Get Back Your Smile with Restorative Dentistry. Make an Appointment Today!740-214-1301
Skipping your favorite foods takes all the pleasure out of eating. That’s often exactly what happens, though, when damaged or missing teeth make it tough for you to chew. Fortunately, you can get your strong bite back, and dishes you love back on your table, with restorative dentistry services from Zanesville, OH dentist Dr. Charles Hawkins.
Dental restorations like dental crowns, dental bridges, and dentures – either on their own or in combination with dental implants – will return your normal oral function. And if you keep your routine appointments, we will guarantee that dental work for 5 years!
If you’re tired of missing out on favorite foods, call Hawkins Complete Dental Service at 740-214-1301.
Solve Your Dental Problems With Restorative Dentistry Treatment
No matter what kind of dental damage you have, there’s a procedure to fix it. Here are some of the most common problems Dr. Hawkins can solve with restorative dentistry:
- Cavities. If you’ve got a cavity, Dr. Hawkins will remove the dental decay and use a tooth-colored filling to repair your tooth and protect it from further damage.
- Broken or cracked tooth. A dental crown, which covers your whole tooth, fixes a broken or cracked tooth, or decay that’s too extensive for a filling. Using our CEREC technology, Dr. Hawkins can make a crown for you in our office instead of sending the work to an outside lab. With CEREC, you’ll get your crown in a single day instead of waiting days or even weeks.
- Missing tooth. If you’ve got a missing tooth or teeth, you can choose from a dental bridge or dentures, either on their own or in combination with dental implants. Dr. Hawkins can also replace a single missing tooth with an implant loaded with a dental crown.
To find out which restorative dentistry procedures might be right for you, call Hawkins Complete Dental Service at 740-214-1301. Our Zanesville, OH dentist office is at 2560 Maysville Pike, near Eaglesticks Golf Club and the Muskingum County South Branch Library.