Restorative Dentistry in Conyers
Bring Back Strong Teeth
Whether you’re experiencing a small cavity, significant tooth loss, or a dental problem that falls somewhere in between, Dr. Hodges and Dr. Amin are here to assist you. At our practice, patients can look forward to a comfortable, home-like atmosphere that’s free of unfair judgment. Instead, our team will work with you to not only correct the issue but also help you avoid similar incidents in the future through conservative treatment goals and effective preventive care. Please contact us today here in Conyers, GA if you have any questions about our available restorative services, or if you’d like to schedule a first appointment.
In the world of tooth replacements, dental implants are truly second to none in terms of longevity, health benefits, and strength. Our team would be happy to guide you through the process of rebuilding your smile with this transformative option, creating durable, lifelike restorations that are virtually indistinguishable from what was lost.
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Are you experiencing a tooth that’s overly sensitive, injured, or suffering from a large cavity? Have you lost one or more teeth altogether? A custom-made restoration can work wonders in giving you back your best smile!
Dental crowns are used to protect and rebuild individual teeth that are not at their best, while dental bridges are a reliable choice for the replacement of consecutive lost teeth along a single arch. Both of these capable options have multiple material choices, including metal-free dental ceramic for a beautifully lifelike improvement.
Over 90% of the population experiences at least one cavity over the course of their lives. If your number has come up, our doctors are happy to offer tooth-colored fillings as an attractive and durable solution that can hide any evidence of damage. Unlike traditional amalgam, this type of filling is crafted from composite resin, which comes in several different shades that can be closely matched to your natural enamel. The flexible nature of the material can also create smaller fillings and preserve more of your natural tooth as well.
Dentures & Partials
If you’re missing a large amount (or even all) of your natural teeth, don’t assume that a strong and confident smile is forever out of your reach. Our team would be happy to help you regain a better quality of life with a personalized denture! Our available prosthetics come in several forms that can be matched to your unique situation, including removable full and partial appliances and an implant-retained version that offer more permanence.
Root Canal Treatments
When an infection or an injury exposes the vulnerable inner pulp of the tooth to dangerous bacteria, severe pain and sensitivity can follow quickly. Instead of extracting the affected tooth right away, Dr. Hodges may be able to restore its health with root canal therapy. During this procedure, our team will carefully access the inner tooth and thoroughly remove the infected portions while replacing it with a safe and biocompatible substance. A custom-made dental crown will be placed over the tooth as a final step in order to rebuild its natural strength and function. Root canal therapy is a highly successful procedure and one that helps countless patients maintain natural teeth every year!
Tooth extraction is never our team’s first choice for patients in need, but we may recommend it in certain situations where your oral health and well-being are threatened. Dr. Hodges and Dr. Amin will always prioritize your comfort and do everything in their power to make the process smooth and worry-free.
If you’re in need of a filling on a tooth that incurs a lot of chewing pressure on a daily basis, our doctors may recommend an amalgam filling for more successful and long-term results. Amalgam is a highly durable material that is resistant to wear and can be placed virtually anywhere in the mouth without concern. During your visit, we’ll be happy to help you determine whether amalgam or composite resin is a better fit for your personal smile needs and preferences.