Restorative Dentistry – Fair Oaks, CA

Bringing Damaged Smiles Back to Full Health

Teeth are impressively strong, but unlike most other parts of the body, they can’t repair themselves on their own. Leaving dental decay and damage untreated will only lead to worse problems later on. Our dental team at RnR Dentistry, led by Dr. Ramona Rivera, aims to keep your teeth as healthy, functional, and pain-free as possible through available smile-saving treatments options for restorative dentistry in Fair Oaks, CA. If you’ve been dealing with a broken or hurting tooth, please call us right away, so we can get to work on restoring your smile!


Why Choose RnR Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Friendly Dentist That Puts Patient Comfort First
  • Same-Day Appointments for Dental Emergencies
  • Dental Sedation & Other Relaxing Amenities Offered


Tooth-Colored Fillings

If you’re above a certain age, you’ve likely had cavities treated with traditional silver amalgam fillings. Chances are you’re familiar with the way they instantly shine a spotlight on your dental work. Tooth-colored fillings are a more modern, aesthetically pleasing solution. We apply a color-matched, malleable substance called composite resin to the decayed area, where it bonds directly to your enamel and perfectly mimics the way your tooth looks.


Dental Crowns

A dental crown is essentially a hollowed-out “cap” that sits over a decayed or damaged tooth to protect it from further harm. Crowns also build the tooth back up to its original structure, enabling you to chew without discomfort. Like fillings, dental crowns used to be primarily made from metal, but when we need to repair teeth that are visible in your smile, we can place crowns made from lifelike porcelain and other materials that seamlessly blend into your grin.


Tooth Extractions

Our team wants to help you keep your natural teeth for life, but in some situations, extracting a tooth is the healthiest choice for your smile as a whole. If a particular tooth is extremely damaged, decayed, or infected, it could put the rest of your teeth at risk. We’ll do everything we can to help you feel comfortable during and after your tooth extraction procedure. Then, Dr. Rivera can discuss your options for replacing the tooth, like a dental implant or bridge.