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Smile Brightly Again With Restorative Dentistry in Stone Mountain, GA

Missing, damaged, and diseased teeth can make it a lot harder to enjoy some of the simple things in life, like laughing with friends over a great meal. However, in our Stone Mountain, GA dentist office, Blankenship Family Dentistry can help eliminate these challenges using restorative dentistry.

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Dr. Blankenship and Dr. Jordan love repairing patients’ teeth and gums so they can once again enjoy smiling and eating without embarrassment and discomfort. Here is what you, too, can expect from our dental restorations:

  • Precision dental care to make biting and chewing easier.
  • Calming sedation through a small pill if needed.
  • A rejuvenated smile you will never want to hide.
  • Improved self-confidence so you can make better first impressions.
  • A younger, healthier, more attractive appearance.
  • Better overall oral health through easier oral hygiene.
  • Prevention of potentially serious health issues.

Reach out to us today to restore health and radiance to your smile! Call 770-766-8995 to speak with our friendly staff. Our Stone Mountain dentist office is easy to find at 1505 Lilburn-Stone Mountain Road, Suite 130.

Relax in Our Skilled Hands

Repairing your bite and your smile is easy in our competent, caring dentist office. Dr. Blankenship has been in private practice for over 31 years, so he has the experience and expertise you’d expect from a top-notch restorative dentist.

He and his daughter, Dr. Jordan Blankenship-Sniker, offer several services to help you smile and eat with ease again:

  • Tooth fillings– Our go-to filling is the natural-looking composite filling. It will provide sturdy, durable repair for a decayed tooth and blend in beautifully with your other teeth. If desired, we offer amalgam (silver) fillings as well.
  • Dental implant restoration– We work with a local specialist who will place dental implants in your jaw. You have several options we can then use to complete your new smile, including individual crowns, implant bridges, implant-retained dentures, and implant-supported dentures.
  • All-on-6 implant procedure– We can restore a complete arch of new teeth using only six carefully placed implants the oral surgeon has inserted in your jaw.
  • Dental crowns and bridges– Beautiful metal-free, porcelain crowns can repair your diseased or damaged teeth. Fixed bridges replace one or more missing teeth and secure on both ends to your natural teeth.
  • Root canal treatment– Our dentists are usually able to save a diseased tooth with this procedure. We will clean and sanitize the infected pulp (inner part of the tooth), then use 3D thermal imaging and slight pressure to fill the root canals with a rubber-like material.
  • Dentures– Conventional dentures offer a time-tested option for regaining your smile and making mealtimes more enjoyable. Choose either full dentures for a complete arch of teeth or partial dentures if you have some healthy teeth remaining.
  • Full-mouth reconstruction– If you need several restoration procedures, we can revive your smile and your oral health with complete rehabilitation. We’ll work with you to create a custom treatment plan that works with your needs, timeline, and budget.

To smile confidently and eat comfortably again with restorative dentistry, call us today at 770-766-8995. You can also use our online form for easy scheduling.

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