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Restorative Dentistry

Black woman smiling in dental chair in Roane Family Dental in West Linn, ORThe best way to prevent dental complications is to address them before they start growing and end up impacting your dental and overall body health. Unfortunately, many people fail to care for their dental health as they don’t fulfill their daily dental duties of brushing and flossing, and also miss their half-yearly dental cleaning appointments. This is where restorative dentistry comes into play.

Whether you’ve neglected your daily dental routine or have missed your dental appointments, it’s not too late. Restorative dentistry services are tailored to improve the aesthetics and function of your smile to ensure that your oral health is in top-notch shape.

Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are a popular restorative dentistry procedure that can help save teeth suffering from tooth decay. Dental fillings are made of a material known as composite resin that can be color-matched to the existing color of your enamel, ensuring that it easily blends in with the rest of your teeth. It’s important to note that dental fillings can only help restore minor to moderate tooth decay problems.

Dental Crowns

In the simplest term, a dental crown is a cap that is shaped in the form of your tooth and is implanted in your mouth to improve the appearance and structure of a damaged tooth. This procedure comprises the reshaping of your tooth to allow the crown to easily fit in. Once your tooth is reshaped, the crown is stuck to the enamel via a special adhesive.


Traditional dental crowns aren’t a one-time procedure; they require multiple dental appointments in which you have to undergo multiple dental procedures. This is why a growing number of dentists have begun to offer same-day crowns, also known as CEREC. From preparing your tooth to setting in the crown – everything is done within a single appointment.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge consists mainly of two dental crowns that are attached together through a false tooth. This tooth replacement procedure aims to keep your teeth from moving out of their original position in case you have a missing tooth.

Dentures: Complete, Partial & Custom

A denture is typically used as a replacement for one or more missing teeth. There are different types of dentures that your dentist might recommend according to the condition of your teeth. A complete denture supports an arch of prosthetic teeth while a partial denture attaches to the surrounding teeth with metal clasps. However, most dentists recommend customized dentures as they are tailored according to functional requirements and comfort levels of a patient.

Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and onlays are the perfect restorative dentistry service that targets those areas of decay that are too large for a filling and too small for the placement of a crown. An inlay is placement within the occlusal (bite) surface of a tooth while an onlay extends beyond the occlusal cusps.

Root Canal

Root canal is a procedure that is considered to be the last effort to save your tooth from an extraction. A root canal will only be recommended if the infection has spread to the pulpy center of the tooth. The canal is filled with a rubber-like material after the removal of the infection, and is then topped off by a dental crown.

Tooth Extraction

A tooth extraction is performed when there is no possible hope left to save your tooth. There are two types of tooth extraction procedures – simple and surgical. While a simple tooth extraction is performed on a tooth that has erupted above the gum line, a surgical extraction is performed in case of tooth impaction.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Removal

Many people experience the growth of a set of third molars known as wisdom teeth. This often occurs in your late teen years or early twenties. Since they sprout up much later than the permanent teeth, they can end up causing oral health problems, especially when they are impacted. In such cases, it becomes more than necessary to perform wisdom tooth extractions.

If you are looking to get any of the above restorative dentistry procedures, or any others such as clear aligners, you can call us now at (503) 657-1215 to book your appointment. Here at Roane Family Dental, our highly skilled dentists can help restore the functionality and appearance of your smile.

I adore Dr. Roane and his staff.

"I have been a patient here for 10 years, since he started this practice. He has fixed my chipped front teeth twice, most recently this week. He is truly an artist and such a nice guy! My teeth look natural and healthy again. As always, the procedure was painless, quick, and professional. The office is clean, the front office is efficient, and everyone is friendly.

Dr. Roane even opened the clinic on New Year's Day a few years ago to treat my daughter's dry socket after she had her wisdom teeth pulled. I will always be grateful for that, and will remain a loyal patient here even though I moved to Tigard 2 years ago."
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Roane Family Dental, 2180 8th Ct, #100, West Linn, OR 97068-4310 / (503) 657-1215 / / 7/2/2024 / Related Terms: Dentist West Linn, OR