Restorative Dentistry

A healthy smile is the basis of cosmetic beauty as well as health and wellness. We are happy to help our patients address dental concerns of all types with compassionate care and the most up-to-date techniques.

Restorative Dentistry Before and After

Inlays and Onlays

Basic tooth restoration has long been handled with dental amalgam, a type of filling material that contains various metals. At Nashua Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry, P.L.L.C., we believe in remaining at the forefront of dentistry. Patients who require minor tooth repair can benefit a great deal from the placement of custom inlays or onlays. These indirect fillings are made of tooth colored material that looks completely natural. Porcelain restorations are gentler to tooth structure, having virtually no risk of further damage, such as is associated with amalgam fillings.

Tooth Replacement

Tooth loss affects the appearance of the smile as well as the level of functionality achieved in chewing. Depending on the extent of tooth loss, it is possible to experience far-reaching effects like digestive upset or the breakdown of healthy bone tissue in the jaw. We provide tooth replacement based on individual need. This may involve the design and fabrication of a full or partial denture, bridgework, or the dental implant procedure. Extensively skilled, our team achieves results that look natural and last many years.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

The numerous developments that have occurred in dentistry in recent decades have made it possible for dentists to address even complex dental problems. Full mouth reconstruction may include both restorative treatments, such as dental crowns or implants, as well as cosmetic services such as teeth whitening. Care is tailored specifically to your needs.

TMJ Disorder and Splint Therapy

TMJ disorder may occur for a number of reasons. With a custom-fit splint, your dentist can ease the stress on over-worked joints to minimize the frequency and strength of symptoms such as stiffness, discomfort, and popping in the jaw.

Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Snoring may seem an inevitable event, with most of us snoring from time to time. Chronic snoring can be a bigger problem than is initially thought. Many people do much more than snore, they actually stop breathing while they sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea may occur as the airway becomes blocked by relaxed tissues. The effects of this condition go far beyond losing a good night’s sleep, increasing a person’s risk for several serious health conditions. With specific oral appliance therapy in our New Hampshire office, better sleep is a possibility.

Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapies

The earlier gum disease is treated, the better oral health can be controlled. Our experienced team offers an array of preventative and restorative care aimed at avoiding or correcting this condition.

Our goal is to help you enjoy your healthiest smile for life. At the same time, we understand that various dental conditions may warrant the need for restorative care. For this reason, we have education and training in the latest dental technologies for prompt resolution of your oral health concerns.