Restorative Dentistry in Silver Spring, MD
Dr. David Rever has a combination of specialized training and experience in general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Not only is he an experienced dentist in Silver Spring, but he is also a member of the International Association for Orthodontics. Meaning, instead of referring you to another specialist, Dr. Rever can handle your orthodontic treatments as well. No need to travel when all your dentistry needs can be achieved in our Silver Spring dentist office. At your convenience, we offer a variety of customized restorative treatments:
We devote our time and care to patients who may suffer from cracked, missing, or damaged teeth. If left untreated, simple dental problems can become advanced issues. We are prepared to handle any dental problem in our Silver Spring dentist office, but it is important to get your teeth checked regularly to avoid complex problems. With the use of advanced dental technology, your restorative dentistry consultation will include:
- Dental cleaning
- Oral cancer screening
- Testing for tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth damage
- Bite analysis
- Treatment planning
Restorative dentistry focuses on fixing the core issue versus only treating the symptoms. We want to restore your oral health and improve your smile aesthetics. Proper diagnosis is essential to conservatively treat your dental concerns.
Learn More About Full-Mouth Reconstruction
How do you feel about the appearance of your smile? If you feel uncomfortable with the way your smile looks, but know a single procedure won’t be enough to help, talk to our team. We can provide a full-mouth reconstruction to address multiple cosmetic and restorative concerns.
If you have lost one or more teeth we can improve your smile by placing dental implants. This prosthetic replaces both the root and crown of the tooth, stimulating jawbone growth and helping preserve your facial structure. They can also last a lifetime if you take proper care of your smile.
If you experience pain in your jaw or face as a result of TMJ disorder or bruxism (teeth grinding) the doctor can recommend treatment options. To ease the strain on the jaw joints and reduce the symptoms of TMJ and bruxism, the doctor may suggest Invisalign to correct malocclusion, or possibly the placement of restorations. A custom-made oral appliance worn at night can also help treat these common oral health concerns by easing the strain on the jaw joints and placing a barrier between the upper and lower teeth.
Porcelain veneers are restorations made from very thin shells of porcelain. We place them over the front of the tooth to close gaps, correct the appearance of misalignment, mask discoloration, or reshape malformed or misshapen teeth. We can use them to completely change the appearance of your teeth with one procedure.
Tooth decay and periodontal disease can both affect the health and appearance of your smile, leading to uncomfortable symptoms and in advanced stages, the risk of adult tooth loss. We can use scaling and root planing or laser surgery to reverse gingivitis in the early stages or successfully manage periodontal disease. We can also place a filling or crown to treat tooth decay and restore the appearance of your smile.
After a comprehensive exam, Dr. Rever will develop a detailed plan to restore your smile. Our specialized, thorough, and advanced restorative treatment will leave you feeling confident about your new smile. Request an appointment online today.