Restorative Dentistry – Chardon, OH

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Man with healthy smile after restorative dentistry

If your tooth is damaged in some way, it’s unlikely you are alone. Most people will need restorative dentistry at some point in their lives. It is actually quite common to have chipped, cracked, decayed, broken, or otherwise missing teeth, even if you brush and floss regularly. In the event you do have a tooth in need of repair, we will create a custom restoration that is built to last and incredibly lifelike. Once your treatment is complete, your smile will look like you never even had restorative services performed. Call us today to get started with restorative dentistry in Chardon, OH!

Why Choose Hilltop Family Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Compassionate and Amazing Team
  • Natural-Looking, Personalized Materials
  • Kind, Caring, and Family-Friendly Dentist

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Model smile with dental crown supported fixed bridge

Dental crowns or “caps” are designed to not only be shaped like teeth, but fit over them exactly. They are usually recommended when a tooth is damaged and needs added protection to prevent future fracture. Dental crowns also work to restore their strength, ensuring even the most compromised teeth can stay functional. In other cases, crowns can be used to create larger, more complex restorations like dental bridges. These are meant to fill gaps left behind after teeth are lost.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Animated smile with tooth colored filling

We don’t necessarily need to place a dental crown every time a tooth becomes damaged. Tooth-colored fillings enable us to repair small cavities and minimally damaged teeth. At the same time, we can maintain their appearance since the material used to create them (composite resin) can be easily color-matched to existing enamel. This makes them virtually unnoticeable in your smile. Additionally, we only need small amounts of composite resin to restore teeth and rarely need to make any modifications to enamel, meaning they are more conservative than traditional solutions like silver amalgam.


Hand holding full denture

Are you missing multiple teeth throughout your mouth? Missing an entire arch or even both arches? With dentures, you can quickly and affordably rebuild your smile, enhance your ability to speak clearly, and expand your diet. Partial dentures are meant to fill the gaps in between your remaining teeth similar to that of a puzzle piece. Alternatively, full dentures work to fill the entire arch with replacement teeth. Regardless of what restoration you need, we’re happy to provide you with a prosthetic that brings your smile back to the fullest.