Restorative Dentistry Annapolis, MD

Are missing or damaged teeth impacting your bite? Have you been noticing signs of gum irritation or inflammation? Call Lighthouse Family Dentistry for restorative dentistry solutions in Annapolis, MD.

Restorative dentistry helps patients with a wide array of oral health problems, from missing and damaged teeth to gum disease. Dr. E. Taylor Meiser and his team work with their patients as individuals to understand their specific needs and goals.

Taking each patient’s health and dental history into account, as well as their current restorative needs, allows Dr. Meiser and his team to create a customized treatment plan. Dr. Meiser also explains each step of the treatment process so patients can become educated about their own oral health.
restorative dentistry in Annapolis Maryland

Restorative Dentistry in Annapolis, MD

Our restorative dental services restore missing teeth, improve damaged teeth, and remove gum infections. Restorative dentistry aims to restore the function of your bite, while fixing it aesthetically as well. Continue reading to learn more about our restorative dentistry services.

Dental Bridge

Dental bridges are prosthetics that help restore rows of missing teeth. Although traditional bridges are secured by adjacent natural teeth, we recommend implant-supported bridges. Dental bridges that are secured by dental implants offer longer-lasting results for our patients. To learn more about dental bridges in our office, see Dental Bridge.

Dental Crown

A tooth crown acts as a cap to cover and protect dental implants, damaged teeth, or discolored teeth. Made of porcelain ceramic, our dental crowns are strong and durable. They also look just like natural teeth because the porcelain ceramic material reflects light. To learn more about dental crowns, see Dental Crown.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are titanium metal posts that fill in the gaps left by missing teeth. They can also be used to support and hold dental bridges or dentures in place. Implants are the gold standard for replacing lost teeth. This is because they fully fuse to the jaw bone, creating a stable foundation for a dental crown, dental bridge, or denture. To learn more about dental implants, see Dental Implants.

Dentures and Partials

Patients with full rows or arches of missing teeth can restore their smile with partial and full dentures. Dentures that are traditionally removable often slip around the mouth and require messy adhesives to stay in place. Our implant-supported dentures look and feel just like natural teeth. To learn more about dentures and partials in our office, see Dentures & Partials.

Gum Disease Treatment

Periodontitis, or gum disease, begins as gum irritation and inflammation. Over time, if the teeth and gums are not treated properly, bacteria can build upon and around the gums. Patients with gum disease experience a multitude of symptoms, from bleeding gums to gum recession. We offer an array of treatment options to reverse these symptoms. To learn more aboru gum disease treatment, see Periodontal Disease Treatment.

Restorative Dental FAQs

Do you want to know more about our restorative services? Continue reading to get answers to some of our most frequently asked questions:

Can I replace my removable bridge or denture with implants?

We can provide you with dental implant treatment if you already have a removable dental bridge or denture. Dental implants are not used to replace every tooth in the mouth. However, several strategically placed implants can support a bridge or denture. We will undergo a thorough examination to determine if you are a good candidate for implant treatment.

How can I treat my bleeding gums?

If your gums bleed when you brush and floss your teeth, you probably have gum inflammation. Although gum inflammation is a precursor to gum disease, it is easily reversible. Patients with bleeding gums may not floss or brush their teeth often enough.

We recommend that patients schedule regular visits to our office as well as brush and floss twice a day. Maintaining a regular oral hygiene routine can stop bleeding gums and prevent periodontitis.

What do I do if my dental crown or dental bridge breaks?

If your dental crown or dental bridge breaks, contact our dental office for emergency dental care. Our team can help you receive a temporary restoration as soon as possible. We want to ensure that your teeth and gums are not damaged while we plan your new restoration.

Restore Your Smile Today

Do you need to repair damaged teeth? Have you just lost a permanent tooth? Request a dental appointment with Dr. Meiser on our website. You can also contact Lighthouse Family Dentistry for restorative care today by calling 410-324-7287. We serve patients in Annapolis, Edgewater, and the surrounding areas.