Denver Broncos Hall-of-Fame football player Dave Logan is a popular radio host and television personality.
He wanted a sharper-looking smile for both professional and personal reasons, so he chose Dr. Kemmet and Incredible Smiles (offering restorative dentistry in Denver) for his restorative dentistry. Many people don’t realize that when they want dental work done they also may need some periodontics (the structures around the teeth) adjustments. We designed a plan that would improve the look and overall health of Dave’s mouth, repairing and replacing damaged teeth and gums affected by past injuries and old, deteriorating dental work. And we’re proud of the results. Dave says he feels incredible, and we think he looks and sounds incredible, too!
SERVICE: Restorative Dentistry
Old mercury fillings, old unsightly crowns and old composites that have become discolored are replaced. Cracked or missing teeth are repaired using leading-edge materials and dental implant technology.
BENEFITS: A healthier mouth and a beautifully restored smile.
TIME FRAME: Two to three visits over a four-to-eight week period.
Restorative dentistry uses leading-edge materials and technology to address the health of the entire mouth so it will function properly for years to come without frequent visits to the dentist. The restorative dentist repairs cracked or missing teeth and replaces old mercury fillings, ugly crowns and old composites that have become discolored or dysfunctional. It also means restoring implants for missing teeth. Partials and dentures are sometimes needed when more than a few teeth are missing.
Restorative Dentistry and the Restorative Dentist
Restorative dentistry means so many things. We like to think about it as restoring your mouth to optimal health. We do this with the use of teeth cleanings, fillings, implants to replace missing teeth, crowns, veneers, and the most advanced dental technology available today. As a Boulder restorative dentist, Dr. Kemmet stays current with her continuing education to offer you a great service with restorative dentistry. To find out more about restorative dentistry see the general dentistry section.