Alexandria Restorative Dentistry Services
If you are suffering from tooth decay, dental trauma, or missing teeth, you need restorative dentistry to regain your health and self-esteem. Here at the Center for Dental Anesthesia, we have created a comforting and atmosphere where patients of all ages can relax while they receive the restorative dental care that they need.
Dentures in Alexandria VA
Dentures are a great option for patients who are missing teeth or have significant damage and decay across many teeth. At the Center for Dental Anesthesia, we offer sturdy dentures to help you maintain your oral health. We know that missing teeth can make simple activities like chewing and speaking difficult, and we want to improve the function of your mouth with restorative dentistry.
We provide traditional, custom-fit, high-end, and permanent dentures. We will ensure that you enjoy a perfect fit and reliable dentures that perform all of the duties of natural teeth. Your custom-fit dentures will fill the gaps in your smile and give you back your confidence.
Tooth Crowns & Dental Bridges
Our dental crowns and bridges are fashioned with natural-looking ceramic. Dental crowns can be used to repair decay, build up weak teeth, reshape the enamel, and transform tooth appearance. Dental bridges replace missing teeth, restoring the function and aesthetic of your smile.
Brand New Smile, Zero Discomfort
Patients with unique needs or dental anxiety may fear that they will never be able to restore their damaged or missing teeth. Dr. Mady and Dr. Geren and Dr. Geren and their team make anything possible with hospital-grade anesthesia options.
For patients with dental phobia, disabilities, or allergies, sedation could be the perfect solution to getting through your restorative dentistry procedure. In some cases, uncooperative or nervous children can also benefit from these calming methods. You, too, can wake up with a smile!
We can’t wait to restore your healthy and beautiful teeth. Schedule your restorative dentistry consultation today by contacting us at the Center for Dental Anesthesia.