Restorative Dentistry in Fishers, IN

Dr. Marie Holt and Dr. Anya Chowdhary offer revolutionary smile transformations with countless individuals, using state-of-the-art treatments and techniques to offer tailored restorative dentistry solutions. At Holt Dental, we pride ourselves on delivering top-notch restorative dentistry services in Fishers, IN, and beyond. Focusing on high-tech, comfortable, and effective solutions ensures our patients receive the long-lasting smile restoration they deserve, whether it's a filling, crown, or a tooth replacement like dental implants.

Dental Crowns

Restorative dentists at Holt Dental, Dr. Holt and Dr. AnyaDental crowns are a popular restorative dentistry solution because they can do so much. A dental crown is used to repair damaged or broken teeth, fill gaps created by missing teeth and use durable tooth-colored materials that look natural!

Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings

Tooth-colored dental fillings are state-of-the-art dental filling material. They're color matched to blend perfectly with teeth, and they're also amalgam free. Our Fishers dental office uses them whenever possible to give you a beautiful smile that lasts for years!

Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and onlays are restorative dental procedures that can be used to repair mild or moderately decayed teeth. They're also used to fill gaps created by missing teeth, and they're designed to blend in with your smile.

Inlays are made from porcelain, gold, or ceramic materials bonded onto your tooth's surface. Onlays are similar, except they're made from a precious metal such as platinum rather than porcelain or ceramic--and they cover more of the surface area of your tooth than an inlay would do alone!

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are the most common and least expensive way to replace a missing tooth. They're also known as fixed partial dentures, connecting teeth directly adjacent to the missing tooth. Traditional dental bridges use crowns on surrounding natural teeth to anchor artificial ones in place; implant-retained bridges use dental implants instead of natural teeth for anchoring purposes.

Dental Implants

Permanent dental implants are the most natural-looking way to replace lost or missing teeth. They're designed to look, feel and function like your own teeth! A titanium post is permanently anchored into your jawbone and is an anchor for a replacement tooth. The restoration is placed below the gum line, blending with other natural teeth.

Removable Dentures

woman smiling after getting new removable denturesRemovable dentures are an economical, aesthetically pleasing solution for filling gaps and replacing missing teeth. They can be custom-crafted to fit your mouth perfectly and seamlessly.

Removable partial dentures are appliances that replace missing teeth with natural-looking substitutes held in place by clasps or other devices (e.g., ties). They consist of a framework that fits over the remaining teeth and gum tissue, with artificial crowns attached using clasps or other devices such as ties or springs that connect directly to the jawbone (abutments).

Root Canal Therapy

Our dentists perform root canal therapy to remove infected areas of the pulp of the tooth - its soft, inner section of the tooth. Left untreated, infected areas of the tooth can result in severe pain, and even death of the tooth. Gentle root canal therapy can save the tooth, allow for proper healing, and lead to further strengthening of the tooth.

Through each preventive dental visit, our dentists work to detect a potential need for root canal therapy early on, before infection has the chance to spread. After the infection has been treated, the affected tooth will be sealed with a custom-shaded dental crown to complete the restoration. When you need root canal therapy, you can trust our Fishers, IN dental team to provide gentle care for lasting results! 

Schedule Your Restorative Dentistry Appointment Today!

At Holt Dental, we're proud to offer restorative dentistry solutions that are gentle, high-tech, and designed to meet your needs. Call our office today to schedule your appointment!

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