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Chevy Chase Restorative Dentistry

Reviving Smiles in Bethesda

Bringing Out the Best in Your Smile

It’s no secret that the health of your smile is crucial to living a happy, healthy life. That’s why at Rinaldi Dental Arts we offer a variety of restorative dental services to correct dental health issues and improve the function and aesthetics of teeth.

From dental bridges for a gappy smile to “invisible” dental fillings for when you have tooth decay, our trusted dentists have the experience and background to revive the smile you were born with.

Reserve an appointment with our renowned Chevy Chase, Bethesda, and the Greater Washington DC area restorative dentistry today to bring your teeth back to a healthy state.

Bringing Out the Best in Your Smile

Our Services

Dental Bridges

If you have several consecutive missing teeth, a dental bridge may be the optimal solution for restoring your smile.

This restorative treatment works by attaching itself to a set of dental crowns that serve as an anchor for the bridge. The bridge is then created by filling in the space with a series of prosthetic teeth that “bridge” the gap in your smile.

Dental Crowns

Do you have tooth decay, an oral infection, trauma, or a dental injury? You may be a good candidate for a dental crown.

At Rinaldi Dental Arts, we offer dental crowns that pose as a cap to your natural tooth to reduce the risk of further decay and to make an overall more aesthetically pleasing smile.

Dental Fillings

When you need a dental filling, the goal is that others won’t know that you have had one done. You can do this by getting an “invisible filling”.

At our Bethesda restorative dentistry, we offer “invisible fillings” that virtually match the coloration of your natural teeth — while filling in the area where the tooth decay was present.

Dental Implants

As a top provider of dental implants in the Washington DC area, our team works tirelessly to bring you beautiful results.

What is an implant? When there is no viable natural tooth structure to support a tooth restoration, we will go in and add a titanium post (otherwise known as a dental implant) in your jaw to act as the root for future dental restorations later down the line.