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Take A Bite With Restorative Dental Care

Eating should be something you enjoy.

When you visit a new restaurant, you should be looking at the menu to find something delicious to try. You shouldn’t be wondering what you can eat because of a broken or decayed tooth or because of missing teeth.

With our restorative dental care, your bite can be as strong as ever … and your smile can look great, too. All you need to do is come to our office in Florence, SC.

Restorative treatments are a big part of what we do at Advanced Dental Center. Call us at 843-627-4076 to schedule a consultation. Together, we can get your smile and your bite back on track.

Enjoy Eating Again

So many patients have come to us because they were tired of eating soft, mushy foods. Losing their teeth or just losing the ability to bite and chew comfortably was having a big effect on what they could put on their plates.

Whatever your needs, we are confident that we can help you rebuild your smile and restore your ability to eat the foods that you want to eat. It’s just a matter of finding the right solution for your particular problem.

If you have a damaged tooth, a dental crown is often the simplest and best solution. Whether your tooth is broken, cracked, or decayed, a crown is an excellent option for bringing back your natural smile and your bite. And since we have invested in CEREC technology, we can make and place your crown in a single visit to our office.

If you have an infected tooth, a root canal may be necessary to end your pain and repair your smile. By removing the infected tissue from your tooth, we can prevent future problems. Then, we can cap your tooth with a crown so you can eat comfortably again.

If you are missing a tooth, the best option is an implant-supported dental crown. Implants replace the roots of your lost tooth. This also makes your crown stable, secure, and strong.

If you are missing multiple teeth, we recommend an implant-supported bridge. Dental bridges are built by combining multiple crowns together to fill gaps in your smile.

If you are missing a complete row of teeth, be sure to ask about implant-supported dentures. Research has shown that people with implants can bite and chew with practically the same pressure as people with healthy teeth. And since we offer a variety of implant options — including mini dental implants — we can find a long-term solution that meets your needs.

Stay Pain-Free During Your Procedure

As valuable as restorative dental care can be, we know it’s also a source of anxiety for many people. Several patients have mentioned concerns about treatments being painful.

That’s understandable, but it’s also something you don’t have to worry about when you visit our Florence dental office. With our multiple sedation options, you can rest assured that you won’t feel any pain during your procedure. In addition to oral sedation, we are among the few dental practices that offer IV sedation at our office. This is fast-acting, adjustable, and wears off faster than oral sedation as well.

Delight In Dining Out

Dining out isn’t just about the food. It’s also about being able to enjoy the company you keep. When you are confident that you can eat whatever is on your plate, you can focus more on good conversations with good people.

Let Advanced Dental Center help you rebuild your bite. Call 843-627-4076 or contact us online. Together, we can help you keep your smile for life.

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