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Restorative dental treatments

Restorative dental treatments are procedures that are designed to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. These treatments can improve both the function and appearance of the teeth, and can help to restore the patient's confidence in their smile. There are several different types of restorative dental treatments, ranging from simple fillings to complex dental implants.

One of the most common restorative dental treatments is a filling. Fillings are used to repair teeth that have been damaged by decay or trauma, and are typically made from materials such as composite resin or amalgam. Another common restorative dental treatment is a crown, which is used to cover and protect a damaged or weakened tooth. Crowns can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, metal, or a combination of both. For patients who are missing one or more teeth, restorative dental treatments such as bridges or dental implants may be recommended. Bridges are a type of dental restoration that involves using a false tooth to bridge the gap between two natural teeth, while dental implants involve surgically placing an artificial tooth root into the jawbone and attaching a custom-made crown on top. Overall, restorative dental treatments are an important part of maintaining good oral health and can help patients achieve a healthier, more confident smile.


Varkerulet 75. (Pannonia Hotel)

H-9400 Sopron


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Monday - Friday

09:00 – 16:30