As the name suggests, the goal of restorative dentistry is to improve the look and function of your smile. If you’ve ever felt self-conscious or unhappy about your smile, it’s time to schedule an appointment with Dr. Langellier.

Dr. Langellier is an experienced restorative dentist in Wyoming, MI. As such, he’d be more than happy to listen to your smile goals and create a custom treatment plan.

To learn more about the restorative dental care we offer, please click any of the links below. You may also call Bowtie Dental at (616) 532-9003 if you wish to schedule an appointment.


Dr. Langellier may recommend composite fillings to restore decayed teeth. A composite filling matches the color of your natural tooth enamel so it blends in with the rest of your smile. This is because it's made from a tooth-colored plastic and glass mixture.

Dental Crowns

Dr. Langellier can match your crown to the exact color of your natural teeth with porcelain. The result is a healthier, more attractive smile. At Bowtie Dental, the dental crown procedure takes two visits to our office.

Root Canals

Dr. Langellier's goal is to help patients never need a root canal in the first place. But he'll perform root canals as patients need them. That way, he'll be able to save the tooth from needing dental extraction.

Tooth Extractions

Dr. Langellier will only recommend tooth extractions as a last resort. But if you need a tooth extracted, we'll do everything in our power to ensure your procedure runs smoothly. We'll also provide you with after-care instructions for a comfortable recovery.


Dr. Langellier offers both full and partial dentures to his patients. A denture is a removable appliance that replaces missing teeth. This restores both the look and function of your smile.

Clear Aligners

Do you have misaligned, crowded, or tooth spacing issues? Clear Aligners can help. Led by expert dentist Dr. Langellier, our personalized treatments will provide you the best teeth straightening solutions.

Dental Implants

Have you recently lost one or more teeth? If so, you may be a candidate for dental implants. A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth root that's made out of a titanium alloy. The implant later supports an abutment and crown.