It’s amazing how just one hurting or damaged tooth can completely ruin your day. Your mind is either preoccupied with being uncomfortable, or you constantly feel self-conscious about your smile. You deserve better, and the team at Meadowbrook Dental Care is more than ready to help using our world-class restorative services. Combining the latest techniques with expert craftsmanship and the highest-quality materials, we’re eager to give you your smile and confidence back with a custom options for restorative dentistry in Mineola, NY.
If a tooth is severely worn, broken, or decayed, we can save it by covering it with a dental crown. This tooth-shaped restoration protects a tooth from further damage while bringing back its strength, function, and appearance at the same time. And, when bonded to additional crowns, they can also form a bridge to replace a missing tooth or teeth to close an unwanted gap. We offer both traditional and implant crowns and bridges.
If you have a minor cavity, we can make it practically disappear in a single appointment using a tooth-colored filling. Made of composite resin, this substance is able to fit into even the smallest cavities and can be shaded to perfectly match the surrounding enamel. No one will be able to see your filling whenever you smile, laugh, or eat, and its metal-free nature means that you won’t have to deal with the dental sensitivity common with silver fillings.
Your time is precious, but if you have a fractured tooth or large cavity, most dental offices will force you to attend two appointments spaced weeks apart to get a dental crown. Thankfully, we’re able to provide everything you need in a single visit using CAD/CAM technology. In a matter of hours, we can design, fabricate, and place your crown while you relax in our dental office, meaning you’ll leave your appointment with a fully restored smile—no follow-up required!
Dealing with several missing teeth is a burden, but we can fix this problem with a single custom-made denture. A partial denture is designed to fit comfortably between any remaining teeth, while a full denture is placed directly on the gums to bring back an entire row. Either way, your denture will be designed just for you to guarantee the ideal look and fit. Plus, for added stability, you can also choose to get an implant denture.