Restorative Dentistry in Luck, WI

Restoring Smiles to Their Natural Beauty

At Luck Dental Clinic, we provide professional restorative services that patients need in order to restore their oral health and beautiful smile. Restorative dentistry focuses on improving the function of your teeth and fixing any structural problems such as badly damaged, decayed, or missing teeth. 

Our experienced dental team proudly offers a wide range of dental treatments to fix a variety of dental issues that rebuild your smile and provide you with remarkable results that are second to none. Learn more about our restorative treatment options and how they can benefit your smile.

Dental Fillings

When you think about dental treatments, the first thing that usually comes to mind is dental fillings. For more than a century, the “drill and fill” has been the foundation of restorative dentistry; teeth become damaged by bacteria, and fillings do an excellent job of halting decay and restoring the structure and function of the tooth. Despite the basic principle behind fillings being the same as it was 50 years ago, the materials we use today behave more like your natural enamel and cause less damage to the teeth, long-term.

An estimated 99 percent of Americans will need at least one filling, at some point in their lives. Our modern diet is rich in the foods that feed mouth bacteria, so dental decay is a risk that comes with being human.

Close up of a tooth with a magnifying glass

Dental Implants

Dental implants are the number one restoration treatment for one or multiple missing teeth. With a success rate of 98 percent, dental implants provide patients with a restoration option that looks, feels, and functions just like natural teeth.

Implants are composed of biocompatible titanium bases that are surgically embedded in the jaw. Once the implant heals and becomes permanently fused with the jawbone, a crown or other restoration is attached to replace the missing tooth above the gum line. Unlike other prosthetics, dental implants replace the whole tooth, root to crown.

Dental Crowns and Bridges

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that fit over and around damaged teeth. A crown can be made for any tooth that’s fundamentally healthy or can be restored with a root canal. Crowns are popular due to their ability to bond well to tooth enamel and mimic the color and luster of a natural tooth.

Dental bridges are designed to bridge the gap between one or more missing teeth. This restoration option consists of natural-looking prosthetics, called pontics, which will replace your missing teeth. 

A mock up of a dental bridge

Full and Partial Dentures

There are two primary types of conventional dentures: full and partial.

Full Dentures

a set of full dentures

Full dentures replace an entire arch of missing teeth. These appliances have been used for many decades, but advances in dental technology have improved the look, feel, and fit of these devices. Full dentures rest on top of the gums and are supported by the bone underneath. 

Partial Dentures

A set of partial dentures

Partial dentures are an excellent option for patients with some healthy teeth still remaining. Like full dentures, partial dentures are supported by the gums and underlying jawbone. However, they also have special dental clasps, made of metal or plastic, that anchor to the adjacent teeth for extra stability.

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Complete Your Smile at Luck Dental Clinic

You don’t have to hide your smile any longer. At Luck Dental Clinic, we feature a variety of solutions to replace missing teeth, ensuring you can smile freely again. To learn more about our restorative options, call our Luck, WI 54853 practice at (715) 472-2211 and schedule your consultation today.