Restorative Dentistry – Everett, WA
Keep Your Smile Restored, Healthy and Beautiful!
Damaged teeth do not have to be extracted outright. While this may have been considered more common in the past, it’s not the standard at Albright Family Dental. Our dentists make use of multiple treatments to get your smile back to its fully restored form, whether it’s with traditional crowns or tooth-colored fillings. Plus, with the help of CEREC-made crowns, you don’t have to wait and wear a temporary crown just to restore your smile. Contact our office to get started protecting your natural smile!
Why Choose Albright Family Dental for Restorative Dentistry?
- CEREC Same-Day Crowns for Fast Restorations
- Tooth-Colored Materials Utilized
- Dentists Experienced in Full Mouth Reconstructions
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Whether your tooth is damaged or completely missing, dental crowns and bridges can work to fill the missing space in your smile. All of our restorations are made from high-quality, metal-free materials, ensuring that your smile looks natural no matter how you look at it. We pay very close attention to the design and manufacture of your new restorations not just so they look natural, but so they last for many years without issue.
If you’ve had dental fillings in the past, you probably had to receive silver/amalgam fillings to have them restored. The problem with silver fillings is that they can easily cause more damage to teeth in the long-term. This is because the metal used to fill the space in your tooth can cause future fractures, leaving your tooth more vulnerable. With tooth-colored solutions, which use composite resin, you can avoid this issue entirely while still maintaining long-term protection.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Got extensive tooth loss, either on both sides of your mouth or throughout your entire arch? Partial and full dentures work to replace as many teeth in your mouth as possible in an affordable way. All dentures are made with acrylic and porcelain materials, which allows them to mimic natural gum tissue and tooth enamel. Once your denture is completed, our office will help you understand the right maintenance tips in order to make your denture last.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Albright Family Dental is a judgement-free zone when it comes to dentistry. If you’ve been battling with dental disease that has left multiple teeth decayed, damaged or unsalvageable, we’re prepared to get you back on the right track. Full mouth reconstructions are essentially extensive treatment plans that incorporate multiple procedures into one overall plan. During your consultation, we’ll examine all the areas of your mouth and confirm which teeth need which treatment. Once you’ve heard and agreed to your personalized treatment plan, we’ll move forward toward a healthy smile.