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Restorative Dental Care in Louisville, Kentucky

Restorative

Whether you are dealing with a broken tooth or a child with some plaque damage, we can help. Our office performs restorative dental care on damaged teeth. When you bring your child in, we will explain to your child what it means to prevent damage, and if there is damage, we'll also clarify what the best solution is. Dr. William E. Kemper, DMD Pediatric Dentistry uses great techniques to help restore the teeth as fast as possible. Your child will feel better in no time.

Relieving Your Child of Pain

There is nothing worse than driving a screaming child with a toothache to the dentist office. Your child only wants one thing: to end the pain. Our team of experts can fix any damage or discomfort easily. Your child will get that relief they need straightaway. If you notice your child has constant discomfort and can't seem to eliminate the issue with at-home oral hygiene practices, come and see us, so we can get rid of any further pain.

Crowns and Bridges

Although preventive care can help to avoid more invasive treatments, sometimes crowns and bridges are inevitable for damaged teeth. Crowns can be made of porcelain, acrylic, gold, metal allows, or ceramic and we can customize them to match your child's tooth. A bridge, on the other hand, is used if you are missing one or more teeth. Gaps are common for young children as their teeth are growing in, and we may need to use bridges to help your child's teeth grow in place correctly.

Healthy Teeth

Although preventive care can help to avoid more invasive treatments, sometimes crowns and bridges are inevitable for damaged teeth. Crowns can be made of porcelain, acrylic, gold, metal allows, or ceramic and we can customize them to match your child's tooth. A bridge, on the other hand, is used if you are missing one or more teeth. Gaps are common for young children as their teeth are growing in, and we may need to use bridges to help your child's teeth grow in place correctly.