Restorative Dentistry in Wayne, NJ

At Fine Dental Care in Wayne, NJ, we are dedicated to providing high-quality restorative dentistry services that bring back the natural function and beauty of your smile. Our expert team is here to help you boost your self-esteem and protect your oral health with a variety of restorative procedures.

From fillings and crowns to bridges and implants, we tailor our treatments to meet your unique needs. Trust us to restore your smile and enhance your quality of life!

Why Choose Fine Dental Care?

Restorative Dentistry in Wayne, NJ | Dr. Fine | Fine Dental CareDr. Bruce Fine has over 40 years of experience in the field. His professional honors include fellowships in the Academy of General Dentistry, the International Congress of Implantology, and the International Academy of Laser Dentistry. Dr. Fine is also a Master of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

Our practice cares for each patient individually, ensuring their comfort and making sure they feel welcome. We provide a full menu of dental services in a modern environment with state-of-the-art technology. Our goal is to make sure you have the best possible dental experience.

Benefits of Restorative Dentistry

  • Improves eating and speaking functions
  • Returns confidence in your smile
  • Reduces the risk of jaw pain by properly distributing bite force
  • Protects teeth from shifting into incorrect positions due to missing teeth
  • Ensures that teeth remain properly aligned for chewing and biting

Restorative Dental Procedures Offered

Here are the restorative procedures offered by Fine Dental Care:

Full Mouth Reconstruction

When a patient has many missing or compromised teeth, full mouth reconstruction can help to bring back complete function. Full mouth reconstruction involves a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures, including:

Some patients may also need orthodontic work to complete a full mouth reconstruction.

Bone Grafting

When patients lose teeth, their bodies slowly reabsorb parts of their jawbones where the root once stood. Jaw resorption causes the “sunken” look in the patient’s face associated with missing teeth. This resorption means there may not be sufficient bone mass to place a dental implant.

Bone graft surgery involves making an incision in the gum and opening a small part of the bone beneath. The dentist places a small amount of ground bone material (donor, animal, or artificial) in the bone and sutures the gum. The graft material will provide structure for new bone to grow.

Sinus Lifts

Dental implants require a minimum upper jawbone height to install. If the jawbone is too short, the implant screw may impinge on the sinus, causing pain and possible infection.

A sinus lift involves opening the gum to expose a small part of the upper jaw. The dentist gently repositions the membrane that lines the sinus. Finally, they place a bone graft in the upper jaw. When the bone graft heals, implant surgery can proceed.

Frequently Asked Questions About Restorative Dentistry

How long does a bone graft take to heal enough for a dental implant?

Typically, a bone graft takes about three to nine months to be ready for an implant.

How does the dentist determine whether I need a sinus lift?

The dentist will use advancing imaging techniques, such as the CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) scanner, to determine whether you have sufficient jaw bone height.

How long does a full mouth reconstruction take?

Full mouth reconstruction is a multi-step process that may take anywhere from three months to over a year.

Experience Expert Restorative Dentistry in Wayne, NJ

If you have missing, broken, or otherwise damaged teeth, contact Fine Dental Care to discover how we can help return your beautiful, natural smile using restorative dentistry.