Restorative Dentistry – Granger, IN
Natural-Looking, Durable Restorations To Complete Your Smile
Our office is equipped with the latest dental technology that allows us to craft high-quality restorations within a single appointment. That way, you can sacrifice less of your valuable time while still receiving beautiful, durable, and strong restorations. Drs. Campbell and Hickey understand the value of having a natural-looking and healthy smile, which is why they use lifelike porcelain, ceramic, and composite resin to repair broken, chipped, and decayed teeth.
Why Choose Granger Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?
- Advanced CEREC Same-Day Restorations
- Putty-Free & Precise Digital Impressions
- Repairing Granger Smiles Since 1983
If you have a damaged or severely decayed tooth, we offer customized dental crowns that can be made from a variety of durable materials. These are cap-like structures specially designed to fit over the biting surface of your compromised tooth to restore its size, shape, and structure. Crowns also help protect damaged teeth from harmful oral bacteria that can cause infections and tooth loss. Once the treatment is complete, you’ll enjoy a healthy, beautiful grin that you can feel proud to show off.
At Granger Dental Group, we use a customizable, biocompatible composite resin to repair minor cavities that chemically bonds with your natural tooth enamel to provide you with long-lasting, strong protection. Plus, because we’re able to match it to the same color as your enamel, you won’t have to worry about people fixating on your damaged tooth during conversations!
CEREC One-Visit Restorations
Our team values your time while still maintaining our dedication to providing you with high-quality dentistry. That’s why we utilize advanced CEREC technology to craft porcelain restorations in a single appointment instead of the regular two. During your visit, we’ll take digital impressions of your tooth, develop a blueprint of your crown or other restoration, and transfer it to our milling machine to make your prosthetic. The entire process can typically be completed within a couple of hours.