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Restorative Dentistry – Annapolis, MD

Repair Natural Teeth with Lifelike Restorations

Unlike many other areas of the body, teeth are not capable of healing themselves on their own. Instead, they only become more damaged over time, resulting in higher dental care costs that could have been avoided. At Vanik Dental Group of Annapolis, we have multiple solutions for your cracked or damaged teeth, including crowns, fillings, implants, and more! To get started restoring your smile, give our dental office a call! Dr. Vanik is very excited to help you achieve a beautiful, functional, and healthy smile with restorative dentistry in Annapolis, MD!

Why Choose Vanik Dental Group of Annapolis for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Natural-Looking and Durable Restorations
  • Metal-Free Materials Utilized
  • Highly Personalized Treatments for All Patients

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Woman looking at smile in mirror after tooth-colored filing treatment

Our dental office regularly uses composite resin and glass ionomer to restore your teeth to strong structural integrity and aesthetic appeal. After a thorough exam and consultation, together we will determine the best material solution for the situation to accomplish this goal. Of course, if you’ve never had a filling before, we can just as easily restore your tooth, all without making dramatic changes to your smile’s appearance.

Dental Crowns

Woman with healthy smile after dental crown restoration

If your tooth ever becomes decayed or damaged due to injury, there are ways to salvage it and prevent the need for an extraction. Dental crowns are one of the most versatile restorations available today, and when a filling isn’t going to cut it, a dental crown can provide sufficient protection and esthetics. Each crown is customized to fit over your tooth exactly, ensuring that no oral bacteria reaches the vulnerable damaged portion of your tooth.

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