Oral problems, such as cavities and dental trauma caused by accidents, can put your smile in harm’s way if left untreated. At Grand Dental - Wilmington, we offer natural-looking, durable restorations that are designed to flawlessly blend with your smile while protecting and restoring function to damaged teeth. To learn whether you could benefit from any one of our quality options for restorative dentistry in Wilmington, IL, schedule a consultation by contacting our dental office today.
At Grand Dental - Wilmington, we use tooth-colored composite fillings instead of outdated metal fillings. New composite material is stronger, less noticeable, and healthier for you. Both adults and children can treat new cavities or replace unsightly metal fillings with modern composites that blend with the natural color of your teeth.
When your tooth needs a strong and reliable repair but you don’t need an entire dental crown, porcelain inlays and onlays may be the perfect solution. Inlays cover and support your tooth almost like a filling, but instead of composite filling material the repair is made with porcelain. Onlays cover more tooth surface and usually cover the cusps of your teeth as well. Both of these restorations can fill a major cavity, repair broken teeth, or strengthen chipped and weak dentition. And it looks and feels so natural, you may forget which tooth was damaged in the first place.
A dental crown is a tooth shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth to restore its appearance, strength, and utility. A crown can be a great solution to protect a weak tooth, restore an already broken tooth or support a tooth with a large filling. Modern crowns are made of Zirconia – one of the strongest and most beautiful dental materials available. They allow the patient to eat, speak, and smile with total confidence. These dental crowns attractively renew teeth, cover and protect root canals, or anchor a dental bridge. Another option is porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns these provide additional resistance to wear and tear caused by clenching, grinding, or other complications.