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Restorative Dentistry – Falls City, NE

Creating Healthier Smiles That Look Natural

Nearly everybody will encounter a cavity or accident that causes dental damage in their lifetime. In the past, the only way to treat these issues was to place highly noticeable and unreliable restorations, like metal fillings or crowns. Our team at Kobza Dental uses the latest dental technology that has been tested and proven to be effective to craft beautiful, customized, and durable restorations that perfectly integrate with your smile and enhance your oral health.

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Why Choose Kobza Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Tooth-colored fillings are made of a composite resin material, which gives them numerous advantages over traditional silver fillings. Firstly, they can be specially shaded to completely blend in with surrounding enamel, making them practically invisible within the mouth. They also bond directly to the enamel (regular fillings don’t), which enables our team to preserve more of your natural tooth while repairing it. The end result is a tooth that looks great and can be trusted to last for many years.

Dental Crowns

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Dental crowns are cap-like restorations that are custom-made to fit over the biting surface of a tooth that lies above the gumline. They’re a great way to strengthen and protect teeth that are damaged, misshapen, or have been treated with procedures like root canal therapy. They can be made from a variety of materials, including metal, but many of our patients prefer natural-looking ceramic or porcelain crowns. To learn more about this restoration, click on the link below.

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Same-Day Dental Crowns

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Kobza Dental is the only practice in Falls City with the ability and advanced technology to craft same-day dental crowns. In order to do this, we use an in-office milling machine and CAD/CAM technology to build a digital blueprint of your crown and craft it from a solid block of porcelain. The entire process takes about two hours, on average, and that includes the preparation, crafting of the crown, and the crown placement. To learn more about the modern technology we use to make this happen, click on the link below.

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