Restorative Dentistry

Depew Dentist Near Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Lancaster & Orchard Park

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic in New York State, Forestream Dental will only be addressing emergency situations for the next few weeks.

We will be available to address dental emergencies from 10-12 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Appointments are required. We will not be accepting walk-ins at this time.

If you are an existing patient who is experiencing a dental emergency, please call 726-870-6485 and leave a message. Dr. Evola will get back in touch as soon as he is available.

At Forestream Dental in Buffalo, Restorative Dentistry is the dentist's process of capping a tooth, strengthening it, or improving its appearance with one or a combination of dental procedures. Natural teeth that have been damaged, decayed or lost can be made to look and function as healthy teeth once again through restorative dentistry.

If you live in Buffalo, New York, or any one of the nearby areas, and if your current dental work is old, worn, cracked or ineffective, Dr. Evola, can help restore your teeth and smile again.

The following are just a few of the restorative dental techniques that can be performed to improve the look and health of your teeth.

Restorative dentistry offers many more comfortable alternatives today than were available even just a few years ago. Technology allows for faster and more natural-looking results than could be achieved in the past.

Please visit our Before and After Photo Gallery page to see the end results we've achieved for some of our patients. You'll be amazed at what you see!

In addition, if the thought of dental work makes you nervous, Dr. Evola offers sedation dentistry. He will discuss your best options for dental restoration during your complimentary consultation.

If you're ready to schedule your complimentary restorative dentistry consultation or an appointment with Dr. Evola, call or email our cosmetic dentist us today. We proudly serve Buffalo and the surrounding areas of Orchard Park, Lancaster, Amherst, Williamsville and West Seneca in New York.