Repair and Restore with Restorative Dentistry Treatment
Are you missing one or more of your teeth? Restorative dentistry can repair and restore the natural look of your smile. With restorative dentistry treatments, you can smile with confidence again! Tooth loss can be a demoralizing experience, but we're here to help. At Drs. Rossetti, Myers, & Kondorossy, we are committed to helping you restore your smile every step of the way.
Dr. Kondorossy has completed additional training in dental implantology and oral surgery, allowing him to place and restore dental implants right here in our Richmond office instead of having to refer patients out to a specialist.
Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings
For small cavities, discreet, tooth-colored dental fillings are an excellent choice. To protect your overall health, our Richmond dental practice only uses mercury-free fillings to treat cavities. Not only are they safer, but they’re also more attractive.
CEREC Same-Day Dental Crowns
Drs. Rossetti, Myers, & Kondorossy is certified to use the CEREC crown restoration system. This system makes it possible for patients to receive a customized dental crown on the same day of their appointment rather than having to wait 2 weeks for a crown to be created and placed.
You don’t have to live with a gap in your smile! Our Richmond dental practice offers metal-free dental bridges, crafted from porcelain and Zirconia to replace your missing tooth. This oral prosthesis is made up of two or more crowns that fill a gap in missing teeth. The crown on either end is called an "abutment," and is bonded onto existing teeth to support the dental bridge. These durable white restorations enhance your smile’s health, function and appearance.
A dental implant is a small titanium post that is surgically placed in the jaw to take the place of your missing tooth root. Due to its bio-compatible properties, the titanium fuses with your natural bone to create a strong base for your replacement crown. Your replacement tooth will be carefully crafted to look natural and fit into your smile seamlessly.
Dr. Kondorossy is one of the only dentists in the Richmond area that surgically places dental implants in his own office, instead of referring you elsewhere for the surgical phase.
Dental Implant Restoration
Problems with dental implants are rare, but they do happen. If you notice your dental implant has loosened, is causing your gum to swell, or the crown on top of your implant is cracked, call Dr. Kondorossy right away! A dental implant can’t fix itself and if you try to treat it yourself, you could end up causing more damage to your mouth.
Replacing teeth has never been easier. Full dentures will replace all of your teeth at one time. Traditional dentures are removable, and are secured in place by hugging the contour of your jaw while creating a seal against your gum tissues.
If you are only missing some of your teeth, a partial denture is another alternative to a bridge or multiple dental implants. Removable partial dentures clasp into place around your existing teeth to help give you back your smile's function and beauty.
Dental Implant Retained Dentures
Implant retained dentures can significantly restore the wearer’s quality of life. Our Richmond dental patients can be more confident during their daily activities with the superior chewing and speaking functions our durable implant retained dentures provide.
We are currently offering free dental implant consultations to help our patients determine if they are good candidates for dental implants. If you are a good candidate, we can move forward with planning your implant surgery.
Lastly, using mini implants, Dr. Kondorossy can install your temporary prosthesis in just one appointment.
Are your existing dentures loose and causing you discomfort? Dr. Kondorossy can eliminate the problem of slippery dentures using dental implants. Once implants are placed, Dr. Kondorossy will fit your dentures with attachments that allow the implants to hold your dentures firmly in place. No more sliding around and discomfort!
Periodontal disease can cause the jawbone to become too weak to support a dental implant. In cases like this, Dr. Kondorossy will often recommend bone grafting (also known as natural bone regeneration) to promote healthy bone growth and thicken your jawbone. Over time, your jawbone will naturally regenerate and become strong enough to support a dental implant.
Call Drs. Rossetti, Myers, & Kondorossy today to schedule your restorative dentistry consultation with Dr. Kondorossy and discover which restorative dentistry options are right for you!
Our kids dentistry is about more than bright, healthy smiles. It is rewarding for us to see our youngest patients grow and return to our office every year.