32749 Franklin Rd Suite 200 Franklin, MI 48025

Restorative Dentistry Franklin, MI

Our restorative dental treatments replace missing teeth, remove gum disease, and treat bite problems. Dr. Jomana Shayota provides restorations in-office and works with oral surgeons and dental laboratories to provide dental implants and implant-secured restorations.

She also uses dental lasers and Botox for patients with gum disease and TMJ disorders, respectively. These treatment methods use advances in modern dentistry to provide effective results. Dr. Shayota also provides comprehensive dental services to patients in Franklin, MI.

Restorative Dentist in Franklin, MI

Restorative Dentistry in Franklin, MI

There are two goals in restorative dentistry in our Franklin, MI office: to restore the function of the teeth and to restore the appearance of the teeth. Our restorative dental treatments can help you get your smile back. Discover more about each of our restorative treatments and what they can do for your smile: 

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge can use the support of natural teeth or implants to replace rows of missing permanent teeth. Traditional dental bridges use crown-capped natural teeth to support false prosthetics. Dental implants can replace one or multiple teeth with stable titanium posts.

Dental Crown

A dental crown acts like a cap to fully cover and protect single teeth. Crowns can also cap off implants and secure traditional dental bridges. We also color-match dental crowns to ensure that they blend in with the natural smile. Crowns can provide durability and improve the appearance of one or more teeth. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants can restore one or more missing teeth, creating stable bites and improving the aesthetics of the smile. They are titanium posts that an oral surgeon places into the jaw bone. Once the implants are fully healed, they become a part of the smile.

Dentures & Partials

Partial and complete dentures replace rows and full arches of missing teeth. Traditional dentures lay on the gums and use adhesive to stay in place, while implant-secured dentures use implant posts to secure prosthetics. 

Gum Disease Treatment

Periodontitis, or gum disease, affects millions of Americans each year. Common symptoms of gum disease can include inflamed, red, bleeding, and sensitive gum tissue. Scaling, root planing, and gingivectomies with dental lasers can remove plaque, tartar, and infected gum tissue. If you want additional information on how Dr. Shayota diagnoses and treats gum disease, visit Periodontal Disease Treatment.

TMJ Treatment

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) are bite disorders that create tension and pain in the teeth, face, and jaw. We often recommend nightguards for patients with TMJ disorders because they fully cover teeth, preventing clenching and grinding. Botox is also an option for patients who experience migraines or orofacial pain from TMD. Dr. Shayota can inject Botox into key areas of the face to relax the facial muscles. For more information on how Dr. Shayota diagnoses and treats TMJ disorders, visit TMJ Treatment.  

Restorative Dentistry Q&A

Learn more about our restorative dental treatments with answers to these commonly asked questions: 

Do I have gum disease if my gums bleed regularly?

If your gums bleed when you brush your teeth, you most likely have gingivitis. Gingivitis, or gum inflammation, is a common problem. While gingivitis is a precursor to gum disease, it doesn’t mean that gum disease is inevitable. To prevent bleeding, begin to floss before you brush your teeth to remove bacterial buildup from your gums. You should see results once you consistently floss.

Am I a candidate for dental implants? 

Patients who are good candidates for dental implants are in good oral health and have enough jaw bone to support their implants. However, we can help ensure patients are candidates for implant treatment with bone grafting, periodontal treatment, and other treatments to improve the smile. 

Are dental crowns painful?

Before dental crown treatment, we will numb the treated tooth or teeth. Patients will not feel any pain during the dental crown treatment and can take over-the-counter pain medication after treatment to minimize any discomfort. Sticking to a soft diet directly after treatment can also prevent pain and sensitivity after crown treatment. 

Renew Your Smile 

Do you have missing or damaged teeth? Are you looking for treatment for gum disease or TMJ? Call Dental House and Aesthetics today at (248) 963-7925. Feel free to request a dental appointment with Dr. Shayota online. We serve patients from Birmingham, West Bloomfield, Troy, and Bloomfield Hills, MI.