Restorative Dentistry Owings Mills

Solutions for Damaged and Decayed Teeth

Discovering that your tooth has been damaged in some way can be alarming, and the problem will only become more severe if it isn’t treated in time. The good news is that it may be possible to save your tooth with the right kind of restoration, be it a tooth-colored filling or a dental crown. Call our dental practice right away if your tooth has been injured; Dr. Mattson and the rest of our team are ready to help you explore your options for restorative dentistry in Owings Mills!

Why Choose Diamond Dental of Owings Mills for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Highly Durable, Fully Personalized Crowns
  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • Convenient Office Hours

Dental Crowns

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A dental crown in Owings Mills gets its name from the fact that it’s designed to crown or cap the entire visible portion of your tooth, strengthening broken, damaged, or decayed dental structure. The process for receiving a crown is simple: once we’ve made a precise digital impression of the affected tooth and designed your new crown, we’ll send this information to a trusted lab. Then, once we’ve received your brand-new restoration from them, we’ll bring you back to our Owings Mills office so that we can securely place it, completing your new look. You’ll be amazed by how seamlessly we can transform the look of your damaged tooth!

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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When many long-time dental patients think of getting fillings, images of dark, silver spots in their smiles may still come to mind. Our team is happy to tell you that these types of fillings are no longer the only option here at our office. Our tooth-colored fillings are precisely shaded to match your natural enamel as closely as possible, resulting in a truly seamless appearance. This method also offers patients more conservation in their dental care (meaning that we don’t have to remove as much healthy tooth structure to accommodate the new filling), as well as reduced sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures following treatment.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Are you suffering from complex oral health issues that involve multiple teeth? In this type of situation, a full mouth reconstruction is often needed. We’ll begin by examining your mouth carefully to determine the full extent of the damage. Then, we will put together a plan for rebuilding your smile. Said plan may include crowns, fillings, and whatever other treatments we deem necessary. We’ll be sure to let you know how much each recommended treatment will cost as well as how long it can be expected to take.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Our team at Diamond Dental of Owings Mills has saved thousands of teeth from decay and damage, and we know we can take care of your teeth’s issues as well. Here are just a couple of success stories from our patients.

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“I didn’t go to any dentist for like 10 years because I was so afraid. Finally I had a tooth break and I really panicked about finding a dentist that would be able to help me through my anxiety. Dr. Mattson is so kind and patient, and made sure I was doing okay throughout the entire procedure. I’ve had a few more appointments with her and every time I have had a good experience. I would very highly recommend this office.”

–Kelsey Clements