Dr. Pamela Doray offers restorative dental services in Philadelphia, PA to treat damaged and missing teeth, bite problems and gum health issues. If you are suffering from poor dental health or would like to restore the function and comfort of your smile, Dr. Doray can meet your needs and goals with advanced treatment options and a personalized plan.
What is restorative dentistry?
Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing and replacing teeth to stabilize a smile and maintain the dental health of the patient. It can play an important role in your long term dental health and wellness with treatment and procedures to keep the teeth and gums healthy and stable.
From dental crowns to dental implants, restorative dental services can address your needs and give you back a smile that is healthy, beautiful, and functional. Dr. Doray uses advanced digital technology to evaluate your needs, provide appropriate treatment, and deliver a predictable result.
Do you have missing teeth?
Dr. Doray places all types of dental implants and can work with you to replace a single missing tooth or a complete set of lost teeth with a smile that is permanent and secure. We also offer traditional types of dental bridges and dentures that are made to blend seamlessly with your natural smile.
Are your teeth chipped or cracked?
Damaged teeth can become missing teeth over time if not repaired and restored appropriately. Dr. Doray offers a range of treatment options for damaged teeth including tooth bonding, dental crowns, and other types of restorations. Cracked teeth can sometimes indicate an underlying bite problem and Dr. Doray will evaluate all aspects of your dental health and the function of your bite before recommending a restorative dental treatment plan.
Do you have advanced gum disease?
Dr. Doray and our dental care team place an emphasis on the maintenance of healthy gums as part of our hygiene program. Healthy gums are important for the stability of your teeth. We offer periodontal treatments for all stages of gum disease to remove infected or damaged tissue and help your gums heal.
Do you have an uncomfortable bite?
If you have jaws that ache, click or pop when opening you may have a temporomandibular disorder (TMD). Commonly called TMJ, bite disorders can have a range of causes and treatment should be tailored to your needs for the best possible outcome.
Schedule An Appointment
If you would like to learn more about restorative dentistry and discuss your needs with Dr. Doray, we welcome you to schedule an appointment in our Philadelphia dentist office. Contact us at (215) 395-6076 or request one online.