Improve the Appearance and Function of Your Teeth with Restorative Dentistry in Plano, TX
Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that aims to restore the function and appearance of missing and badly damaged teeth, whether from infection, disease, decay, or trauma. If you have felt hopeless or embarrassed from any of these problems, you’re not alone! Almost three out of four Americans are missing at least one tooth.
1st In Smiles can restore your missing teeth and get you back on your way to a healthy, functioning, and attractive smile! Our advanced technology and experienced staff provide long-lasting restorative solutions with tooth-colored fillings, porcelain crowns, and dental implants.Dr. Barfield Restorative Dentistry Crowns and Bridges Read Transcript
People need crowns for various reasons. If somebody has ever had a root canal on a tooth, we need to restore the tooth with a crown. Also if someone chips a portion of their tooth, we can restore the tooth by putting a crown on it and the crown will strengthen the tooth and help prevent the tooth from breaking down further. A bridge is a fixed restoration which restores missing teeth. If a person is missing a tooth, we can place a crown on the tooth on either side of the missing tooth and there is a fake tooth between them. It is all bonded together in one piece and it is cemented in place and it restores a missing tooth.
Dental fillings are the most common form of restoration. They are used to fill holes from cavities and seal your teeth to protect them from further damage.
If you’re like many other American adults, you probably have at least one silver filling. Because a portion of your original tooth has to be removed for silver amalgam fillings, they can often weaken teeth. Your restorative dentist in Plano, TX has embraced recent advancements in technology that allow us to use tooth-colored fillings, which are stronger, safer, and more natural looking than silver fillings.
When too much of your tooth’s structure is removed to support a filling, we can cover your damaged tooth with a porcelain crown or “cap.” This restorative dentistry option, which looks like a natural tooth, will strengthen your tooth and prevent it from suffering further damage. You can read more about crowns and their ability to restore your damaged teeth on our Dental Crowns & Bridges page.
When you lose one or more teeth, a dental implant can securely replace the missing tooth’s root and crown. Dental implants are small, titanium screw-like “anchors” that are placed in your roots and permanently support replacement teeth or dentures on top. With implants, you’ll regain almost all of your speaking, chewing, and eating abilities as well as restore your facial structure.
After we carefully anchor your implant into your bone, the bone will begin to grow around the implant over a period of six weeks to six months. After your bone has healed, we’ll anchor your replacement teeth – crowns, bridges, or dentures – onto the implants, and you’ll walk out with a permanent new smile!
1st In Smiles would love to be your Plano, TX implant dentist. We offer many type of implants to suit your needs and finances, from traditional implants to mini implants, All on 4 and All on 6 implants, and implant-supported dentures. Learn more about how we can provide you with the amazing benefits of implants by visiting our Dental Implants page.
Your 1st In Smiles restoration dentist in Plano, TX will coordinate with you to find the best solution for your missing teeth. If you’re ashamed about your missing teeth, please don’t let that stop you from seeing us! You could be putting your teeth at further risk of damage. Our no-lecture, no-guilt zone is made of caring people whose highest goal is to give you back your teeth and your smile.
If you’ve been suffering with your missing tooth because you’re afraid of going to the dentist, we can give you a relaxing, pain-free visit with sedation dentistry.
Are you ready to make the decision to restore your missing teeth? We’re ready and waiting to help with our restorative dentistry service! Give our Plano, TX dentist office a call at 972-905-9266 or fill out our easy online form to set up an appointment.