Quality Restorative Solutions in Sioux Falls, SD Rebuild Your Teeth
When you’re struggling with tooth decay, an incomplete smile, or other dental problems, having a trusted dental team on your side can make all the difference in the world. At Family Dentistry of Sioux Falls, we’re here to provide experienced support and compassionate attention to help you regain your oral health. Don’t wait another day – contact our practice today to schedule an appointment with any of our four accomplished doctors.
Our available restorative services include the following:
- White Composite Fillings
- Porcelain Bridges and Porcelain Veneers
- Root Canal (endodontic) Treatments
- Removal of bad teeth and options to restore your smile
Same-Day CEREC Crowns
Full & Partial Dentures
Root Canal Treatments
When a badly broken, decayed, or infected tooth is facing extraction, a root canal is often recommended to allow the patient to keep the tooth and restore it to health and function. Advancements in technology and anesthesia have helped this procedure become more comfortable than ever before! Our doctors will carefully access the inner chamber of the tooth and clean the area. After sealing the inside of the root, a crown is typically recommended for protection and renewed strength. Studies show that the success rate of root canal therapy is over 95%. Call our office today if you are struggling with broken or painful teeth and let us help!
Dr. Bolen, Dr. Held, Dr. Cloyd, and Dr. Jones strive to help their patient’s keep their teeth for a lifetime. However, there are times when extraction becomes a necessity. The reason may be severe tooth decay, advanced periodontal disease, or a traumatic injury to the mouth. Whatever your specific situation is, you can rest assured that we’ll handle the process as smoothly and comfortably as possible here in Sioux Falls, SD. Relaxation options, such as nitrous gas, are available at our office. If there ever is a time you face losing teeth, our dentists will discuss restorative options with you, including bridges, implants, partial dentures, or full dentures.