Dental Restoration in Loudon
Dr. Alex Noble works to protect the health of his patients. This often means rebuilding the health of a decayed tooth or replacing a lost one. By using a modern dental approach, he does both in a gentle and professional manner.
Loudon Dentistry offers restorative dentistry in Loudon and to all nearby areas. When decay and tooth loss occurs, our practice can rebuild your oral health.
New Office, New Technology
Our practice uses the latest in diagnostic technology for better restorative care. Digital x-rays enable precise images of your smile, detailing your dental anatomy and helping you receive personalized restorations. Dr. Noble also uses digital scanners to better track the changes in your smile for more accurate treatment planning.
Small instances of tooth decay are restored with fillings. Our Loudon dental practice uses composite fillings. These restorations match the color of your natural teeth. Your smile has its health and beauty restored as a result. These fillings are also free of the health concerns that come with amalgam fillings.
Dr. Noble places crowns to treat decayed or injured teeth. These prostheses can be made of several different materials, but our dentist often recommends porcelain or zirconia. These materials have both a natural appearance and a durable nature.
Root Canal Therapy
Cavities move past the surface of a tooth if their development progresses. The decay can spread into the inner systems of a tooth over time. Unlike the hardier enamel and dentin layers, the pulp inside a tooth cannot resist infection and will die shortly afterward. Without immediate treatment, the continued infection causes tooth loss.
To alleviate infection, our practice performs root canal therapy. The inner layer is fully cleansed and sealed with a biocompatible agent and porcelain crown to prevent reinfection.
Bridges, Dentures, and Partials
Loudon Dentistry provides traditional restorative options in these cases. Traditional bridges, partial dentures, and full dentures are all provided by us. While we recommend dental implants to most of our patients, these non-surgical options are long-lasting and durable.
For most patients, dental implants are the superior teeth replacements. The artificial root system provided by implants gives stronger stability, better durability, and increased comfort to the new teeth. Whether you need one tooth replaced by a crown or the whole smile rejuvenated by dentures, implants can be the solution.
Loudon Dentistry provides restorative dentistry to Loudon, our immediate area, and all surrounding communities. Dr. Noble helps you restore your smile to its full health. For more information, call our practice and schedule your next appointment today!