Restorative dentistry


restorative dentistry

Dental tissue can be affected by many processes. The field of restoring lost dental tissue is called restorative or reconstructive dentistry. This involves for example repairing small cavities and inefficient fillings. With composite (white filling material) we restore the worn facets.

In order to restore larger defects and fillings crowns, inlays and bridges can be made. Single fillings as well as extensive restoration work in case of advanced wearing of the teeth, it can all be done in our practice.

In case of slight wearing the focus is on prevention. If there is question of advanced wearing complaints might develop, such as toothache when drinking warm or cold drinks, pain when eating, or pieces breaking off of teeth or molars due to them becoming thinner.

Eroded teeth can very well be rebuild with the help of white filling material (composite). This treatment is relatively easy, often painless, highly durable and gives nice results. However the treatment requires quite some expertise from the dentist. Our dentist Mallalai Berreklouw has considerable experience in (extensive) restoration work by means of composite.

We are members of The Royal Dutch Dental Association (KNMT).

Our health professionals are registered in the Dutch BIG register (Dutch Individual Health Care Professions Act).

Our dental hygienists are registered in the Quality Register Dental Hygienists (KRM).

Our dentists are also registered with the Quality Register for Dentists.