Restorative Dentistry for New Patients

April 28, 2021

We’re accepting new patients, and would love to see you and your family for lifelike dental care. When you have issues like damaged teeth, or possibly a case of tooth decay or infection, then you may need a restoration. In today’s blog, your Olathe, KS, dentists would like to discuss our approach to restorative dentistry for new and current patients.

When You Need Restorative Care

First, you should let us know immediately once your damage a tooth. Even a minor chip could potentially expose sensitive inner tissues and cause tooth decay. In addition, following an injury in which no damage is visible consider an appointment as dental fractures are often invisible the naked eye and could still leave your smile at risk. If you have experienced persistent tooth sensitivity or a toothache, also let us know. We could identify the causes of your ache, which could be related to decay or even a dental infection. If a tooth is lost, let us know as we also have lifelike and durable dental prosthetics to replace missing teeth.

Creating Personalized Restorations

We know that every smile is different, and we don’t have a one-size-fits-all options for our patients. Every restoration, from our lifelike fillings and crowns, to custom veneers or even bridges, dentures, and dental implants, will be custom-made for your smile using advanced digital technology. The result is a lifelike appearance, but also a better bite that prevents imbalance and complications down the road. We want to help you smile with confidence, but also enjoy better oral health and function.

Accepting New Patients

We’re accepting new patients right now! If you would like to see us, give our team a call. We accept most major dental insurance plans, and we also have financing options through CareCredit, and we have a Smile Club that lets those without insurance receive preventive, periodontal, and even children’s care for a small monthly payment throughout the year. If you’ve avoided care throughout the pandemic, then you’re over due for a checkup and cleaning, let us make sure you don’t need treatment before an issue grow severe and threaten the stability of your smile. We’re still practicing strict health and safety measures to keep our patients and team members safe. If you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule factors for you or a member of your family, then contact our team today.

Do You Have Questions About Starting Treatment?

Our team wants to help you obtain a healthier smile, and avoid major complications. For more information on repairing damage and preventing poor oral health, or to schedule a dental consultation, call E-Care Dentistry, PA in Olathe, KS, today at 913-210-1701. We also proudly serve patients from Overland Park, Lenexa, and all surrounding communities.