Treatment Options to Repair Your Teeth

Dónti Dental offers a comprehensive range of restorative dentistry options and dental therapies to uniquely address its patients’ needs.


At Dónti Dental, restorative fillings are performed with tooth colored, composite material. Composite fillings require less tooth preparation and blend in with your natural tooth enamel and restore tooth function.

Porcelain Inlays / Onlays

If a tooth is broken or decayed and cannot sustain a restorative filling, and does not necessitate a crown, then porcelain inlays or onlays may be the most effective treatment method to rebuild the tooth. These restorations, conservative in nature, are bonded to the damaged area of the tooth.


Porcelain crowns are full restorative procedures used to repair teeth that are susceptible to breakage. It helps gives back functionality and appearance to teeth that are decayed beyond what a filling or inlay can repair. Crowns are mostly placed over teeth that have had root canal therapy. These restorations help maintain the health and stability of your tooth for years to come.


Dental bridges are one of the most traditional treatments used for replacing a missing tooth. It is similar to two porcelain crowns with a false tooth in between. It is placed on top of the two adjacent teeth where the tooth is missing, creating a “bridge” between the two.

Partial Dentures

When implants or bridges aren’t the best option, removable partial dentures can be used to replace missing teeth. A partial denture is mounted on a low-profile acrylic or metal base that conforms to the arch of your smile. It is held in place by direct retainers. Patients can remove and reinsert the prosthesis when required without professional help. They may take a little while to get used to, but partial dentures help support your jaw structure and have your smile looking great again.

Full Mouth Dentures

Dr. Cangé’s goal is to help patients keep their natural teeth. Patients in need of full mouth dentures can have the necessary extractions performed at chairside. A temporary denture can be used for esthetics and chewing until the permanent prosthetic is ready.


Dental implants are now considered the preferred choice for tooth replacement. A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the jaw bone to support a dental prosthesis. Modern dental implants fuse with the bone through the biological process known as Osseo integration. Successful Osseo integration depends on healthy bone and gingiva. A well-integrated implant fixture can last 10-15 years.

Root Canals

If you’ve had dental abscesses or decay that are deep into the root of the tooth or the pulp tissue is irreversibly damaged by bacterial invasion, tooth fracture, or trauma, then root canal therapy may be necessary to save your natural tooth.

Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is commonly performed to remove wisdom teeth, extract severely decayed teeth, treat advanced periodontal disease, or prepare the mouth for dentures and repair jaw problems. It can also be used for orthodontic correction of malpositioned teeth, fractured teeth or roots, or impacted teeth. Minor extractions and bony impactions, such as wisdom tooth removal, serial extractions of teeth prior to orthodontic treatment, or advanced periodontal disease treatment, are available to our patients.

Full Mouth Restorations

Quantity doesn’t equal quality. Dr. Cangé believes in preserving as much natural tooth structure as possible, which means our patients receive minimally invasive treatments to restore their oral health. A combination of several treatment options may be used in full mouth restorations to help rebuild and restore your smile. Dr. Cangé will carefully go over each treatment option with you and help you select the most beneficial restorative procedure.