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Restorative Dentistry for Wilton, ME

Are you enjoying a strong and perfectly healthy smile? If not, our doctors and the rest of our dedicated team here at Tyngtown Dental are here to provide the revitalizing restorative care you need. Whether you’re dealing with common decay, a severely pained tooth, or even gaps in your smile, we can create a comprehensive treatment plan that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations here in Wilton, ME.

Traditional Dental Crown & Bridge

When it comes to severely damaged or missing teeth, our crown and bridge services can help patients regain the natural strength and aesthetic value they’ve been sorely missing in their smile. Dental crowns (also known as caps) are can be used to treat severe decay and structural damage; they’re also placed over treated teeth as the finishing touch for root canal therapy. Your brand-new, quality crown will not only restore your tooth, but it will also help preserve the important root underneath.

A dental bridge, on the other hand, is a customized prosthetic that replicates one or more teeth in a row within the mouth, as long as there are healthy teeth on either side of the gap. We’ll also use additional crowns to fit over these nearby healthy teeth, serving as anchors that hold the new bridge in place and allowing you to enjoy the complete, beautiful smile you’ve been missing.

Here in Wilton, you’ll always receive care that's kind, comfortable, and exceptional in quality. Our doctors will always take the time to explain your treatment options and oral health needs in clear terms, and questions are always welcomed.

Root Canal Treatment

Over time, a fracture in your tooth or a severe cavity left untreated can cause a dangerous infection to develop within its inner canals. While extraction becomes a very real possibility in these cases, root canal therapy is also available as an effective and successful method for restoring teeth to their full health. During the procedure, our doctors will carefully access the inside of your tooth, thoroughly clean it of bacteria, and then fill it with a biocompatible substance before sealing the area shut. As the final touch, our office will design and a place a quality, tooth-colored crown over the tooth, restoring any lost structure and minimizing the chances of further infection.

Tooth Extractions

Do you need to have teeth removed to accommodate the placement of a denture? Are you preparing for orthodontic treatment? There are several reasons why patients may be in need of an extraction, and our Wilton, ME team can help with them all. During your initial appointment, we’ll inform you of what exactly you can expect during your extraction, and we’ll be sure to handle the procedure as smoothly and comfortably as possible.


Dentures have been used to replace teeth for hundreds of years, and our team at Tyngtown Dental would be happy to create one for your smile as well. A traditional full denture is designed to replace an entire arch of teeth, and it’s held in place through natural suction or, if needed, a little dental adhesive. Patients who are looking for more stability in their denture may be interested in an implant-retained prosthetic instead.

Do you only have a few teeth that are in need of replacement? No problem - our doctors also offers partial dentures by Valplast. This prosthetic features multiple, lifelike teeth spread across a base that resembles your natural gums. Unlike traditional partials, which are help in place with clips, metal-free Valplast partial dentures are precisely designed to fit comfortably and securely within your mouth, no extra help required. Best of all, your new partial comes with a lifetime guarantee! Learn more about Valplast by checking out their website here.

Contact Tyngtown Dental today if you have any questions at all for our staff, or if you’re ready to schedule your first consultation. Our office is located here in Wilton, ME.

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