Restorative Care

Restorative Dental Care from Dr. Lisa Muff - Medical Dentistry - Easton, PA

Easton, PA

Restorative Dental Care for the whole family

With our restorative dental care services, you’ll get a specialized treatment aimed at restoring the health of your teeth. You can also get tooth reconditioning services at our office.

What does restorative dental care mean?

Much like its name suggests, restorative dentistry refers to dental care that focuses on restoring your smile and improving oral health. The most common types of restorative dental care services include fillings, crowns, and bridges.


If a cavity is detected, our doctor will remove the damaged area and fill it with a tooth-colored composite bonded to your teeth. Using this type of filling keeps your beautiful smile intact.

Crowns and Bridges

Crowns and bridges are also used to protect your teeth' health and improve the aesthetics of your smile. During your treatment, our doctor will discuss your options with you.

Restoring Dental Implants

Dental implants are the newest development for replacing missing teeth. These are permanent tooth replacements (unlike dentures, which can be removed) so it's paramount to keep them in good condition!

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What do all of these restorative dental care procedures have in common?

For one thing, they can greatly improve the look of your smile as well as your overall oral health. Tooth-colored fillings match your teeth, concealing any damage done by cavities. Crowns and bridges can also fill the gaps left by missing teeth for a more even smile. And restoring dental implants keeps your “second smile” looking fantastic.

But restorative dentistry does more than just make your smile look great. Fillings, crowns, bridges and implants also help improve the function of your teeth. They make it easier to chew and even speak. So you get a smile that not only looks amazing but may also make your everyday life a little easier and may even prevent dental problems down the road!

Contact us today to request an appointment and find out more about what our restorative dentistry options can do for you.

The Importance of Tooth Fillings

Tooth fillings are integral for treating damaged teeth and maintaining dental health. At Dr. Lisa’s office, we offer tooth-colored fillings, typically made of composite resin material. Unlike metal amalgam fillings, composite resin integrates seamlessly with your natural teeth, offering an eye-catching solution.

Composite resin, made of a tooth-colored mixture of fine glass particles and plastic, provides a discreet and long-lasting tooth restoration. We offer customized treatment plans, which involve removing a tooth’s decayed or broken section and applying the tooth-colored composite filling. We also use a special light to harden each layer and secure the filling. These natural-looking dental fillings uphold the natural beauty of your smile, boosting your self-esteem and confidence. They can last 5-7 years or longer with proper care.

Consult Dr. Lisa for the highest quality tooth filling solutions. Our dental specialists can help you achieve a healthy smile while improving your dental health.

Crowns and Bridges Offer Protection

Dental crowns differ from fillings in that they restore heavily decayed, fractured, or broken teeth. Dental bridges replace one to four teeth in a row. These tooth restoration solutions provide excellent functionality and aesthetic value.

Dental crowns are made of metal alloys, porcelain, or ceramic. They offer durability, comfort, and long-lasting restorative value. While a filling treats a section of a tooth, a crown sits on top of a damaged tooth, covering it completely. The crown restores tooth structure and strength and enables you to chew, speak, and smile like you would with your real teeth. Crowns can also fix cosmetic concerns, such as tooth discoloration.

In some instances, we recommend bridges instead of crowns and fillings. These are effective restorative solutions for addressing issues with one or more missing teeth. Bridges are a blend of multi-crowns fused together. The crowns anchor to adjacent dental implants or natural teeth, filling the gaps created by the missing teeth. Bridges restore your bite alignment and prevent shifting of the adjacent teeth.

Get in Touch Today

Our dental specialists at Dr. Lisa’s offer customized care and reliable solutions to match each patient’s needs. Integrating tooth-colored composite fillings, crowns, or bridges into your treatment plan can help you achieve a healthy smile. Contact us today to schedule a dental exam and start your journey to optimal dental health.

She is very understanding of your needs. Provides you with necessary steps that can be taken of with options to get your teeth back into shape. Does the necessary tests and explains what and why it's needed. A+ in my book. Staff is awesome!!!

To contact Dr. Lisa or to schedule an appointment, call her office at
(610) 559-8001 or click here.

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