Restorative Dentistry alpharetta

Restorative Treatments

Main Street Dentistry

Nestled in the welcoming community of Alpharetta, Georgia, where southern hospitality meets modern sophistication, restorative dentistry plays a pivotal role in preserving and enhancing the smiles of its residents. From addressing common dental issues like cavities and tooth decay to more complex procedures such as dental implants and crowns, Main Street Dentistry is dedicated to revitalizing oral health and restoring the natural beauty of each individual’s smile.


What is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that involves procedures designed to restore the function and aesthetics of damaged, broken, or missing teeth. It employs various techniques and materials, such as dental implants, crowns, bridges, and dentures, to replace, cover, or rebuild teeth structures. Some procedures may also have cosmetic benefits, enhancing your smile and boosting your confidence.


Procedures We Offer

  1. Dental Fillings: Dental fillings repair teeth affected by cavities or minor decay. Dr. Imad Sabbagh or Dr. Humam Salahieh will remove the decayed portion of the tooth and fill the cavity with materials such as amalgam or composite resin.
  2. Dental Sealants: Dental sealants are thin, protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of molars and premolars to prevent decay. They are often recommended for children to protect their teeth during their cavity-prone years.
  3. Dentures: Dentures are removable appliances used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They can be full (replacing all teeth) or partial (replacing only a few teeth).
  4. Dental Bridges: Dental bridges are fixed prosthetic devices used to replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of artificial teeth anchored to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.
  5. Dental Crowns: Dental crowns, or caps, are custom-made covers for damaged or weakened teeth. They restore the tooth’s shape, size, and strength while improving its appearance.
  6. Tooth Extractions: Tooth extractions involve the removal of a tooth from its socket. Extractions may be necessary for severely damaged or impacted teeth and for orthodontic or space-related reasons.
  7. Gum Disease Laser Therapy: Laser therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that treats gum disease. It involves using laser light to remove or reshape infected gum tissue and promote healing.
  8. Root Canal: Root canal therapy is a procedure to treat an infected or damaged tooth by removing the pulp (nerve) and sealing the canals. It saves a tooth and prevents the spread of infection.
  9. Inlays & Onlays: Inlays and onlays are custom-made restorations that repair moderately damaged teeth. Inlays fit within the cusps, while onlays extend over one or more cusps.
  10. Dental Implants: This restorative dental procedure involves the surgical placement of titanium implants into the jawbone, where they fuse with the bone over time through a process called osseointegration. 


The Benefits of Restorative Dentistry 

Restorative dentistry offers numerous benefits, including:

Restores Chewing and Speaking Function

Missing or damaged teeth may affect your ability to chew or speak properly, making it challenging and uncomfortable to eat or communicate. Restorative dentistry procedures such as dental implants, bridges, and dentures can help you regain your chewing and speaking function, improving your quality of life.

Prevents Further Dental Issues

Delaying or ignoring dental problems can lead to more severe issues in the future. Restorative dentistry addresses dental damage promptly, preventing further decay, infection, or loss of teeth.

Enhances Your Smile 

Restorative dentistry procedures are functional and may enhance your smile significantly. New ceramic materials that look and feel like natural teeth, dental implants, and crowns can restore your confidence and self-esteem, improving your quality of life.

Long-lasting Results 

Restorative dentistry offers long-lasting results compared to temporary alternatives. Most restorative procedures can last for many years, and good oral hygiene can last a lifetime. 

Improved Oral Health 

Restorative dentistry procedures that focus on preserving your natural teeth rather than using extraction promote oral health. Root canal therapy, for instance, can save a damaged tooth and maintain its health, preventing the spread of infection.


Restorative Dentistry in Alpharetta, GA

Dr. Imad Sabbagh and Dr. Humam Salahieh in Alpharetta understand the importance of preserving oral health and enhancing the aesthetics of every smile. Whether through innovative technologies, such as dental implants, or time-tested restorative treatments like dental crowns and bridges, Alpharetta residents can access diverse options for reclaiming and maintaining their dental well-being. By blending artistry with science, restorative dentistry in Alpharetta ensures that each patient leaves with a renewed sense of confidence and the enduring appeal of a healthy, revitalized smile.

Please schedule a consultation with us today and see what restorative dental care can do for you.