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Restorative Dentistry

Woman with gorgeous smileAt Dentistry at Windermere, we believe beautiful teeth are the key to a powerful, confident smile. If you are troubled by chipped, cracked, decayed, or missing teeth, we have several options to transform your smile quickly and easily. Everyone longs for a stunning smile, and we can give you flawless, enviable teeth in only a couple of appointments using our customized restorative dentistry solutions.

We also place dental implants, offer crown and bridgework, and use only tooth-colored fillings to restore a damaged or incomplete smile. When you come in for restorative care, we expect you to leave our office with the beautiful, natural-looking smile you deserve. If your smile needs a little help, be sure to schedule an appointment today.

Dental Crowns & Bridges

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A dental crown can be used to repair a tooth that has been damaged due to decay or trauma, and it is a tooth-shaped restoration that simply fits over the top of and fully encapsulates a tooth. It will protect the tooth as well as ensure that it is restored both functionally and cosmetically.

A dental bridge, on the other hand, can be used to replace a single missing tooth or a few in a row. It works by placing two dental crowns on either side of the gap in someone’s smile, and these are then attached to a prosthetic tooth or teeth in order to completely fill in the gap.

These are two of the most trusted treatments in all of dentistry, and you can get them in as little as two visits. They both provide strong, natural-looking results, and with the proper care, they can easily last for up to 10 years or more.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Metal free Composite (tooth colored) fillings allow us to match the color of your natural teeth. Tooth colored fillings allow Dr. Brian, Dr. Katherine and Dr. Hwang to restore your teeth to a healthy condition using the preferred alternative to traditional silver - amalgam fillings.

These days, dental fillings are tooth-colored, made of a composite resin that bonds beautifully with healthy tooth structure. The composite resin is an amazing combination of acrylic and porcelain, colored to match the tooth enamel perfectly. Biocompatible and mercury-free, these tooth-colored fillings take care of new decay or can replace old fillings already in the mouth. Either way, this restorative procedure is also a great cosmetic treatment.

Dentures & Partial Dentures

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Dentists Dr.Brian, Dr. Katherine and Dr. Hwang offer their Dentistry at Windermere patients natural-looking Cumming, GA dentures. Depending on individual need and preference, full and partial dentures may be crafted in the traditional way or supported on state of the art dental implants.

Individuals who are missing one or more, or even all, their teeth, have access to modern dentures through Dentistry at Windermere. Expert in tooth replacement, dentists Brian Lee, Katherine Lee and Joonkyu Hwang use innovative diagnostic and imaging techniques to create and deliver partial dentures and also full replacement with conventional, immediate and overdentures supported on modern dental implants.

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Root Canals

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Despite its dubious reputation, a root canal is actually one of the best tools we have to relieve severe dental pain and save teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted. When a cavity or injury has damaged the innermost part of a tooth, called the dental pulp, a root canal is used to remove this tissue and eliminate the associated dental pain. Thanks to modern dental techniques like local anesthesia and sedation, this procedure is now no more painful than getting a small filling.

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Tooth Extractions

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Our number one goal is to help you preserve your natural teeth for as long as possible, but sometimes, the best course of treatment may involve removing one. This may be the case if:

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