Restorative Dentistry Mercerville

Solutions for Cavities and Broken Teeth

Do you have a tooth or multiple teeth that have been damaged in some way? Dr. Lavery is here to help fix the damage! From basic fillings to comprehensive full mouth reconstructions, he can offer multiple options for rebuilding and strengthening your smile with restorative dentistry in Mercerville. Our restorations are made out of high-quality materials, and each one is made with the patient’s specific needs in mind. Please give our office a call if your smile is in need of repair.

Why Choose Dr. Brian Lavery Family and Cosmetic Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Crowns Made from High-Quality Materials
  • A Caring & Compassionate Dentist and Team
  • Dental Practice with a Relaxing Environment

Dental Crowns

White dental crown over a tooth in a model of the mouth

When a tooth is broken, severely worn down, or weakened, we will likely recommend having a dental crown placed. We can make crowns out of a variety of materials such as gold, porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, and zirconia; we can go over the pros and cons of each kind of material if you pay our office a visit. Once your crown is ready, it can be attached to your tooth, protecting and strengthening it so that it can continue to function normally.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated tooth with a white filling

Cavities should be treated as early as possible in order to avoid further damage to the affected tooth or teeth. In many cases, we may suggest getting a filling. At our practice, the fillings we place are made from composite resin, a material that is both biocompatible and very natural-looking. A tooth-colored filling can make it look as though your tooth never had a cavity at all, provided that it has been shaded and sculpted appropriately.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of person smiling with flawless white teeth

Sometimes restoring your oral health can take multiple steps. In these situations, our team may suggest a full mouth reconstruction, which is a process that can involve fillings, crowns, and various other treatments that may have been deemed necessary for helping you revitalize your smile. Naturally, the exact steps for your full mouth reconstruction process will depend on what we find when we’re examining your mouth; don’t be afraid to ask why we’re suggesting specific services.