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Restorative Dentistry – Evergreen, CO

Restoring Damaged Teeth Without Jeopardizing Your Smile

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Even with our regular preventive attention and your own hygiene habits at home, you may need a little help getting your smile back to its healthy, radiant state from time to time. After tooth decay, damage, or injury take their toll on your smile, restorative dentistry comes to the rescue. Schedule a visit with Dr. Jeffrey Sprout, Dr. Erik Fitzgerald, or Dr. Scott Gordon to repair damaged teeth for a long-lasting, complete smile.

Why Choose Evergreen Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Same-Day
    Porcelain Crowns
  • iTero Digital
    Impression System
  • Natural-Looking
    Restorations

Dental Crowns

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Dental crowns are customized cap-like prosthetics that are made to fit over the biting surface of damaged teeth. They can be made from a variety of materials, including metal, but many patients prefer to have them crafted out of porcelain or ceramic because they look natural. These restorations provide damaged or misshapen teeth with added support and strength, allowing them to last longer and be used without causing you discomfort.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

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In the past, treating cavities meant filling them with a metal compound made of tin, copper, silver, and mercury. Today, we utilize a biocompatible material called composite resin that can be customized to match the shade of your natural tooth enamel. Not only do these restorations offer a pleasing aesthetic, but they also provide a stronger and more durable bond to your tooth, reducing the risk of infection or dental sensitivity.

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Same-Day Crowns

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Using advanced digital imaging, CAD/CAM software, and our in-office milling machine, we’re able to craft beautiful, porcelain crowns in a single visit from our own office. We’ll begin by taking digital impressions of your tooth. This will allow us to build a blueprint that we can transfer to our milling machine. Utilizing the precise specifications and measurements inputted, the machine will craft a durable, strong, and precisely fitted dental crown for your tooth that we can place in a single appointment.

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