Wellness Dental Care

Restorative Dentistry Specialist

General Dentistry & Implant Dentistry in Highland and Colton, CA

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Restorative Dentistry services offered in Highland and Colton, CA

Tooth decay, gum disease, cracks, chips, and other types of tooth damage are highly treatable with the help of Esther Lee, DDS, and her skilled dental team at Wellness Dental Care in Highland and Colton, California. They offer comprehensive restorative dentistry to repair damage to your teeth, strengthen them, and reduce the risk of future problems. Call the office at the first sign of tooth problems, or book an appointment online today. 

Restorative Dentistry Q & A

What is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry uses cutting-edge technology and techniques to repair imperfect teeth. Wellness Dental Care offers a variety of treatments to restore teeth that are:

  • Chipped
  • Cracked
  • Decaying
  • Broken
  • Loose 
  • Missing
  • Weak
  • Infected
  • Discolored
  • Imperfect 

Dental specialists use the latest advances in restorative dentistry to strengthen teeth, restore their appearance, and reduce the risk of future problems. 

The earlier you seek treatment for a dental problem, the easier it is to treat and the better your outcome. 

What are the different types of restorative dentistry treatments?

Some of the many restorative dental treatments available at Wellness Dental Care include:


Fillings at Wellness Dental Care are made of tooth-colored dental materials. After removing tooth decay, your dentist uses fillings to protect and strengthen weak or decaying areas of your teeth.


Crowns are tooth-colored caps that fit over your natural teeth to strengthen them, improve their appearance, and protect teeth from future problems. Your dentist bonds the crowns to your teeth, so they fit securely and comfortably. 


Bridges consist of an artificial tooth with two crowns attached to each side. Bridges fill in gaps left by missing permanent teeth that fall out or need extraction. 

Dental implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that your dentist attaches to your jawbone. The implants anchor crowns, bridges, or dentures to replace missing permanent teeth.

Root canals

Root canals are procedures in which your dentist removes bacteria and decay from the inside of your tooth. They fill it with dental materials and may cover the tooth with a crown to prevent future decay or damage. 

Is restorative dentistry right for me? 

To find out if restorative dentistry is right for you, your dentist discusses your oral health history and the symptoms you may have. They examine your gums and teeth and take dental X-rays if needed before personalizing a dental treatment that best matches your needs. 

Wellness Dental Care also offers braces, Invisalign®, teeth whitening, and other cosmetic dental solutions that improve the appearance of your smile.

Call the office or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about restorative dentistry options available at Wellness Dental Care.