October 7, 2016
Missing teeth change more than facial appearance. They impact integrity of remaining teeth, gum tissue and jawbone. Dental implant dentist in Bloomfield, Dr. David G. Banda, tells qualified patients how dental implants can change smiles for years to come.
July 3, 2013
Restorative dentistry is a branch of care that lets dentists repair decayed or damaged teeth so that patients can return to optimal oral health. Every patient, at some point, will need restorative help, even those who brush, floss, and see their dentist twice a year for checkups.
Today’s most effective, and most common, restorative dentistry services include:
Not every restorative service is right for every patient, though. Restorative dentistry is highly personal. That means that when you come to Cranbrook Dental Care for restorative help, Dr. Banda will strive to offer you the most customized care he possibly can.
Every restorative procedure begins with a consultation appointment. During your consultation, your doctor will assess your needs and then recommend a service or multiple services based on the results of that exam. Your consultation will also be a time when you can ask questions about the plan we put forward. Knowing what to expect from restorative dental care is one step in easing anxiety about your procedure.
Do you need care with restorative dentistry? Call Cranbrook Dental Care to schedule an appointment with Dr. Banda. Our office is located in Bloomfield Hills and serves Troy, Birmingham, Franklin, and the entire metropolitan Detroit area. We look forward to helping you.