include?

Any time you have a tooth that suffers damage from decay, infection, injury, or another type of trauma, restorative dentistry can repair it so you can save the tooth from further damage or extraction. Restorative treatment includes any service designed to relieve pain and help you regain oral function. This includes tooth fillings, root canals, crowns and bridges, dentures and dental implants.

What does restorative dentistry cost?

There is no way to give you an accurate estimate of your restorative treatment without first performing an exam and taking a set of X-rays. The cost can vary widely, from treatment as routine as a tooth filling to restoring a full mouth of teeth. Rest assured, we’ll let you know what your treatment costs before doing any work.

Why get restorative dentistry?

You know missing and damaged teeth affect how your smile looks. They can also hurt your dental health – and even your overall health – by making you more prone to problems like decay and infection. Repairing teeth also helps you avoid problems with your bite and allows you to eat whatever you’d like.

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