Restorative Dentist In North Palm Beach

If your teeth have been damaged due to decay or an injury, or if you’re missing one or more teeth, Seaglass Dental Care offers a wide range of restorative dental options to get you smiling again. Dr. Schmitt has years of experience restoring smiles, and whether you need a simple filling, root canal therapy, or dentures, he can help you get back to a carefree smile.

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Benefits of Restorative Dentistry

  • Restore the natural appearance and functionality of your teeth.

  • Prevent dental issues related to missing and damaged teeth.
  • Get your confidence back and smile again with ease.
  • We offer financing and accept most dental insurances to offer treatment within your budget.
Dr. Schmitt focuses on comprehensive dentistry in North Palm Beach, so we offer a full suite of restorative services at our dental office. From repairing the smallest cavity to replacing missing teeth, we can treat a wide range of issues to meet the needs of every patient who walks through our door.
Fillings are the best way to treat a cavity, halt its progression, and restore your tooth. We offer tooth-colored composite fillings that are designed to perfectly match the color of your enamel and restore the appearance and functionality of your decayed tooth. Composite fillings provide a strong, long-lasting, and aesthetically-pleasing solution for patients suffering from tooth decay.
If you are missing one or multiple teeth, we offer both partial and full dentures to help you eat, speak, and smile again with confidence. Partial dentures attach to your remaining healthy teeth and quickly restore your smile even if you’re missing multiple teeth throughout your mouth. Full dentures are recommended for patients who are missing most or all of their teeth. This restorative option can reverse years of damage to your smile and get you back to your normal, day-to-day life.
Tooth infections can be caused by severe tooth decay or an oral injury that exposes the vulnerable, nerve-filled pulp to oral bacteria. Without proper care, an infected tooth will eventually fall out, so don’t neglect your smile if you notice signs of decay! We offer root canals, and we can quickly remove infected pulp to get you out of pain and ensure that your molars and premolars stay strong and healthy.
Dental crowns are also known as “caps” because they’re intended to cover up the entire chewing surface of your damaged tooth, protecting the remaining enamel and structure from further harm.
If you’re missing a tooth, two dental crowns can be used to create a bridge and restore the form and function of your smile. The crowns are attached to two healthy “abutment” teeth on either side of the empty space, and they are used to support a pontic (false tooth) that literally “bridges” the gap between your teeth.