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Restoring Windham Smiles with Restorative Dentistry

Do you need help treating a cavity or restoring a damaged tooth? Are you missing one or more teeth? At Lifetime Dental Health, we offer comprehensive restorative care to help patients meet a range of needs. Beginning with a consultation with the dentist, we create a fully personalized treatment plan that leads to a healthier smile.

Our restorative solutions include:

Traditional Crowns and Bridges

Whether you need to repair a damaged or decayed tooth or replace a missing tooth, Lifetime Dental Health offers two popular and effective services. Dental crowns are placed over a vulnerable tooth to restore its strength, health, and appearance. Crowns are also used in root canal therapy to protect the tooth your dentist has repaired. In addition to protecting the visible portion of your tooth, your crown will help preserve the root underneath, preventing future bone loss as a result.

A bridge, meanwhile, is a prosthetic designed to help patients who need to replace one or more consecutive missing teeth. Your bridge will be composed of a replacement tooth plus one or two abutment crowns. These abutment crowns are placed over healthy teeth on either side of the gap you’re filling providing it with stability and strength. Once your bridge is in place, you can enjoy beautiful, natural-looking results for years to come.

Regardless of which dental service you need, you can look forward to receiving fully personalized care from our Windham team. Your restorative procedure begins with a full exam and consultation with the dentist. During your visit, we will discuss your needs and the best solutions for addressing them. If you have questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to let us know.

Root Canals

An infection can develop within your tooth because of a fracture or a deep cavity. If this has happened to you, our Windham dental team can help you save your tooth with a procedure known as root canal therapy. During your root canal, the dentist removes all traces of infection from your tooth and fills it with a substance known as Gutta-percha.  Finally, we’ll place a custom dental crown over your tooth to protect remaining structure and restore strength.


If you’re preparing to receive braces or dentures, or you need to have your wisdom teeth removed, you’ll find the help you need at Lifetime Dental Health in Windham. Beginning with a special consultation, we’ll help you understand exactly what to expect from your upcoming procedure. If you have questions, we’re more than happy to answer them. We want everyone to have a full understanding of what their extraction procedure entails.

Wisdom Teeth

Our wisdom teeth, which are also known as third molars, don’t start to emerge until between the ages of 17 and 21. Unfortunately, our jaws don’t always have room for them. That’s why they’re known as vestigial (non-functioning) teeth. If your wisdom teeth have an opportunity to come in, uncomfortable problems like crowding or impaction can occur as a result. Both of these seriously impact your health and wellbeing in addition to causing discomfort. During a consultation with the dentist, we’ll have the opportunity to explain your procedure and answer questions.

Dentures, Partials, and Valplast Partials

If you need to replace multiple teeth or even a full row of teeth, our Windham dental practice is happy to help. We offer several denture options to help patients like you achieve personalized results. A traditional denture is designed to replace a full row of upper or lower teeth. They’re secured by either natural suction or an adhesive available at your local pharmacy or grocery store. Depending on your particular situation, we may talk to you about choosing an implant-retained denture instead.

For patients who only need to replace a few teeth, we’re also happy to offer partial dentures. Our partials are made by Valplast. As with a traditional partial, Valplast partials consist of a few replacement teeth spread across a base designed to resemble gum tissue. What sets Valplast partials apart is that they’re not held in place by metal clips or brackets. Valplast partials are metal-free and are designed to fit snugly without the need for either. Valplast partials also come with a lifetime guarantee.

Would you like to speak with one of our team members about restoring your smile with a partial or full denture? Contact our Windham practice to reserve a visit with us. During your appointment, the dentist will complete a full oral exam to assess your needs. Based on your exam, we’ll recommend either a denture, a Valplast partial or another option entirely.

Call us today if you’d like to schedule an appointment with the dentist. Lifetime Dental Health is located in Windham, Maine and offers modern care in the fields of preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry.

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