Restorative Dentistry

Tired of struggling with tooth loss or loose, wobbly dentures?

At Ironside Advanced Dental in the Sydney CBD, we utilise restorative dentistry to repair tooth function and improve overall oral health. Restorative treatments such as dental implants are designed to replace teeth. We maintain that everyone deserves a healthy smile that lasts, and with our restorative treatments.

What is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is a form of dental treatment that looks specifically at the strength, integrity and functionality of your smile. It’s all about restoring your smile to its former look, feel, form and function. When the smile does not function as it should, it can cause many issues that we usually take for granted. The very simplest things in life can become difficult, such as speaking or eating.
Are you unhappy with your smile due to tooth loss, brittle or weakened teeth? If your smile has become weak due to injury, tooth loss or damage, at Ironside Advanced Dental we use some of the most advanced and state-of-the-art dental treatments used to date to enhance the function of your smile.

Our restorative dental treatments designed for longevity

Our advanced dental technologies and techniques have allowed us to provide some of the most effective restorative treatments available. A few of our restorative treatments designed to bring stability, function and aesthetics to your smile include:

Be treated by a true restorative dentist

Dr Jim Ironside is an esteemed and fully qualified prosthodontist, which means he has undergone advanced training to be able to restore, beautify and enhance the look and function of his patients’ smiles. Where a typical dentist is trained to identify an issue and treat it, a prosthodontist is trained to identify an issue, understand how this issue affects the mouth as a whole, and recommend specific treatments to optimise the results.

Dr Ironside takes a holistic approach to your restorative needs, and can expertly assess your condition to gain a greater understanding of not only your dental desires but also your dental needs.

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