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Restorative Dentistry in Johnstown: Bring Back Your Flawless Smile

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An accident, neglect, and simple wear and tear can often leave a smile not looking or feeling its best, but at Elements Dental, we’re able to restore even the most damaged teeth and give our patients their confident smiles back. Whether you have chipped, cracked, broken, decayed, or missing teeth, we’ll have the exact solution you need. Dr. Wolt, Dr. Salaita, Dr. Shayesteh, and our team are ready to help you reclaim your beautiful smile and to get started, all you need to do is contact us today.

Dental Implants

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If you have a damaged or missing tooth, Elements Dental offers implants to repair it and leave you with a new, beautiful tooth. Implants are highly effective and very common. The procedure consists of replacing the root of the damaged or missing tooth with a small titanium post that acts as an anchor for a new one. Once placed, the resulting tooth is strong, fully functional, and tinted to match your natural tooth color.

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

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Our team of experts is able to handle even the most complex dental cases with relative ease. If you have multiple dental problems that can’t be fixed with just one procedure, then we can fully restore your smile’s shine with a full mouth rehabilitation. With it, we can bring back even the most damaged smile’s appearance and function at the same time, no matter what state it is in now.

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Crowns & Bridges

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Whether you have decayed, fractured, or missing teeth, crowns, and bridges can help bring them back. A crown can restore a tooth’s original shape and size and even be used with a dental implant or bridge to replace missing ones. And, thanks to CEREC technology, we can often design, fabricate, and place one in just one visit.

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Inlay & Onlay Restorations

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Elements Dental offers inlay and onlay restorations to repair teeth that have been damaged by defective fillings, decay, or trauma. Made of a composite or porcelain material, inlays/onlays are custom-fitted to your teeth and permanently bonded. Compared to crowns, inlays/onlays are less invasive, providing a more comfortable alternative along with long-lasting, beautiful results.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Tooth-colored fillings are made of a composite resin, and they enable us to repair a small cavity or slightly damaged tooth without affecting its appearance like a traditional amalgam filling. This material can be specially shaded to blend in with a natural tooth, and because it is metal-free, it also won’t make a tooth more sensitive to hot and cold temperatures either.

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Full & Partial Dentures

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If you are missing multiple teeth, then dentures offer a quick, reliable, and affordable way to replace them. Whether you are missing a just few teeth or an entire row, we can provide you with a denture that will help you smile with confidence and enjoy your favorite foods without a second thought.

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Root Canal Therapy

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When decay reaches the nerve of a tooth, a root canal is necessary to prevent the removal of the tooth. At Elements Dental, we use the most up-to-date procedures and modern technology to perform root canals that are more comfortable and effective than those in the past. The procedure consists of removing infection or decay from the tooth, sealing it with a permanent filling, and placing a crown over it to protect it from further damage. Once completed, you will have a fully functional, strong, and healthy tooth.

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Tooth Extractions

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Extractions can be necessary due to extensive decay, permanent damage, orthodontic treatments, or dentures. In any case, Dr. Wolt will perform your extraction with precision while minimizing any pain or discomfort you might feel. Replacements, such as dental implants or dentures, can fill in any gaps and prevent the other teeth from shifting while improving your smile.

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