Restorative Dentistry Gorham

We Repair Damaged & Hurting Teeth

Woman sitting in coffee shop and smiling after restorative dentistry in Gorham

Despite our best efforts, dental injuries and decay happen to nearly every person over the course of their lives. If you’re struggling with a smile that isn’t currently at its best, the Morgan-Hill Dental Care team is here in your corner to provide revitalizing treatment whenever needed. Our high-quality restorative dentistry options can repair fractures, cavities, incomplete teeth, and much more! To schedule a first appointment, don’t hesitate to contact us here for restorative dentistry in Gorham, ME.

Why Choose Morgan-Hill Dental Care for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Same-Day Restorations with CEREC Technology
  • Metal-Free Materials for Superior Comfort & Aesthetics
  • Decades of Proven Reconstructive Expertise

Dental Crowns

Illustrated dental crown covering a tooth

A dental crown, often known as a cap, will cover or enclose an entire damaged tooth. The purpose is to restore the affected tooth to its original shape, size, use, and beauty. The finished look will make your tooth look like it did originally. The crown also provides additional strength and protection for the real tooth underneath. Advancements in technology have produced tooth-colored crowns that are made to look like your other natural teeth because the crown is milled from porcelain. While most crowns will last for many years, some may need to be replaced in time.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated white filling being placed in a tooth

Tooth-colored fillings are today’s optimal solution for repairing dental damage caused by cavities. They’re made of composite resin, which is a highly flexible material that comes in several different enamel-like shades. Our dentists will determine the most precise match with your natural smile and then sculpt the filling into place so that it blends in beautifully with the surrounding teeth. The final result is comfortable, conservative, and can last for 10-15 years or longer.

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CEREC® Same-Day Dental Crowns

Dentist placing small ceramic block into milling machine

Traditionally, the creation of a brand-new dental crown would require patients to commit to at least two appointments with their dentist – one for impressions and the placement of a temporary crown, and another when the permanent crown was finally delivered from the dental laboratory. Here at Morgan-Hill Dental Care, we’re proud to have streamlined this process considerably while still providing the quality our patients count on with the help of CEREC technology. Now, every stage of your restorative process – from initial impressions to milling to final placement – can be completed during one visit. That’s really all it takes!

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