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Restorative Dentistry – Minot, ND

Protect and Restore Your Radiant Smile

Man and woman smiling after restorative dentistry

Teeth are incredibly durable, but that doesn’t make them indestructible. While having a dedicated oral care routine at home and at our dental office is necessary, sometimes teeth can still break down and need restoration. If this happens to you, don’t worry. You won’t have to sacrifice your smile’s appearance just to keep it functioning like normal. Our dentists are highly trained to provide exceptional restorations made from tooth-colored materials, so don’t wait to give us a call to learn more about restorative dentistry in Minot, ND!

Why Choose Souris Valley Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?

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    Impression Device
  • Tooth-Colored
    Materials Utilized
  • Early Cavity Detection
    Device In-House

Dental Crowns

Model smile with dental crown restoration

Not only are dental crowns capable of restoring teeth damaged by long-term decay or physical injury, but they play a major role in many other services designed to restore and replace teeth. For example, we use dental crowns to cover teeth following root canal therapy or placement of a dental implant. They also work to restore teeth suffering cosmetic imperfections. No matter what your needs are, we’re happy to create a detailed restoration from tooth-colored materials, you can have confidence in the look and function of your smile.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Closeup of dentist examining smile with tooth colored filling

When teeth become slightly damaged, they may require tooth-colored fillings to prevent future fracture. While fillings of the past used metal alloys, today’s dental fillings are made from a durable, yet aesthetically pleasing composite resin. Once we create your custom-shaded filling, we’ll be able to carefully mold and shape it inside your tooth, then cure it instantly using a special hardening device. From there, you can expect your filling to last up to 10 years or longer.

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