Restorative Dentistry Renew Your Smile & Confidence
  • Don’t let damaged teeth get you down
  • Benefit from Dr. Doering’s decades of experience
  • Visit us as early as 7:30 a.m.

Repair Your Teeth With Help From a Tampa Restorative Dentist

Few people make it through life without getting a cavity, breaking a tooth, or suffering similar damage. Thankfully, no matter what is wrong with your smile, Dr. David Doering, a restorative dentist in Tampa, can fix it.

Our restorative dentistry will:

  • Make your smile look attractive again
  • Stop dental damage before it can get any worse
  • Allow you to chew in comfort and enjoy all your favorite foods
  • Give you a younger and healthier appearance
  • Improve your oral health and your overall health too

If you think you need restorative dental care, call us today at 813-590-6649. If you have a toothache, a broken tooth, or a similar emergency, we can often offer you a same-day appointment. We’re open as early as 7:30 a.m. and as late as 6 p.m.

Regain Full Smile Functionality With Restorative Treatments

Whether you’re suffering from dental decay or an infection, you’ll find a treatment to restore your smile’s healthy appearance and function:

  • Tooth Fillings – Our tooth-colored composite fillings blend beautifully into your smile, unlike metal fillings. They also don’t contain mercury.
  • Dental Crowns – Dr. Doering uses crowns to mend large cavities, broken teeth, and other problems. He can even use them to cover cosmetic imperfections like stains.
  • Inlays and Onlays – These restorations are often the right choice if your decay is too extensive for a cavity but not serious enough for a crown.
  • Root Canals – A root canal treatment can save an infected tooth, avoiding the need for an extraction and tooth replacement.

Replace Missing Teeth to Get Back Your Smile & Your Confidence

Missing teeth can have a devastating effect on your smile – but they don’t have to. You can replace teeth with:

  • Dental Implants – Since they can be restored with crowns, bridges, or dentures, implants can replace any number of teeth. They also stimulate your jaw the same way as natural tooth roots to keep the bone strong and intact.
  • Dental Bridges – You can replace one tooth or several teeth in a row with a bridge. Bridges can be attached to natural teeth or to implants.
  • Dentures – These restorations are often the most cost-effective way to replace most or all of your teeth.

If dental impressions are needed for your treatment, Dr. Doering can use hassle-free digital technology instead of gloppy goop to make them.

For an appointment with Dr. Doering, a trusted restorative dentist in Tampa, call 813-590-6649. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry include?

Restorative dentistry covers an assortment of dental services that replace and repair teeth. At Doering Family Dental, we offer a number of restorative dentistry treatments, like tooth-colored fillings, root canal treatment, dental crowns, bridges, dentures, and dental implants. There is no dental issue too small or too large that restorative dentistry can’t manage.

How much does restorative dentistry cost?

Because restorative dentistry covers such a vast array of services, the possible range of expense is just as extensive. Once you’ve come in for an initial assessment and we’ve taken a set of digital images, we can provide you an accurate idea of the cost involved for your dental work.

What is advanced restorative dentistry?

Advanced restorative dentistry describes complex treatments developed to repair substantial damage to your teeth. This kind of dental work exceeds an easy filling in regard to its capability to revive teeth. It could consist of placing a number of dental implants and attaching dentures or a set of fixed teeth to them, or perhaps performing a dental reconstruction to replace all your teeth.

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

Maintaining good oral health isn’t just about keeping your teeth and gums clean. You will also need dental treatment if problems arise like tooth decay, cavities, and oral infections. Restorative dentistry is designed to treat those types of problems – many of which can cause pain and disrupt the function of your teeth – to keep your smile healthy and help you eat comfortably.

Why get restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry helps you feel better about your smile – and yourself – by fixing teeth that have fallen into disrepair. Both your smile’s appearance and function will improve. In addition, restorative treatments can enhance your overall health by allowing you to eat healthier foods you may have been avoiding because of difficulty chewing.