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13125 Prospect Rd, Strongsville, OH 44149

Restorative Dentistry

The Two-Fold Smile Effect of Strongsville Restorations

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Functional and beautiful. These two words easily describe the perfect smile. At Waked Dental, our restorative dentistry services ensure every patient receives a smile that is as healthy as it is dazzling.

We believe that your natural teeth are best, and whenever possible we’ll save your teeth by restoring health and function. Whether it’s eliminating decay or replacing lost teeth, our restorative dentistry helps your teeth look and feel their best.

Have you been putting off getting dental restorations? The time is now. Waked Dental provides the most natural-looking, durable dental restorations in Strongsville. You’ll be amazed to discover how gorgeous a full smile can be. Our restorative dentistry uses high-quality materials, from tooth-colored composite resin to stunning polished porcelain, and with proper care and maintenance, our restorations will last for years.

Each one of our services is specifically tailored to your needs. While some restorations are more common, like dental fillings and crowns, no two are alike. We match our prosthetics to your natural teeth, so the restoration is flawless and undetectable. All anyone will notice is your captivating new smile. And as always, with our team by your side, you know you’re getting the best care. You’ll be comfortable with every treatment, and we’ll keep you informed and engaged throughout the process. In fact, before having any restorations, Dr. Waked will thoroughly examine your teeth and specific needs, so she can determine the most appropriate course of treatment. Get the smile you deserve today with restorative dental care!

Dr. Waked is happy to discuss the possibilities for restoring your smile with any of our restorative dentistry services.



Dental fillings are a common restoration and help to stop the spread of decay. Once we remove the area of the tooth affected by decay, we’ll fill the hole with a composite resin that matches the color of your teeth. Once the filling cures, you’ll regain full functionality of your teeth, as you can bite and chew without pain from decay. The process of getting a dental filling is simple and generally quick, and you can resume your daily routine. Our composite dental fillings are durable, and the restoration is seamless. Ask us today how fillings combat decay!

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Porcelain Inlays/Porcelain Onlays


Sometimes, the area of decay may be too large for a traditional filling, as the tooth structure will become too weakened. In cases of moderate decay, Dr. Waked may recommend a porcelain inlay or onlay restoration, which can strengthen the structural integrity of the tooth. Teeth restored with inlays or onlays typically don’t require additional support from a dental crown. Made from high-quality porcelain, these restorations are strong and durable. Inlays are bonded to the top biting surface of your tooth, up to the cusps, while onlays extend over the cusps and to the tooth’s outer surface. We have options for removing decay and restoring your teeth, even if traditional fillings aren’t acceptable. Ask us about inlay and onlay restorations!

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Dental crowns are like little caps that fit over the tooth above the gum line and encase the entire surface area. Generally, crowns are used to support teeth that have become diseased due to decay or have received root canal therapy. Crowns are also used to restore dental implants. We take accurate impressions of your tooth and craft a beautiful restoration that blends naturally with the rest of your smile. We permanently bond the crown to the tooth and ensure the longevity of your restoration.

Crowns are also an important part of a dental bridge. A dental bridge is one option for replacing either a single missing tooth or a series of lost teeth. We prepare the healthy teeth next to the gap caused by tooth loss and anchor a set of prosthetic teeth with two dental crowns, one on each prepared tooth.  Bridges are permanently fixed in place, and we ensure the restoration seamlessly blends with your natural teeth. Both our dental crowns and bridges are metal-free!

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Missing teeth can truly impact your smile and confidence. Partial dentures and complete dentures are options to replace lost teeth using prosthetics. Patients who have some healthy teeth left in their mouth may be the perfect candidates for partial dentures, which can stop teeth from shifting. Our partials are metal-free, meaning you can have a complete smile without any metal in your mouth. Ask us about our comfortable, flexible partials!

If its an entire set of teeth you’re missing, whether upper or lower arch, you can benefit from complete dentures. We ensure a comfortable, perfect fit for your new prosthetics, which are held in place through natural suction. Regain your confidence when you eat or speak, and show off a total smile that looks natural and beautiful. We also offer implant-retained dentures for a more secure fit. Find out which denture option is right for you.

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When the pulp of a tooth becomes infected, it must be removed to save the natural tooth. This procedure is called endodontic therapy, more commonly known as a root canal. Many patients are fearful of the process when the treatment is suggested, however, the current infection is often more painful than the resulting procedure. We ensure you’re relaxed and calm throughout the process and we strive to minimize discomfort as quickly as possible. We believe that saving your natural teeth whenever possible is best, and may suggest a crown restoration after endodontics for additional support. We perform anterior and premolar endodontic therapy, and in some situations, we may even handle more advanced cases such as molars and retreatments. Don’t let an infected, diseased tooth determine the health of your smile. Restore full functionality and eliminate pain!

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Oral Surgery


Sometimes, a tooth just can’t be saved. Whether it’s too far decayed, or its causing trauma to another tooth, we may recommend having the tooth extracted. Every individual situation will be carefully assessed, and we’ll review all your options before removing a natural tooth. In our office, Dr. Waked and team perform minor extractions. For more complicated procedures, we’re happy to recommend a skilled specialist. No matter what you need, rest assured that you’re in the best hands with our qualified professionals. During your procedure, we’ll keep you comfortable and at ease, and we’ll discuss post-operative care instructions, so you can heal quickly and return to your daily routine as soon as possible.

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Your smile deserves to be at its best.
Restore full-functionality with an appointment today.