Restorative Dentistry in Marietta
Has decay, disease, or an injury damaged your smile's functionality or appearance? At Thornton Dental Wellness, we're delighted to offer a range of great restorative services to our patients. Whether you need to strengthen a vulnerable tooth, fill in gaps in your smile, or treat a severe toothache, we can help. And with our commitment to personalized service, you can be confident the care you receive will be tailored specifically to your needs.
Crowns & Bridges
If you have a decayed or otherwise damaged tooth, Dr. Thornton can help you restore its strength and appearance with a dental crown. Using our CEREC machine, we create and place a fully customized crown in just one visit to our Marietta office. If you need to replace a full tooth, we also offer dental bridges. Your bridge will feature a replacement tooth and one or more abutment crowns to hold your restoration in place.
Root Canal Therapy
Are you experiencing a severe toothache or sensitivity to hot and cold foods and drinks? Your tooth may have developed an infection that's threatening. To save it and treat your symptoms, Dr. Thornton may recommend a root canal. During your root canal, our Marietta team will remove your tooth's infected nerve before placing a protective crown over your tooth to extend its life. Call or visit our office to learn more about root canals and how they help your smile.
Wisdom Tooth Extractions
Our wisdom teeth are late-developing molars that once served a purpose but no longer do. As a result, they need to be removed to prevent painful complications like crowding and impaction. At Thornton Dental Wellness, we're happy to help our patients with their wisdom tooth extractions. To prevent the painful complications that come with wisdom teeth, we recommend having them removed in late adolescence or early adulthood.
Full Dentures & Partial Dentures
Do you need to replace multiple teeth or a full row of teeth? You can complete your smile with a removable partial or full denture from Thornton Dental Wellness. Partial dentures are designed to help patients replace a few missing teeth while full dentures are made to replace an entire row of teeth. We also offer implant-supported options for patients who have enough bone to qualify for treatment with dental implants.