Restorative Dentistry

About Our Restorative Dentistry in Lancaster, CA

Our goal is to help you restore your smile’s health and function, no matter what it’s been through in the past. Together, you and our Lancaster dentist will create a personalized treatment plan that details the best course of therapy. You play a key role in developing your care plan, as your goals, vision, budget, and timeline are all taken into account. Depending on what your smile requires, we may recommend one or a combination of the following treatments:

Patient checkup for dental fillings

Composite Dental Fillings

Fillings restore areas of the tooth structure that have decayed, creating voids inside of the tooth. Removing the cavity and filling that space prevents the decay from expanding deeper into the tooth or adjacent teeth.

Dental Crowns

Sometimes called “caps,” crowns cover and protect teeth that are structurally too weak to withstand normal biting and chewing. You might need a crown if you have a large cavity, severe tooth wear, recent root canal treatment, or a dental implant.

Creating custom dental crown in lab
Dental Bridge

Fixed Dental Bridges

A bridge serves two purposes: replacing missing teeth and reinforcing the teeth on either side of the missing one(s). The teeth on either end of the bridge serve as a functional crown, working to suspend the replacement “tooth” between them.

Inlays & Onlays

Lab-made restorations like inlays and onlays (sometimes called “three-quarter crowns” or “indirect fillings”) provide additional reinforcement for teeth that are too weak for a filling but don’t quite require the full coverage of a complete crown.

Dental Inlays and onlays or porcelain fillings
Dentures and partial dentures

Dentures & Partial Dentures – Valplast ( Flexible)

Affordably replace all of your teeth with a custom-fitted, removable prosthesis. Full and partial dentures are available. Each one is designed for comfort, security, and an attractive look.

Root Canal Therapy

An abscessed or cracked tooth with an exposed nerve must be treated endodontically. Root canal therapy is the last line of defense against complete tooth loss. Thanks to effecting numbing medications, endodontic treatments are just as comfortable as getting a filling.

Dentist reviewing dental X-ray result
Dentist holding tooth after tooth Extraction

Dental Extractions

When a tooth is severely diseased or non-restorable, we may recommend removing it altogether and replacing it with a dental implant, bridge, or partial denture. Extracting problematic teeth can help prevent the spread of infection and decay.

Implant Crowns

Implant crowns are the final visible part of a dental implant. They are tooth-shaped caps that are custom-made to match your natural teeth in size, shape, and color.

Top quality dental implants

Request Your Exam Today

Contact Lancaster today to reserve your next dental exam. We’ll be happy to answer any questions that you have. Flexible financing options are always available.


Hear From Our Patients

5-Star Rating

Everyone was very nice and friendly. Very helpful as well ! The dentist was gentle and super nice and made me feel as comfortable as I was going to be.

Shyla.
5-Star Rating

Been here for two years and never disappoint! The staff is very friendly and nice! they explain everything to me and always ask if i have any questions! Also, i recommend doing root canals here! they were amazing when doing mine!

Angel H.
5-Star Rating

Amazing dentist and staff. Very professional and great customer service.

Kevin A.

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