Chicago Restorative Dentist

Restorative Dentistry in Andersonville

If you are suffering from tooth loss, decay, or damage, you may be wondering what your options are for restoring your smile. We offer a full range of restorative services including composite fillings, root canal therapy (posterior and anterior), dental crowns, implants, and TMJ/TMD treatment. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Kella now to regain your confidence with our restorative treatment options at our office in Andersonville!

Restore the Beauty and Function of Your Teeth

Dr. Kella is an experienced restorative dentist and our office treats patients from Andersonville, Edgewater, Rodgers Park, and Ravenswood
We offer a full range of restorative treatments to treat damaged and missing teeth
Restoring your smile will help you chew, speak, and smile with confidence again
Our team uses the latest techniques, including sedation, to keep you comfortable during treatment

do i need Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is intended to treat damaged, decayed, and missing teeth. Whether you’ve damaged or lost a tooth due to an oral injury or because of an issue like tooth decay or gum disease, we can help restore and improve your smile. If you have one or more damaged or missing teeth, you’re a good candidate for restorative dentistry. Contact the team at Lakeshore Dental Studio in Andersonville for an appointment now.

Do You Offer Free Second Opinions?

Yes! If you would like a second opinion about any dental issue, just contact us for a consultation. Dr. Kella will examine your mouth and let you know what he thinks about your oral health and make honest recommendations about treatments. Our second opinion consultations are always judgement-free and there is no pressure to proceed with treatment. We want to make sure you feel confident in your choice, so if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

What Are the benefits of Composite Fillings?

Composite fillings are a great way to treat cavities. Instead of using a metal amalgam material, composite fillings are made of dental resin that will be perfectly matched to your tooth so your filling will blend right in to the rest of your smile. Composite fillings also require the removal of less enamel than metal amalgam fillings, which keeps your tooth structure as strong and healthy as possible.

do i need Root Canal Therapy?

We offer both posterior (rear) and anterior (front) root canal therapy. This treatment is required to repair teeth that have been infected due to extensive tooth decay or an oral injury. Damage and decay can expose the vulnerable pulp of your tooth to harmful bacteria, causing an infection. During treatment, a small opening is made in the tooth, then the infected pulp is removed and replaced with a rubbery material to provide structure. Then, the tooth is cleaned and sealed. After a root canal, you will need to get a dental crown placed to protect your existing tooth structure.

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped dental prostheses intended to cover up a damaged tooth and protect its structure. This treatment can also be used to replace an entire missing tooth or to cover up a tooth that has been treated with a root canal. During treatment, your damaged tooth will be prepared for the crown, then your restoration will be attached permanently to protect the remaining enamel. If you are missing a tooth, the dental crown will be used in conjunction with a dental implant to provide a strong, durable restoration.

HOW DO DENTAL IMPLANTS REPLACE MISSING TEETH?

Dental implants are small, screw shaped titanium rods which are surgically implanted into your mouth to replace a missing tooth. This implant acts as an artificial tooth root and supports a dental crown. The implant heals and bonds permanently with your gums and jaw during a process called "osseointegration". Because the implant bonds to your natural tissues, it is able to prevent bone loss. You will be left with a beautiful restoration that looks, feels, and functions just like a natural tooth.

What Is TMD/TMJ Treatment?

TMD/TMJ refers to a dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint, which is located just beneath the ear and attaches the jaw to the skull. If this joint is infected, inflamed or damaged, it can cause pain, locking of the jaw, an inability to open your mouth properly. We offer a variety of TMJ/TMD treatments, including bite splints to help treat this issue.

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Tracy M.

"Moved to the area about a year ago and was looking for a new dentist. Caught an episode of #ALWAYS Andersonville with Dr. Kapil Kella. Love the story, loved the idea of helping a new business...and LOVED MY VISIT. Great attention, lovely environment and wonderful service. BONUS... catching up on my Netflix show while getting my teeth cleaned! I highly recommend this NEW dental office and Dr. Kella and his staff"

Katie B.

"I had a great experience with Dr. Kella and all of his staff. They are so nice, friendly, thorough, and accommodating!! I loved the space and the ability to watch any Netflix show during my visit. Would recommend to anyone!"

Brenda r.

"Dr. Kella and his well professional staff is Friendly, compassionate and very accommodating. Starting with my consultation to the finish (permanent bridge) product. He give me back my confidence, self-esteem and a beautiful smile. I will always be grateful to Dr. Kella and his staff. Thanku! I highly recommend Lakeshore Dental in Andersonville."

Robert o.

"Never afraid to see this doctor. He is very kind and gentle with his dental work. I am not a fan of being numbed up and he respects that and works amazingly around it for me."

Megan o.

"This office is just amazing with kids. My little one can’t wait for her next appointment with Dr. Kella!"

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(773) 273-7277

info@lakeshoredentalstudio.com

5505 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60640

Mon: 11am - 7:30pm
Tue: 11am - 7pm
Wed: 7am - 3pm
Th: By appointment only
Fri: 7:30am-3:30pm  
Sat: 9am - 3pm