Restorative Dentistry

Impants, Dental bridges, crowns, and more from Dr. McKinley-Holloway, a Dentist derving Shelby Township, Clinton Township, and Macomb, MIDr. McKinley-Holloway and Dr. Arben Uldedaj provide restorative dentistry in Shelby Township, Michigan, to give you back a healthy smile after your teeth have sustained damage.

Teeth Repair and Restoration

Our dentists may recommend a restorative treatment if you have one or more of the following problems:

  • Broken teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Cracked or chipped teeth
  • Infection in your teeth
  • Tooth decay

The goal of restorative dentistry is to return your teeth to full health and function so that you can smile, speak and eat with confidence and enjoy improved health and quality of life. During your initial consultation, our dentists will examine your entire mouth and discuss your current oral health, tooth damage and treatment options with you. This will help us develop an individualized treatment plan that will provide you with natural and long-lasting results.

Some of the restorative treatments we may discuss include:

Restorative Dentistry Shelby Township, MI

Our Shelby Townships dentists are committed to providing you with solutions that look and feel natural and which you will be able to enjoy for many years. We are a mercury-free dental office, and the majority of our restorations are made from tooth-colored materials. Our specialists also offer gold inlays and onlays and other gold dentistry procedures which are not readily available elsewhere.

We proudly serve the Michigan communities of Shelby Township, Macomb, Clinton Township, and many more. We invite you to call us at 586-685-0880 to make an appointment with one of our skilled dentists and learn more about the numerous long-lasting benefits of restorative dentistry.

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Restorative Dentistry FAQs

Restorative Dentist serving Shelby Township, Clinton Township, and Macomb, MiWhat is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is a field of dental care focused on repairing and replacing damaged teeth. The purpose of restorative dentistry is to give you back full oral function so that you can feel confident in smiling, speaking and eating and enjoy better oral health. Restorative treatments range from simple fillings inlays and onlays to crowns, bridges, dentures, implants and root canal therapy.

What are my options for replacing my missing teeth?

There are several options for replacing your missing tooth or teeth. During your consultation, we will discuss these options with you so that you can make an informed decision about the type of replacement you receive. Some tooth replacement options include:

  • Single-tooth implants
  • Dental bridges and implant bridges
  • Implant-supported dentures
  • Traditional complete or partial dentures

Why should I have restorative work done instead of having a tooth pulled?

Retaining your original teeth is usually a better option for your long-term oral health. Typically, we will not recommend a tooth extraction unless the tooth cannot be successfully restored and is causing damage to your remaining teeth and oral health.

Is restorative dentistry an option for children?

Yes. Our dentists will examine your child’s mouth if they have a cavity or have been injured to determine if a restorative treatment is needed and which treatment is the right option for your child.

How much will my restorative treatment cost?

Your treatment cost depends on the severity of the damage to your teeth and the treatment or combination of treatments you will be receiving. After your consultation, we will provide you with an estimate of your cost before you begin treatment. Many dental insurance plans cover at least part of the cost, and we will work with you to maximize your insurance benefits.


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