Restorative Dentistry
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St. Cloud Restorative Dentistry

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Often, the daily routines of life can leave you delaying or purposefully putting off important dental treatment.

At River City Dental, we understand this concern, and work hard to provide peace of mind and comfortable alternatives to restore your natural smile.

Whether you are dealing with confidence issues, or pain and pressure in your existing teeth, we have a solution. We offer a variety of restoration and combinations including inlays and onlays, bridges, dentures, endodontics, and extractions.

Our dental team can fully assess your mouth, as well as your areas of concern, and offer a variety of treatment options in order to improve your overall health and leave you excited to show your smile!

Restorative Dentistry Solutions

Porcelain Inlays & Onlays

Porcelain inlays and onlays provide a natural and color-matched way to restore your teeth and seamlessly blend your smile. Inlays and onlays cover over the damaged tooth (or teeth) and are custom-fit through pre-molding and sculpting, and are then bonded onto the tooth to create a gap-free fit.

Fixed Bridges

For many, crowns and bridges offer a restorative option that allows repair of decay and damage with a more permanent solution. A fixed bridge is a section of fake teeth implanted in order to blend in seamlessly with the natural teeth, allowing you to restore both aesthetic and function to the mouth.

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Partials & Dentures

Through the use of dentures and partials, larger sections of missing teeth can be replaced and restored with natural-looking false teeth. Partials work to replace large sections of missing teeth, including an entire row and are removable. We also offer removable dentures to replace a full mouth of missing teeth.

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The word “root canal” can be scary, but it shouldn’t be! We offer minimal pain endodontic treatments for anterior and premolar teeth to clean decay, bacteria, and damage to the root pulp of the tooth, as well as fillings and caps to ensure damage does not return.

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Sometimes damage and decay warrants full removal of the tooth or teeth affected. Our practice is able to do minor extractions in-office, or assess complex extraction needs and refer outside for full treatment.