Restorative Dentistry Heber City

Make Your Teeth Look & Feel Like New

If you come to see us with a decayed, broken, or cracked tooth, we won’t give you a lecture, but rather a solution. We understand that nobody’s perfect and that life happens sometimes. No matter your issue, we can stop any pain, repair your teeth, and make you look and feel like nothing was wrong in the first place with restorative dentistry in Heber City.

Dental Crowns

Model of the mouth with a dental crown over one tooth

A tooth is prepared for a crown by removing a small amount of enamel from the top and sides of it followed by an impression. While you wait for your permanent crown, a temporary crown will be fitted to your tooth. Dental crowns are a way to protect teeth and build them back up.

Root Canal Treatment

Model of tooth showing the inner layers

A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is infected. During the root canal procedure, the nerve is removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Once this treatment is completed, the next step may be a crown. Without treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will become worse and may result in more complications.

Tooth Extractions

Dental forceps holding an extracted tooth

Although permanent teeth were meant to last a lifetime, there are several reasons why teeth may need to be extracted. Consult with Dr. May to learn about your options.

Wisdom Tooth Extractions

X ray of teeth with the wisdom teeth highlighted red

There are several benefits to removing wisdom teeth. Talk with our dentist to learn about the best decision for you.

Restorative Dentistry FAQs

Why do I need to fix a tooth that doesn’t hurt?

Unfortunately, not every cavity will give us symptoms of pain, but treating the cavity early on can prevent teeth from needing more extensive treatment like root canals or extractions.

Is it necessary to fix baby teeth?

Keeping baby teeth healthy is very important for the health of your little ones. Baby teeth can actually get infected when not treated, resulting in the tooth needing to be removed. When a child loses a tooth early, it complicates how the permanent tooth will come into the mouth.