Restorative Dentists Plymouth, Ann Arbor, And Clarkston MI

The goal of restorative dentistry is to improve the function and appearance of your smile. During your consultation at Michigan Main Street Dentistry, you’ll meet with one of our dentists in Clarkston, Ann Arbor, and Plymouth, MI. They’ll be able to help you explore your treatment options so you can enjoy a healthier, more attractive smile.

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Suspect you have cavities? Our dentists may recommend fillings to restore your smile. As the name suggests, a dental filling restores the appearance and function of your tooth after we remove the decay.

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Dental Crowns

You may be a candidate for a dental crown if you have a tooth that’s badly damaged or decayed. Under these circumstances, our dentists may recommend a crown to restore your tooth and prevent the decay or injury from spreading.

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Dental Bridges

As the name suggests, a dental bridge is a type of restoration that “bridges” a gap left behind by a missing tooth. This restoration consists of a prosthetic tooth with crowns on both sides to anchor it in place.

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Dental Implants

Considering a tooth implant? Our dental implant dentists would be more than happy to help you explore your tooth replacement options. Unlike dentures, dental implants look and feel like natural teeth so you can smile with confidence.

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Root Canals

Aren’t sure if you need root canal therapy? Our dentists may recommend root canals to save abscessed teeth. That way, we can help you save as much natural dentition as possible.

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Tooth Extraction

Dental extraction prevents any infection from spreading to the rest of your body and causing health complications, such as sepsis. The bacteria that causes cavities can also affect the other teeth in your mouth, causing widespread oral health problems.

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Sedation Dentistry

Whether you have dental anxiety or would like an extra layer of comfort during a procedure, laughing gas can be a great option. Not only does it help you relax in the dental chair, but it’s also safe for both children and adults.

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