Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester   |  (610) 240-7730

Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester   |  (610) 240-7730



at mora dental

Restorative dentistry is the study, examination, and treatment of diseases of the oral cavity, the teeth, and their supporting structures. Including these:

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Cavities are most typically treated with dental fillings. Fillings are often used to heal teeth that have been fractured or cracked. We also avoid future degradation due to the continual presence of bacteria by sealing these gaps.
Gold, porcelain, amalgam, and composite resin fillings are among the materials available for dental fillings. Durability, strength, aesthetics, expense, pain, and additional doctor visits are all advantages and downsides of each of these alternatives.


After decay or another injury, there are two approaches for restoring normal tooth structure. An inlay is a small filling that fits into the biting surface of a tooth, whereas an onlay is a larger filling that covers a broader portion of the tooth and is preferable for larger cavities. 

Because they are custom-made in our lab and inserted into the cavity, inlays and onlays are referred to as indirect fillings. You will be wearing a temporary filling while these are being produced. Porcelain is the most common filling material because it matches the color of your teeth and is nearly unnoticeable.


A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain or another plastic material, such as resin, that serves as a decorative covering. 

You may improve the appearance of your smile while also improving the health and resilience of your teeth with these layers. Veneers not only enhance the appearance of your smile but also strengthen and restore the function of your teeth.

There is also no further upkeep.

COSMETIC and restorative DENTISTRY

You may boost your smile in a variety of ways. Both new and ancient procedures aid in achieving the finest results. We can sculpt and contour your teeth, as well as fix gaps, fuse them together, replace damaged teeth, and whiten them (bleaching).


Crowns and bridges are dental restorations that repair and replace lost teeth. Our teeth become more prone to decay as we age, and if the tooth cannot be repaired, a dental crown may be required.

These prosthetic devices are glued onto existing teeth, and most dental crowns and bridges are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. Porcelain is the most preferred material because it is long-lasting, looks natural, and matches the shape, size, and color of the real tooth.

Bridges are dental prostheses that span the gap left by one or more lost teeth. The remaining teeth will not rotate or shift (invade) the vacant areas, resulting in a poor bite, gum disease, and temporomandibular joint disorders (jaw articulating problems). Remember that your teeth affect not only your nutrition, but also your smile, your speech, and the alignment of your other teeth.

Crowns and bridges can last a lifetime, but they do have the potential to loosen or fall out. The longevity of a crown or bridge is aided by proper oral hygiene and regular examinations. You will regain your natural/beautiful smile by matching the color of your teeth.

Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester  |  (610) 240-7730


Using modern scanners, we avoid the need for dental impressions. The prepped tooth will be scanned using high-tech. That scan will go immediately to a lab, which will fabricate a very precise restoration.

Advantages of Omnicam Scan

• No impressions needed
• Very high-quality porcelain:
       o Close wear and flexibility as natural enamel
       o Stress-free and bubble-free
       o Very good cosmetic result
       o Very strong
• No metal used
• Biocompatible
• Very accurate fit
• Long-lasting therefore very cost-effective
• Very low failure rate
• Good seal around the crown
• Patient can decide on level and type of color/staining
• The crowns are bonded to the tooth so often less tooth is removed
• Some teeth that look hopeless to rebuild can be saved

At Mora Family Dentistry, we strive to keep up with the most modern technology to make dental visits more pleasant.


Whitening remains the most popular cosmetic dental operation, whether individuals want to increase their confidence or look their best for a special occasion. Patients today demand whitening alternatives that fit their lifestyle and provide quick results with minimal discomfort. They desire teeth whitening that will brighten their significant occasions and give them the confidence to truly smile. Only dental experts have access to the most powerful, professional strength whitening available, ensuring that your procedure is both safe and effective.

At Mora Family Dentistry, we use LASER technology for teeth whitening. That is one of the fastest ways to generate brighter, healthier smiles that patients will want to show off, with clinically superior outcomes and efficacy compared to other professional whitening solutions.

Get a whiter smile at Mora Dental by calling (610) 240-7730. We are located at 673 Exton

Commons, Exton, PA 19341.

Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester  |  (610) 240-7730

Call Mora Dental now to schedule an appointment at (610) 240-7730.

¡En Mora Dental también hablamos español! El idioma no debe ser una barrera para obtener una dentadura hermosa y saludable. Llama hoy a Mora Dental para una consulta.


Is it safe to whiten your teeth?

Yes. Clinical studies have proven that using hydrogen peroxide to whiten your teeth under the guidance of a dentist is safe for your teeth and gums.

What is the expected lifespan of LASER teeth whitening results?

Although whitening procedures might help to minimize existing stains, your teeth may become discolored again as a result of coffee, soft drinks, or just age. Recurrent discoloration can be combated with maintenance whitening.

What are the negative consequences?

Tooth and gum discomfort is the most common side effects. If you want to make sure you’re a good candidate for whitening and that you’re using the proper product, talk to your dentist.

How much time does it take?

Teeth can be up to six shades whiter in 45 minutes with laser technology.


Mora Dental’s experts will assist you in getting new dentures. Dentures are used to replace surrounding tissues and missing teeth in your mouth.

Complete dentures are used when all teeth are missing, and partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.

Complete dentures are used when all teeth are missing, and partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.


Immediate dentures are made ahead of time and can be put in a patient’s mouth as soon as their old teeth are extracted. One negative is that as your gums begin to heal, there will be some shrinkage, causing your dentures to not fit as securely as they should.

Conventional dentures are full removable dentures that can be inserted into the patient’s mouth eight to twelve weeks after the teeth have been extracted. Immediate dentures should only be used as a temporary solution for most patients until their traditional dentures arrive


This is a removable partial denture that is constructed out of replacement teeth that are affixed to a matching gum-colored base. Both the upper and lower jaws can benefit from partial dentures.

While the final crowns are not fitted, this is an excellent choice for the interim stages of the implant treatment plan. Removable partials may be a suitable option for patients who do not qualify for dental implants.

Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester  |  (610) 240-7730



Many people who have traditional dentures do not wear them because they do not stay in place. Dentures can be kept in place with the help of dental implants, allowing you to go about your everyday activities with confidence. 

For many people, the use of dental implants to stabilize dentures has been shown to be successful. As news travels about the treatment’s effectiveness and long-term endurance, the number continues to rise. According to reports, dental implants have the highest success rate of any implanted surgical device. 


Millions of individuals worldwide are missing enough teeth to warrant the use of a denture. Many of them have trouble keeping their dentures in place, especially in the lower jaw. If you have this issue, you are already aware of the embarrassment of slipping dentures, the inability to eat the foods you enjoy, and the inefficacy of denture adhesives. Fortunately, there is a technique to help your denture function properly: dental implants can be used to stabilize it.


• Restores proper chewing, allowing for a better diet and better health.
• Improves speech and confidence.
• Increases comfort by reducing gum tissue irritation.
• Eliminates the cost and inconvenience of denture adhesives.
• Can often use your existing denture.
• Minimally invasive procedure

Having a beautiful and healthy denture is essential for long and happier life. Mora Dental is delighted to assist you with your oral health needs.

Call Mora Dental now to schedule an appointment at (610) 240-7730.

¡En Mora Dental también hablamos español! El idioma no debe ser una barrera para obtener una dentadura hermosa y saludable. Llama hoy a Mora Dental para una consulta.