Restorative Dentistry in Annapolis

We offer our patients a variety of restorative procedures in order to fix missing, chipped or cracked teeth, along with providing dental implants and dentures so you can love your smile each and everyday.

What is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dental procedures can be implemented to replace damaged, decayed or missing teeth to restore your smile to its optimal function and appearance. Restorative procedures include cavity fillings, crowns and bridges, dental implants, dentures, and more.

restorative dentistry in Annapolis

Our Treatments


To restore damaged or missing tooth structure, a custom-made crown is usually your best bet. Our Annapolis dentists match the shade, shape, and appearance of your existing teeth and ensure the proper fit so you can get back to eating, chewing, and smiling as you normally would.


Cavities happen despite all our best intentions. Filling cavities promptly ensure that the decay doesn’t lead to further complications down the road, such as requiring tooth replacement or root canals. Our dentists can quickly and comfortably fill your cavity in-house so you can restore your smile to its optimal health.


For patients missing teeth, another restorative option is a bridge that can literally “bridge the gap” between your missing teeth. The bridge is made up of a false tooth or teeth held in place by dental crowns, restoring both the function and appearance of your smile.

Dental Implants

Dental implants replace single teeth, multiple teeth, or even retain a full set of dentures. They provide a secure foundation for a beautiful, long-lasting smile that can completely transform your self confidence.


For patients with many missing teeth, a full set of dentures can be the best choice, helping patients achieve a restored smile that looks and functions just like natural teeth.

Nitrous Oxide

We provide nitrous oxide or “laughing gas” as an option for patients during restorative procedures. While our aim is always to keep you as comfortable as possible with minimally invasive techniques, we know that some patients have dental anxiety or concerns that can benefit from light sedation.