Dental damage and decay can happen to anyone. Here at Trinity Dental, our team isn’t interested in making you feel judged or ashamed about the state of your smile – instead, we want to help you turn things around in an environment where you feel comfortable and valued. Our restorative dentistry services are designed to treat minor injuries, lost teeth, and everything in between so you get back to feeling great about your oral health as soon as possible! Feel free to contact our dental office today if you have any questions, or if you’re ready to schedule an appointment with Dr. Angelo Julovich for restorative dentistry in Zionsville, IN, we look forward to hearing from you soon.
If you’re missing one or more consecutive teeth or have a severely decayed or damaged tooth, you can benefit from one of our natural-looking, custom-tailored dental crowns or bridges. Once placed, these restorations can help protect your existing natural teeth from further harm and help you regain the complete function of your smile. Patients typically choose to have them custom-made from natural-looking ceramic or porcelain so they flawlessly incorporate into their mouth.
Tooth-colored fillings offer many benefits over their traditional amalgam counterparts. By using composite resin material, Dr. Julovich can create a filling that blends in with your current tooth, preserves more of your healthy tooth structure, and helps you avoid the sensitivity to temperature that metallic fillings cause.
Missing a couple of teeth might be seen by patients as an inconvenience, but missing most or even all of them quickly becomes a nightmare making even simple activities like eating and speaking embarrassingly difficult. Dr. Julovich helps you regain a reliable smile with a custom-made full or partial denture. Both designs are personalized to suit your unique mouth and restorative needs, and because they’re removable they are easily cleaned and stored. If you’re looking for a more stable solution, implant-retained dentures are also available at our Zionsville dental office!
There’s a lot going on beneath the surface of your smile. In fact, just under your teeth are the roots and root canals, which become infected in cases of severe decay or traumatic injury. With root canal therapy, Dr. Julovich cleans out dangerous bacteria and protects hurting teeth from the threat of extraction. Despite its bad reputation, patients shouldn’t let the words “root canal” strike fear into their hearts –this procedure has an impressively high success rate, and with today’s advancements in anesthesia and technology, it’s more comfortable than ever before.