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Quality Restorations for Your Smile

Restorative Dentistry Atlanta

Tooth decay is the most widespread chronic disease in the United States. Meanwhile, more than 90% of adults have had a cavity in at least one permanent tooth. Removing diseased tooth structure can save a tooth, but the loss can leave the tooth weak and unable to bite and chew. Although teeth cannot repair themselves, they aren’t necessarily doomed when damaged, broken, or infected with disease. We employ a wide range of restorative dentistry treatments at our Atlanta office to help compromised smiles regain their full function and aesthetic charm. 

Dental Implants

With dental implants, dentures and other dental prostheses can function as well as your natural teeth without the worry of movement and slippage. Dental implants are surgically-inserted titanium posts that can support any dental prosthesis, including a dental crown for single tooth. An oral surgeon expertly places dental implants and performs any prerequisite surgical procedures, including jawbone grafts and sinus lifts. Once the surgical site is healed, we can provide you with the custom restoration you need to achieve a full, functional smile.


Dentures have helped generations of patients overcome the difficulty of missing teeth. These custom prosthetic teeth can restore the ability to chew and properly enunciate following tooth loss. We provide traditional full and partial dentures, as well as implant-supported dentures. Today, dentures are stronger, more comfortable, and more natural-looking than ever before.


If tooth decay reaches the inner portion of your tooth (the pulp, which consists of nerves and blood vessels), endodontic treatment may be necessary to salvage the outer portion of the tooth. Also known as a root canal, this treatment involves the removal of the pulp, the sealing of the tooth's outer structure. The final step is usually the placement of a custom dental crown.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Not all reconstructive dental cases can be resolved with a single procedure. A full mouth reconstruction consists of a combination of treatments and techniques designed to correct your dental function and alignment. Treatments can include endodontics, orthodontic treatment, and tooth replacement. If extensive dental work is needed, we offer a variety of sedation options to help you relax during treatment, as well as local anesthesia to minimize discomfort. Depending on the extent of a full mouth reconstruction, Dr. Ross and Dr. Shah will partner with various dental specialists to ensure you receive the best attention in all aspects of your treatment.

Dental Crowns and Bridges

When a tooth is cracked, fractured, broken, or affected by decay, a root canal treatment is often necessary to ensure that the exposed pulp is clear of infection. The final step in this process is the placement of a dental crown. Commonly referred to as a cap, a dental crown fits completely over the top portion of a tooth, and can absorb bite impact to protect it from further damage. Dental crowns are crafted in a special dental lab, and are made from porcelain, E-Max, metal, zirconia, or a combination of porcelain and metal, depending on each specific case. 

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays are special dental prosthetics used to augment a tooth compromised by trauma or decay. Unlike a dental crown, inlays and onlays replace only a portion of a natural tooth, rather than covering the entire tooth. Our ultra-precise technology allows us to create fully customized porcelain restorations that will fit your tooth exactly, achieving a natural appearance as well as significant structural support.


A filling can be a good option if you have a small to moderately sized cavity. A common restorative treatment, dental fillings can repair cavities and minor tooth damage to restore your dental function. If you have a toothache or have been diagnosed with a cavity, Dr. Ross or Dr. Shah will conduct a full exam to determine if a filling is a suitable treatment for you. During this appointment, he can also discuss your health needs and cosmetic goals with you to determine the right type of filling. 

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