MONTANA DENTAL WORKS
Montana’s Top Rated Local® General and Implant Dentistry
MONTANA DENTAL WORKS
Restorative Dentistry in Kalispell, MT
Guiding You Toward a Revitalized Smile
Your oral health matters. When you have a healthy smile, it can boost your confidence, make you seem more successful, and ensure that every first impression is a powerful one. Unfortunately, 53 million Americans live with untreated tooth decay which can lead to further complications, such as cavities, gum disease, and dental abscesses. These conditions can make eating, drinking, laughing, and socializing uncomfortable—as well as lowering self-esteem.
At Montana Dental Works, we can repair your smile, allowing you to take back your livelihood. Whether you’re missing a tooth, recently had periodontal disease, or any other dental issue, we have solutions to restore your smile to its original glory.
Dr. McAllister and the rest of our staff will make sure that you don’t have to endure a life with unattractive, unhealthy, or painful smiles.
What Is Restorative Dentistry?
The branch of dentistry related to the restoration of teeth, including ridding disease and damage, is called restorative dentistry. This branch goes deeper than cosmetic dentistry by renewing the function of a tooth, as well as its appearance.
Within restorative dentistry, we offer an assortment of treatments that can suit different patients’ needs, including:
Tooth loss doesn’t only affect your smile. It can be detrimental to your entire body, as well as lead to additional tooth loss. While there are various ways to replace a missing tooth, dental implants are the only one that reverses the adverse effects. Dental implants are known for their durability and natural care regimen.
At Montana Dental Works, we offer a speedy solution for anyone missing most or all of their teeth in an arch. We can take an impression of your mouth and craft a custom-fitted denture that will give you a full smile that you can show off to your friends. Dentures are excellent for patients who can’t receive dental implants. They’ll restore the appearance and function to your smile. Also, you can eat with them!
Crowns & Bridges
Some of our patients chip or crack their teeth. Dr. McAllister can use a single attractive prosthetic to protect it from further damage. A dental crown is a porcelain tooth-shaped shell that’s placed on top of a damaged tooth, restoring its shape, size, strength, and aesthetic.
Moreover, we can restore multiple damaged or missing teeth with a dental bridge. This form of treatment anchors crowns to adjacent teeth to support a single prosthetic. We can pair bridges with implants to produce a stable restoration when the neighboring teeth are too weak.
There are instances where a tooth is too far gone and becomes a danger to your health. In these situations, Dr. McAllister will need to extract the tooth to prevent further issues. This process is quick, and thanks to anesthetics, it’s nearly painless.