Restorative Dentistry

Located in the Financial District of New York City, The Exchange Dental Group makes it easy to receive all the dental treatment you need in one place. Learn more about the restorative dental services we provide below.

Composite Fillings

For teeth that require new fillings, as well as those that require the replacement of older, deteriorating amalgam fillings, tooth-colored composite fillings may be ideal for you. These modern, natural looking fillings are long-lasting, keep your teeth strong, and are effective at repairing decayed or damaged portions of teeth.


Porcelain crowns are a good solution for broken down teeth and often follow a root canal. Porcelain crowns are strong, durable and long-lasting. Once you have a porcelain crown placed, you will regain function of your tooth so you can bite and chew efficiently without any pain. A porcelain crown can also be a great solution if you have one single tooth that is discolored, chipped or cracked. A crown or cap, as it is also often called, can be placed over the damaged tooth to hide its imperfections while providing extra support.

Inlays & Onlays

When large fillings located in back teeth are replaced, they typically require stronger and more precisely contoured restorations. These restorations are called inlays or onlays, depending on whether they are being placed inside the tooth or on the outer surface. Onlays provide protection to teeth much like crowns do, but they conserve more of the natural tooth structure.


Porcelain bridges are a good option and alternative to dentures for patients missing two or more teeth in a row. Bridges literally bridge the space between teeth to improve your smile. A bridge can also help you speak more clearly, chew food more efficiently, and bite down without worrying about pain.


A denture is a removable appliance that can replace lost or missing teeth and surrounding tissues. A full denture replaces all the natural teeth in the upper or lower jaw. A partial denture is used to fill in the spaces left by missing teeth while some natural teeth remain in the jaw. Replacing missing teeth with dentures can make it easier to eat, speak, and may benefit the appearance of your smile so that you can smile with confidence.

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