Restorative Dentistry Arlington Heights

Repairing Damaged Teeth for Flawless Smiles

Man in plaid shirt smiling after restorative dentistry in Arlington Heights

Getting you out of dental pain and back to enjoying great oral health is an important priority for Dr. Jay DeHart and Dr. Ernie Costello. We aren’t interested in judging patients or causing them to feel nervous – in fact, our staff is dedicated to offering a safer, more comfortable experience overall. Whether you’re experiencing minor decay or serious tooth loss, several options for restorative dentistry in Arlington Heights are available that can meet your needs and exceed your expectations. Contact Costello & DeHart Dental Excellence today to schedule an appointment for you or a family member!

Why Choose Costello & DeHart Dental Excellence for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Mess-Free Digital Impression System
  • High-Quality, Natural-Looking Materials Used
  • Same-Day Crowns for Faster Results

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated row of teeth with white fillings

Nearly everyone will need a filling at one point or another in their life to correct tooth decay. Thankfully, the process is simple and comfortable. At Costello & DeHart Dental Excellence, we’re happy to offer composite resin, tooth-colored fillings as an alternative to the traditional amalgam material. This quality material can be shaded to closely match your natural smile, and because of the lack of metal, it’s not sensitive to changes in temperature. They’re also durable and conservative, allowing patients to maintain more of the treated tooth’s natural healthy structure. We can use composite resin to replace silver fillings, revitalize areas with deteriorating fillings, and even treat minor fractures and cracks.

Same-Day Dental Crowns

Milling machine creating a same day dental crown

A CEREC same-day dental crown is designed to fully cover the remaining shape of a natural tooth, restoring much-needed strength, protection, and aesthetic value without requiring extraction. Our doctors are likely to recommend these crowns in several situations, including:

  • Significant tooth decay that can’t be repaired with a filling.
  • A dental injury.
  • Noticeable cosmetic concerns, like misshapen tooth structure.
  • Restoring a tooth treated with a dental implant.
  • Restoring a tooth treated with root canal treatment.

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