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If you can’t give in to your cravings for a juicy steak because of missing or damaged teeth, visit our Huntsville, AL dentist office for restorative dentistry services. From dental crowns to dental implants, Dr. Jennifer Perkins and our skilled staff offer solutions that will enable you to enjoy all of your favorite foods again.

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You can smile and chew with confidence! Call Jennifer Perkins, DDS at 256-801-0002 for a restorative dentistry consultation.

Get Your Strong Bite Back With Restorative Dentistry Services

Trust our advanced dental technology, including digital X-rays, to determine the extent of your dental damage. We’ll then discuss all of your restorative treatment options with you. Let us help you create a treatment plan that is the best possible fit!

Dr. Perkins has been practicing dentistry for more than 20 years, and she taught high school science before becoming a dentist, so she explains even complicated treatments in easy-to-understand terms.

Among the factors we’ll consider:

  • Your oral health
  • Your overall health
  • Your lifestyle
  • Your budget

We can repair your damaged teeth or replace missing teeth with:

  • Tooth fillings, to discreetly repair cavities caused by dental decay
  • Dental implants, a versatile option that can be used with dental crowns, dental bridges, or dentures to replace missing teeth
  • Dental veneers, which can strengthen your teeth while covering cosmetic flaws
  • Dental crowns, to fortify and protect broken, cracked, or severely decayed teeth
  • Dental bridges, to replace a single missing tooth or several missing teeth
  • Dentures, including implant dentures, often the best choice for extensive dental damage or a mouth full of missing teeth

To find out how we can restore your damaged teeth, call Jennifer Perkins, DDS at 256-801-0002.Or use our online form to book a visit to our Huntsville, AL dentist office.

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