After decay, trauma, or other dental damage, it may be difficult to smile, but at Reflections Family Dental, we offer a variety of restorative dentistry solutions to renew even the most damaged smiles. If you’ve experienced a dental emergency, years of untreated tooth decay, or need to replace missing teeth, we are here to help. We have the restorative dental services to give you a picture-perfect smile.



In the past, dentists relied on metal fillings to help patients treat decay. Today, that’s no longer the case. With tooth-colored fillings, patients have a discreet alternative to metal fillings. Once your fillings are in place, no one but you and our team will know about your fillings. On top of this, tooth-colored fillings are more durable and conservative than metal fillings resulting in better oral health overall.


Our primary goal is to help our patients keep all of their natural teeth for as long as possible, but in certain circumstances, the best thing we can do is simply remove a problem tooth.  Typically this is when a cavity is too large to be repaired with a filling or crown, the enamel is so damaged that it cannot be put back together and/or advanced periodontal disease is present.

Whatever the case may be, patient comfort is always our top priority when performing and extraction, so we’ll use a light touch, local anesthetic, and even dental sedation if requested to make the process nice and easy.

The wisdom teeth are the most often extracted because most patients simply don’t have enough room for them in their gum line. They are a third set of molars that normally start to come in around the late teens or early twenties, but they usually become impacted (stuck), leading them to cause pain, teeth crowding, and even develop an infection. We can fix and even prevent these kinds of symptoms simply by removing the teeth in our office.


Inside of each and every tooth is a small amount of tissue called the dental pulp, which in addition to numerous blood vessels, contains the sensitive nerve of the tooth. It can actually become infected if exposed to bacteria, leading to a very severe toothache. To stop this kind of pain and save the tooth from extraction, our team can use a root canal. We’ll simply remove the infected tissue, clean the tooth, fill it, and then rebuild it using a restoration. Thanks to modern-day dental techniques, root canals are now not only relatively painless, but treated teeth can be trusted to look and function like normal for decades afterward.


A dental crown is designed to literally sit on top of a damaged tooth, and with one, we can repair large cavities, put broken teeth back together, rebalance the bite, and even cosmetically improve oddly-shaped or undersized teeth. And, when paired with a dental implant, they can even be used to replace missing teeth. All of our crowns are always specially-designed by Dr. Kershner to ensure the perfect look and fit, creating a restoration that blends seamlessly with the rest of the smile.


Please call to verify if we are a provider for your dental insurance plan.

Patients are responsible for the difference between the covered insurance benefit and the cost of the procedure.
Payment is due at the time of service unless prior arrangements have been made.


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