Restorative Dentistry

Chicago Family Dentists

Restorative dentistry restores the strength and beauty of your smile. Whenever possible, we will preserve your natural teeth. When needed, we can also provide tooth replacement options that are both functional and beautiful.

Your restorative dentistry treatment plan may include one or more of the following solutions:

  • Dentures
  • Composite Fillings
  • Inlays / Onlays
  • Crowns
  • Bridges

Restorative dentistry may be right for you if you have experienced any of these dental issues:

  • Tooth decay
  • Cracked or broken teeth
  • Tooth pain
  • Missing teeth
  • Severely worn teeth

Smile Design Studio of Hyde Park has the training and experience to restore the health, function, and beauty of your smile safely and gently. Contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kaufman.

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Located in the historic
Hyde Park Bank Building

Hyde Park Family Dentist
1525 E. 53rd. St. Suite 734
Chicago, IL 60615

(773) 643–6006 |

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Office Hours

Monday: 8am-4pm
Tuesday: 8am-5pm
Wednesday: 8am-4pm
Thursday: 8am-5pm
Friday: 8am-2pm
Saturday: 8am-1pm

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