Restorative Dentistry


A dental bridge is a non-removable dental appliance that our dentist may place to complete your smile. Bridges can replace one or more missing teeth, depending on your needs. When a bridge is in place, it can give you a beautiful, complete smile and restore the function of your bite.

Bridges can give you the functional, radiant smile that you’ve been missing. Receiving your bridge will require just a few appointments at our Holladay, UT dental practice. For more information on bridges and restorative dentistry, or to schedule your consultation with our dentist, please give us a call today.

Composite Fillings

A composite filling is used by the dentist to repair a tooth that is affected by cracks, fractures, and decay. The composite or white fillings that we utilize can be created to closely match the color of your natural teeth for an aesthetic result.

The procedure for receiving a composite filling is simple. In a single appointment at our Holladay, UT dental practice, the dentist will remove the tooth decay, clean the healthy tooth, and place the composite filling. If you would like to schedule your next appointment with our dentist, we invite you to call our office soon.


For teeth that need more restoration than a composite filling can provide, our dentist may suggest a dental crown. Crowns (also known as caps) completely cover the tooth to restore it to an ideal size and shape. If desired, your custom crown can be created using tooth-colored materials, such as porcelain or composite-resin, for a more natural smile.

Crowns can lend strength and protection to weakened tooth structure. Our dentist will often place a crown over a tooth that has recently had endodontic treatment in order to protect it from fracturing in the future. To learn more about dental crowns or your other options for restoring your smile, please call our Holladay, UT dental practice today.


A denture is a removable dental appliance that is created to fit your mouth comfortably and replace your missing teeth. Dentures come in several forms, including complete dentures and partial dentures. Complete dentures are designed for mouths that are missing all teeth, while partial dentures should be used by those who have some natural teeth remaining.

No matter how many teeth you are missing, dentures can help restore function, form, and beauty to your smile. We invite you to call our Holladay, UT dental practice today to schedule your consultation with our dentist to learn more about dentures. You’ll be glad you did!

Endodontics (Root Canals)
When the nerve of a tooth becomes affected by infection or decay, endodontic therapy, more commonly known as a root canal, may be required to restore health and function to the tooth. Root canals are a wonderful option for most people with extensive decay because they do not harm the adjacent teeth. Once the root canal is complete, the dentist may recommend having a dental crown placed in order to protect the tooth.

To learn more about root canals or restorative dentistry in general, please call our Holladay, UT dental practice soon. We will gladly answer your questions about your dental treatment options.