Restorative Dentistry – Falls Church, VA

Does Your Smile Need Repair? We Can Help

Restorative dentistry can mean different things for different patients. Sometimes it simply involves having a filling placed in order to treat a small cavity. In other cases, it may call for a full mouth reconstruction designed to address multiple oral health issues. Regardless of what kind of dental damage you have, our team at DentaCrafters PLLC is here to help you find a restorative dentistry solution here in Falls Chuch; give us a call if you’re having trouble with decayed or injured teeth.

Why Choose DentaCrafters PLLC for Restorative Dentistry?

  • CEREC Technology for Same-Day Crowns
  • Personalized Full-Mouth Reconstructions
  • Knowledgeable Dental Team

Dental Crowns

Dentist placing a dental crown on a tooth in model of the jaw

A dental crown is a type of restoration that is shaped like a tooth. It is made to completely cover a real tooth to protect it. Dental crowns are a popular restorative treatment thanks to their versatility; they can be used in all kinds of situations, from providing support for a cracked tooth to restoring a tooth that just received a root canal treatment. We can even use crowns to hold a dental bridge in place to fill in any gaps in your grin left by missing teeth.

CEREC Same-Day Dental Crowns & Restorations

Dentist looking at digital impressions of teeth on computer monitor

Our state-of-the-art CEREC system can speed up the process of placing a dental crown. The first step is to scan your teeth to create a digital impression. Said impression will be used to design your crown, which will be created in our office with the help of a milling machine. Once the crown is complete, we can make any necessary adjustments and attach it to your tooth. Thanks to CEREC, it’s now possible to repair your smile with a crown in just one visit!

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Young woman in dental chair admiring her smile in mirror

Virtually everyone knows that a filling is often the restoration of choice when it comes to treating cavities. But do you have to compromise the appearance of your smile to have a filling placed? Thankfully, the answer is no; at our practice, we offer fillings made out of composite resin, a material that can mimic the appearance of your enamel. This way, your restoration will just look like a natural part of the tooth; most people likely won’t even realize that it’s there.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Dental team member showing a tablet to a patient

A single restorative dentistry treatment may not be enough when you have multiple dental issues to correct. To repair all of your decayed and damaged teeth and restore your oral health, we can put together a full mouth reconstruction plan. Said plan may involve a wide variety of treatments; the steps involved will depend on what your smile needs. Naturally, we’ll take the time to explain our recommendations to you so that you understand why we have deemed certain treatments as necessary.