Restorative Dentistry 

Q.  Do you have tooth sensitivity when consuming hot or cold drinks? 

A.  You need to make a dental appointment with a dentist and receive a dental examination.  

****Sample Pictures of the Broken & Decayed Teeth Composite Restoration****

Before and after photo of a broken tooth fixed with a composite restoration        Before and after photo tooth decay fixed with a composite restoration

Tooth decay and cavities are the most common dental diseases affecting the longevity of teeth.  Although prevention is the most effective treatment, restoration is the next best choice for treating  dental cavities and decays.  The tooth restoration is directly related to the size of the tooth damage and the depth of decays.  The initial decays and small cavities can be treated with tooth color white composite restorations.  In the case of decay and damage being more than 50% of the tooth structure, the dentist recommends crown restorations.  Currently, advancements in dental technology have created new permanent restoration techniques, such as all porcelain, all zirconia, E-Max, Procera, and Lava crowns.  Each treatment option has unique characteristics catering to a patients’ teeth condition.  Certainly, we would like to serve the best treatment options for the patient’s interests.

We believe that conservative dental treatments are the most beneficial for patients.

“My job is to help my patients keep all their beautiful and healthy teeth for a lifetime” Dr. Park.

For more information about our practice or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Park or Dr. Sunwoo,
call our office in Chino Hills, CA at Peyton Dental & Specialties Phone Number 909-464-2682.

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