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Restorative Dentistry – Granby, CT

We Rebuild Damaged Teeth

Older man and woman smiling after restorative dentistry

Sometimes, despite everyone’s best efforts, you can suffer from an injured or decayed tooth, and you’re not alone. Most people experience this at some point in life. But, thanks to Dr. Endres and Dr. Chawla, a damaged tooth doesn’t have to ruin your smile. Through modern restorative dentistry in Granby, CT, they can bring back the tooth’s form, strength, and beauty. So if you have a tooth that needs some repair, contact us for an appointment.

Why Choose Salmon Brook Dental Associates for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Same-Day Crowns Offered
  • Dental Emergencies Welcome
  • Late and Saturday Appointments Available

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Closeup of smile after tooth-colored filling placement

In the past, even a minor cavity meant having a silvery amalgam blob placed on the tooth, showing everyone where the patient once had decay. Luckily, our team at Salmon Brook Dental uses more modern materials. Our tooth-colored fillings are completely metal-free and use composite resin, which combines dental plastic and fine ceramic particles. This material can be shaded to match tooth enamel, allowing the filling to blend in seamlessly with the natural tooth.

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Dental Crowns

Model smile with dental crown restoration

For more extensive damage, whether due to decay or injury, a dental crown can provide necessary stability for the remaining tooth structure. Also called a cap, a dental crown is placed on top of the tooth, giving it strength and protection from bacteria. The crown also allows you to regain use of the tooth for biting or chewing, and what’s more, it restores the tooth’s aesthetics with custom, tooth-like porcelain.

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CEREC One-Visit Dental Crowns

CEREC one-visit dentistry milling unit

At other dental offices, getting a crown entails wearing an awkward temporary crown while the permanent one is crafted at a dental lab and then returning to the dental office weeks later for it to be attached. At Salmon Brook Dental, we save you time and headaches by having all the equipment and training necessary to create your crown right here in our dental office. Basically, we design and mill the high-quality, completely custom crown within about an hour, allowing you to get back to your life with fewer interruptions.