Restorative Dentistry in Brooklyn

Working on patient's mouthRestorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry focused on replacing damaged or missing teeth. It primarily deals with repairing cavities, caring for other oral conditions, and repairs due to trauma or injuries. We aim to restore tooth function and appearance, giving patients a healthy, lasting smile.

Many patients may require multifaceted care from more than one specialist, including endodontics, prosthodontics, and periodontics. Finding a specialist with expertise and experience is essential for the best results.

Providing Solutions for All Ages

We treat patients at various stages of life, including teens, adults, and seniors. Our goal is to save teeth and restore the natural look, shape, and feel of natural teeth by

  • Repairing damaged teeth with dental fillings or bonding treatment
  • Restoring missing parts of tooth structure with indirect or direct restorations, such as inlays, onlays, crowns, or fillings
  • Replacing missing teeth entirely with artificial restorations, such as implants, bridges, or dentures

After the consultation and examination, our dentist will discuss the choices with you before choosing the appropriate care. All options are biocompatible and have no side effects.

Choosing the Appropriate Care for You

Restorative care is categorized as direct or indirect options. Natural procedures involve on-site materials and techniques, like fillings, while indirect treatments, like crowns, require collaboration between dentists and technicians. Options include

  • Fillings
  • Inlays & Onlays
  • Crowns
  • Implants
  • Bridges
  • Full & Partial Dentures
  • Root Canals

Natural restoration is the preferred option when damaged teeth are structurally intact. Different options, like fillings or composite veneers, are used based on aesthetics, defect size, and functional load.

Common materials used include

  • Metals
  • Amalgam Alloys
  • Polymers
  • Ceramics
  • Composites
  • Glass Ionomers
  • Denture Base Resins
  • Noble and Base Metals

Patients may choose materials, but proper integration and maintaining oral hygiene are essential for long-term success. Glass ionomers are recommended for cavities near the gum edge or tooth root.

Ready to Get Your Smile Back?

Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss how our restorative services could help you improve your smile and oral health. Call us today!


Restorative Dentistry Greenpoint, Brooklyn NY | (718) 389-4266