Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry


The team at Orchard Dental Associates works hard to help you retain your smile. We use a range of techniques to restore, strengthen, and support damaged teeth. And if you need an extraction, we can place a dental implant or bridge to help retain proper function so you can keep eating as normal and make sure your health and well-being are not adversely affected. We use advanced technologies in our restorative treatments, including digital impressions and dental lasers. Orchard Dental Associates will assess and address any underlying dental problems you have before beginning any restorative treatment plan. This is important for your long-term oral health and the success of your final restorations.

Dental Crowns


A dental crown is a tooth-shaped covering your dentist cements in place over a compromised tooth. It vastly improves the look of a broken or decayed tooth as well as reinforces a tooth that has had a root canal. Crowns ultimately protect against future cracks and help to retain the remaining natural tooth for longer. At Orchard Dental Associates, we offer Feldspathic ceramic, e.max, and zirconia crowns. So you get the best of both worlds: aesthetics of the highest-quality materials with the convenience of same day treatment. And with digital impressions, there is no messy goo, temporary crown, or uncomfortable impression tray whatsoever.

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Porcelain Bridges


Dental bridges fill gaps and are great options whether you have one or several missing teeth. The dental bridge, which is made of multiple crowns fused together, is cemented permanently over the teeth on either side of the space with dental cement. We stand behind our restorations for patients who visit us regularly for preventive care. This gives our patients peace of mind so they can be sure that if something needs to be repaired, it will be taken care of at Orchard Dental Associates.

Our Restorative Dentistry Services Help You

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Stop Decay
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Future Issues
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Your Smile

Full, Partial, and Implant-Supported Dentures


It is important to replace missing teeth. Failure to do so can have a significant impact on your ability to eat as well as proper mouth and jaw function. Having a complete smile will also prevent your other teeth from shifting and keep you smiling confidently. We offer partial and full dentures at Orchard Dental Associates.

Partial dentures are ideal if you still have some healthy natural teeth remaining. Traditional dentures are similar, but these replace the arches in their entirety when you are missing all of your teeth.

We also offer implant-supported dentures, which are a more permanent solution than traditional removable dentures. With these, the dentures fit snugly over surgically placed implants for a secure fit that eliminates the need for messy denture adhesives commonly required with traditional removable dentures.

Bone and Tissue Grafting


Bone and tissue grafting is necessary for some patients who have insufficient bone density for certain restorations or whose teeth and gums are in poor condition. Bone or tissue is often grafted from other places in the patient’s body to add to the existing jaw structure in preparation for further dental work. It is a common procedure, particularly when a patient needs dental implants to replace several missing teeth. Orchard Dental Associates uses laser dentistry to reduce discomfort during grafting procedures and speed up the recovery period.

Dental Implants


Dental implants are excellent replacements for missing teeth, whether you are missing one tooth or many. Orchard Dental Associates plans the placement of each implant digitally and uses a 3D printed surgical guide to place each implant with precision. Each implant consists of a small titanium post surgically placed into your jawbone that fuses with the jaw over time. Once healed, we create a crown, colored and designed to blend in with your smile, to cement over the post and fill the space for good. The key benefit of dental implants is that they are permanent solutions that feel and function just like your natural teeth. The best candidates for implants are healthy patients who have sufficient bone density for the procedure. In complex cases we coordinate with an oral surgeon to make sure you get the best possible care.

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This office is very welcoming and calming from the minute you set foot in the lobby. The staff is very professional and caring. The doctors are quick to put you mind at ease and thoroughly explain the treatment needed.


Laser Dentistry


Dental anxiety is a common issue, especially when it comes to dental drills and needles. However, dental laser technology has completely transformed the patient experience. At Orchard Dental Associates, we use Fotona, Waterlase, and Solea lasers during our restorative treatments. These lasers allow us to prepare your restorations without the need for noisy drills and uncomfortable injections, completing your treatment faster with less vibration and virtually no discomfort.

Payment Options

Paying for your treatment is easy at Orchard Dental Associates.

We accept cash and all major credit cards. CareCredit is also accepted.

Patient-centered care is our priority.

At Orchard Dental Associates, we support patient-driven decisions. Our team will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your smile goals—not just what your insurance dictates. We will guide you through your treatment options and the costs involved. You are always in the driver’s seat, deciding what course of treatment you would like to pursue. And we’ll be there to support you every step of the way!

Restoring your smile is easy with Orchard Dental Associates!

If you would like to find out more about our restorative dentistry services, contact our office today to make an appointment.