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Chipped my front tooth on a Tuesday called at 4 pm… Literally by 10 am the next day they had me back to my smile ready for work the next day! Nothing worth something comes cheap the prices matches the experience! Very nice, I felt comfortable and was treated with respect ✊🏿 it was wonderful and I’m gonna go back soon! Thanks guys! This place is trustworthy and better than what you would expect! I’m so thankful I chose DR. Bradley! Couldn’t be happier with the way it went!

- Sarah Karnes

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Restorative Dentistry In Beaverton OR

Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual.

The science concerned with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases of the teeth, gums, and related structures of the mouth and including the repair or replacement of defective teeth.

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Fillings

Dental fillings restore your damaged tooth structure with a composite (white), amalgam (silver), porcelain (white), or metal (gold) material. Most patients prefer white filling material, but in some instances other materials are more suited to a longer lasting restoration. The most common white filling material used today is the composite material made of resin and glass.
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Inlays & Onlays

Inlays or onlays are used to restore the chewing surface of decayed or fractured teeth. Usually made from gold or porcelain, inlays are used for minor restorations within the remaining tooth structure, and onlays are used for more advanced decay and cover a larger restored area.

Different from dental fillings, which are molded into place during a single dental visit, inlays and onlays are fabricated in a dental lab before being final fitted and bonded to the damaged tooth on a separate appointment. Your tooth will have a temporary inlay or onlay made of acrylic during the interim.

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Crowns & Bridges

Dental Crowns & Bridges, also known as “caps,” restore the functionality of damaged teeth. Crowns may be used to protect a cracked tooth, restore the functionality of a tooth with excessive decay, or replace a pre-existing crown. The purpose of a dental crown is to encase a tooth with a custom-designed material. Crowns can be made of gold, porcelain (white), zirconia (white), and a combination of gold and porcelain (white).

A bridge is used sometimes when single or multiple teeth are missing and existing teeth on either side of the gap are used as abutments to support a span of artificial crowns. Thus, bridging the gap!

During the crown or bridge procedure, your tooth is prepared and a molded impression of the teeth is sent to a dental laboratory. A fitted, temporary crown/ bridge is created during this visit to temporarily protect your teeth while the final restoration is being made in the dental laboratory. Once completed, the crown/ bridge is cemented or adhesively bonded on a second visit.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth replacements used to counter tooth loss. The procedure is categorized as a form of prosthetic (artificial replacement) dentistry, though it also falls into the category of cosmetic dentistry as well.

A dental implants is made of three parts: the implant, the abutment, and the crown. The implant is made of titanium, has a surface characteristic similar to a screw, and is placed into the bone. The abutment fits into the implant via a male adaptation on one side. The other side of the abutment houses the crown. All three parts can be screwed together for a strong restoration. Sometimes only the abutment and implant are screwed together and then the crown is cemented onto the abutment on the opposite side from the implant. These two options are dependent on angulation and will be determined at the time of restoration.

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Dentures

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and adjacent tissues. It is made of acrylic resin, sometimes in combination with various metals. There are three types of dentures: complete dentures, partial dentures, and hybrid dentures. Complete dentures and hybrid dentures replace all the teeth while a partial denture fills in the spaces created by missing teeth and helps prevent other teeth from changing position.

Depending on your need a complete denture can be “conventional” or “immediate”. A conventional denture is placed in the mouth after five dental visits from the point of teeth being extracted. An immediate denture is placed in the mouth as soon as the teeth are removed. The need for either type will vary from patient to patient.

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Bonding

Dental Bonding is the application of dental composite (white) to tooth structure via a dental adhesive. The final bond occurs once the material is cured in place by an LED light. Bonding can usually be done in one visit and the final result is beautiful and natural-looking. Bonding can improve the appearance of chipped, fracture, cracked, excessively spaced, or stained teeth.

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Elenga Moala
Elenga Moala
Love all my visits here. Front desk team is awesome. All the assistance as well. Dr. Bradley is an amazing dentist. Definitely make you feel at home. All my procedures with him has been great, safe and wonderful. Everyone in this facility is beyond welcoming and super friendly. Thank you again pacific northwest dental team!
(5)
Jun 10, 2022
Sarah Karnes
Sarah Karnes
Chipped my front tooth on a Tuesday called at 4 pm… Literally by 10 am the next day they had me back to my smile ready for work the next day! Nothing worth something comes cheap the prices matches the experience! Very nice, I felt comfortable and was treated with respect ✊🏿 it was wonderful and I’m gonna go back soon! Thanks guys! This place is trustworthy and better than what you would expect! I’m so thankful I chose DR. Bradley! Couldn’t be happier with the way it went!
(5)
Apr 06, 2022
Annike Sumpter
Annike Sumpter
Nothing I write here will come close to describing how wonderful Dr. Bradley & Pacific Northwest Dental are. I literally created a google account just so I could say how great they are. I recommend Dr. Bradley to all of my friends who are afraid of the dentist. He is the kindest, most patient dentist, and genuinely the loveliest person. Not only that, the people who work for him are just as special. The two front desk ladies Kelly & Jenn started my experience off great. They got me check in quickly and we’re very friendly. My dental hygienist Mallory was amazing & such a sweet person. She went through and explained each step with me. Mallory made me feel so comfortable & had me walking out with pearly white teeth! Dr. Bradley is available after hours for worried calls or even emergent visits, and never makes you feel like a bother. Do yourself a favor and choose him if you're looking for a new dentist. Seriously.
(5)
Jan 15, 2022
Debra Bosworth
Debra Bosworth
Amazing staff and Dentist. So heartwarming to have people that genuinely care and convey their sincere interest is helping you achieve your goals for restoring a smile. They actually listen to you - each and everyone of them was welcoming.
(5)
Apr 29, 2022
nancy Bliss
nancy Bliss
My recent experience with Pacific Northwest Dental was very positive. Mallory did a excellent job cleaning and I am pleased with the professional attitude.
(5)
Dec 10, 2021

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