Restorative Dentistry at Petaluma Family Dentistry in Petaluma
Petaluma Family Dentistry provides premier restorative dental services – you don’t have to live with dental imperfections, we can help!
From crowns to bonding, bridges to veneers, we provide a procedure that is right for your and your unique needs.
Chipped teeth are easily repaired through bonding. Dr. Navid uses a composite material in a shade that matches your natural teeth to fill chips and shape the affected tooth. Bonding is a great, cost effective treatment method for teeth needing only minor repair.
Are you a coffee drinker? Do you smoke? Let us help you turn back the clock on stains! Patients have seen teeth up to 8 shades whiter in less than an hour!
Veneers are a fantastic method for drastically changing the appearance of teeth. The veneers are lab-made, custom-shaped sheathes of tooth-colored porcelain which we bond to your natural teeth to create your ideal smile.
Dentures are removable oral appliances that replace missing teeth. A full arch denture is a replacement option for those who need all their teeth replaced. They can be crafted to provide the characteristics (tooth shape and color) the patient desires. An improper fit can lead to gum sores and impact speech. We can help restore your dentures to the proper fit.
Crowns are a viable method of restoring teeth that have been damaged or decayed. Dr. Navid customizes your crown to match your natural teeth in shape and color, restoring the tooth to a like-new condition.
A bridge is a dental appliance comprised of one or more artificial teeth used to fill gaps in your smile, restoring function. As its name implies, a bridge is anchored on either side by your teeth or implants. Bridges are primarily ceramic, and crafted to look like your natural teeth – though another material may be chosen based on structural and functional requirements.
Dr. Navid uses composite, tooth-colored material to restore areas of the tooth affected by decay, restoring the tooth to optimal health and function in a single visit. Since the filling is bonded to the tooth, there is no chance of it falling out!