Restorative Dentistry – Jefferson, OH

Rebuilding & Repairing
Damaged Smiles

Missing teeth and dental damage are life-affecting oral problems that most people face at some point in their lives. Whether it’s due to trauma, an accident, or poor oral hygiene, our team isn’t here to judge you—we’re here to help make your grin functional and complete again. We offer several different customized restorative treatments that look natural and can last for years with the proper maintenance. To learn more, you can schedule a consultation with our team at Dental Group of Jefferson today!

Why Choose Painesville Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Experienced Team of Two Dentists
  • Convenient One-Visit Porcelain Dental Crowns
  • Experienced & Compassionate Dental Team

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Dental crowns can either function by themselves to protect and repair damaged teeth, or they can be combined with free-standing replacement teeth to form a dental bridge. Crowns are custom-crafted to fit over the biting surface of a tooth that has been treated or broken to help it function as it normally would. Bridges can restore one or more consecutive missing teeth to complete your smile again. Depending on your needs, we’ll recommend the best one for you.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

In the past, dentists would use amalgam, which is a combination of metals, to fill cavities to keep them from spreading. Not only did this solution highlight damaged teeth, but it also wasn’t gentle on the gums or teeth and caused them to discolor and become sensitive. Today, our team utilizes a custom-shaded, biocompatible material called composite resin to fill cavities. It flawlessly blends in with surrounding teeth and chemically fuses with the enamel for lasting protection.

Dentures

If you are missing all of your teeth, one arch, or several teeth along an arch, dentures can help restore the function and appearance of your smile. They are crafted from a natural-looking, gum-colored acrylic base that houses replacement teeth, and depending on the type of denture you receive, it will either sit between your existing teeth like a puzzle piece or utilize natural suction to stay in place over your gums. We also offer implant dentures for patients looking for a more permanent and stable solution.