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Cambridge Dental Restorations

Restore Your Healthy and Beautiful Smile

Your teeth are extremely strong but can be damaged by injury or decay. We use dental restorations to repair the damage, protect your teeth, and restore your healthy smile.


Dental restoration combines art and science to repair damaged teeth and restore the appearance of your smile. We use state-of-the-art dental materials and treatment procedures to design restorations that are functional, durable, and as strong as natural teeth. At the same time, we use advanced design technology and artistic skill to create restorations that match the shape and shade of your natural teeth to restore the appearance of your smile.

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Fillings are used to repair cavities caused by tooth decay. They protect the tooth from further decay and restore its structural integrity. We offer composite fillings that match the shade of your natural teeth.

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Crowns are used to cover and completely restore a tooth that has been severely damaged by decay or injury, or after root canal treatment. The crown fits over the injured tooth and restores its strength.

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Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and onlays look like fillings, but they are produced in a dental laboratory and cemented into place in the tooth being repaired. They are used to strengthen teeth that can't be repaired with fillings.

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We use bridges to restore one or multiple missing teeth in a row. The bridge consists of synthetic replacement teeth that are attached to the remaining natural teeth adjacent to the missing teeth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are metal fillings bad for me?

No. Dentists have been using metal fillings to repair cavities for almost a century. Studies have shown that metal fillings can release trace amounts of mercury, but the amount released is extremely small and poses no health risk to patients. If you are concerned about metal fillings, ask your dentist about options such as composite fillings.

No. Tooth whitening treatments don’t work on the composite materials used to produce dental restorations. Your dentist may recommend other options to change the shade of your bridge, crown, or fillings.

In most cases, dental restorations should last approximately ten years with proper care. Restorations can be damaged if you eat hard or sticky foods, chew your fingernails, or play sports without a mouthguard.

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