Restoring teeth and gums allows you to feel confident in your smile and able to bite, speak, and chew comfortably. Dr. Fedida can provide patients with full mouth rehabilitation using restorative dentistry. Patients with infected gums or damaged and missing teeth can receive treatment to restore the function and look of their smiles.
A full mouth rehabilitation often begins with restorative care such as periodontal therapy or dental implant treatment. If patients require sinus or bone grafting before implant treatment, Dr. Fedida can help. These treatments ensure that patients have enough bone in the jaw to support dental implants. Gum treatments for periodontal disease help remove infection and provide stability for the rest of the mouth.
Restorative Dentistry in Queens, NY
Dental health is important to the overall well-being of an individual. Our restorative dental services can restore and help revitalize the look and function of patients’ smiles. Using dental procedures like crowns, implants, bridges and more, we can provide natural-looking results that not only look great but also help restore function to your teeth.
We want you to enjoy a beautiful and healthy smile for years to come. Dr. Haim Fedida offers a wide array of restorative dental care services in Jackson Heights and East Elmhurst, NY. Continue reading to learn more about these services.
Restore Your Smile Using Dental Bridges
A traditional dental bridge is made up of prosthetic teeth attached to adjacent natural teeth. However, using dental implants, we can provide patients with a fixed dental bridge. Implant-secured bridges last longer and often do not require regular repairs or maintenance.
To learn more about replacing lost teeth using dental bridges, see Dental Bridge.
Repair Your Teeth Using Dental Crowns
Dental crowns are durable porcelain ceramic caps that can fully cover teeth. Tooth crowns cover dental implants, damaged teeth, or stained teeth. Because they are crafted from porcelain ceramic, dental crowns can blend in with the natural smile. We can color-match tooth crowns for each patient.
To learn about repairing your tooth using a dental crown at our dental office, see Dental Crowns.
Replace Missing Teeth Using Dental Implants
Dental implants are unique in that they can be used alone or to support other restorative treatments. Consisting of a titanium implant screw, abutment, and dental crown, implants are a durable restorative solution. Implants fuse to the jawbone for a permanent restoration that supports the health of the teeth and gums.
To learn about replacing your missing tooth using a dental implant, see Dental Implants.
Replace Lost Teeth Using Dentures and Partials
Full or partial dentures are a benefit to patients missing many teeth or even whole arches of teeth. They consist of prosthetic teeth that are held in place by snaps or dental implants. When secured with dental implants, dentures do not require messy adhesives or slip around the mouth.
To learn about how Dr. Fedida can replace your old denture with a new modern denture, see Dentures and Partials.
Gum Disease Treatment For Bleeding Gums
Periodontitis, or gum disease, is a serious dental problem marked by swollen gums, bleeding gums, and gum recession. Dental lasers and deep cleaning procedures can remove infection and help gums reattach to the teeth. Dr. Fedida provides periodontal disease treatment for patients with mild to severe gum disease symptoms.
To learn more about repairing your gums and address gum disease, see Periodontal Disease Treatment.
TMJ Treatment For Jaw Pain
Custom night guards assuage symptoms of TMD or temporomandibular joint disorders. Injury to the joint that connects the jawbone and skull causes these bite disorders. We provide TMJ treatments for patients with this issue, including oral appliances. You wear oral appliances at night to prevent tooth damage caused by teeth clenching and grinding, or bruxism.
To learn how we can help you alleviate jaw pain and TMD, see TMJ Treatment.
Restorative Dental FAQs
Is dental implant treatment painful?
Some patients may be afraid of implant restorations because they think that the implant process is painful. During our surgical treatments, we use anesthesia or IV sedation so that patients can feel comfortable and calm. Whether you are receiving a single dental implant or dental bridge or denture secured with implants, we will make sure to recommend the best methods of care.
Can you replace my removable restoration with implants?
Yes, if you have a removable dental bridge or denture, we can work with you to create an implant-secured option. Many patients find that implant-supported dentures last longer and do not require frequent maintenance versus traditional dentures. You can upgrade a dental bridge to an implant-secured bridge so that you don’t have to remove it ever again.
How can I stop my bleeding gums?
Bleeding gums can be a sign of something more serious than just poor oral hygiene. For example, Gingivitis, or gum inflammation, causes red, swollen, and bleeding gums. It is important to determine the cause of your bleeding gums in order to properly treat them.
If your gums bleed after brushing or flossing your teeth, call our office for a thorough check-up and dental cleaning. Bleeding gums are easily reversible with regular cleanings and a deep cleaning treatment. However, there are steps you can take at home too, such as using an antiseptic mouthwash, and avoiding sugary foods and drinks. Making lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking or reducing stress can also help with gum health.
Are restorative dental services covered by insurance?
Insurance companies may be able to help you cover some or all of the cost of restorative treatments. Your dentist can discuss whether your dental insurance will cover restorative dental services, and what types of coverage you may be eligible for during your next dental exam. However, the best way to find out if your insurance plan will cover a specific treatment is to contact your provider directly.
Schedule a Dental Consultation
Are you looking for a restorative dentist in Queens, Brooklyn, East Elmhurst, or Jackson Heights? Call our New York dental office for care today at 929-552-6315. You may also request a consultation with Dr. Fedida online.