Restorative Dentistry

Over time, many people find that they don’t love their smile as much as they once did. What used to look healthy and bright starts to dull as a person grows older. Luckily, there are treatments that can restore the smile you once loved.

Restorative dentistry focuses on treating disease, repairing damage, and strengthening smiles. At Aurentz Family Dental, we offer restorative dental treatments that help you love your smile again.

We know how important it is to have a healthy smile you love. Your smile affects how you feel about yourself and a great smile can give you the confidence needed to succeed in your professional and personal life.




At Aurentz Family Dental, we offer a variety of restorative treatments including:

  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Full and partial dentures

Our goal is to make sure any repairs made to your teeth enhance your smile. We use tooth-colored or composite fillings to mimic the look of your natural teeth. They blend well with your smile, while also serving a reparative, functional purpose.

Repairing Chipped, Damaged, or Decaying Teeth

Do you have fractured or chipped teeth, or are you experiencing significant decay? We offer a variety of metal-free crowns that can strengthen and repair your teeth. And if you need to remove a tooth or teeth, we can offer you a variety of options, including implants, bridges, or partial or full dentures.

Our goal at Aurentz Family Dental is to help you have a healthy smile you love. We can provide a variety of restorative dental options that are suitable for your oral health.

Dear Patients,

We have been closely monitoring the updates regarding COVID-19 outbreak from the various state and federal entities. In light of the most recent recommendations, our office has made the very difficult decision to close our office to handle emergency visits only. Please allow us time to contact you if you had an appointment scheduled during this period in order to reschedule your appointment. At this time, we hope to be operating again by Wednesday, April 22nd, but realize this date may change as well.

During this closure, we will still have staff on hand at various intervals to handle true dental emergencies. Please know, this is an incredibly difficult decision for us to make, but we have to weigh the importance of your safety and the health and well-being of our team.

While we have never been through anything like this before, we are committed to moving forward with positivity and hope that “this too shall pass.” Keep smiling, stay positive and show kindness to one another as we navigate this storm together.