Unlike other areas of the body, damaged teeth will not get better on their own. Without restorative treatment, your tooth (teeth) will only continue to break down, resulting in more treatment to restore them as well as higher costs. The sooner you get your tooth restored via a dental crown, filling, inlay or onlay, the sooner you can have the peace of mind that your smile is protected in the long-term. Texas Dentistry offers all of these solutions for restorative dentistry in Kaufan and more, so don’t wait to get your smile restored!
Unlike traditional silver amalgam dental fillings, tooth-colored fillings do not require the use of metal materials to restore teeth. While this is clearly beneficial for aesthetic purposes, it’s also ideal for patients who worry about teeth sensitivity, a common issue associated with silver amalgam fillings. This is because tooth-colored fillings use composite resin to restore teeth, without sacrificing durability in the process. After clearing away decay and molding the resin inside of your tooth, we’ll cure it instantly, leaving you with a fully restored smile.
If your tooth decay is severe or your current fillings take up more than two-thirds of your overall tooth, a dental crown is a far more appropriate. This restoration is designed to prevent future damage to your natural tooth, seal your damaged tooth away from oral bacteria, and make your smile look complete. Crowns also prevent neighboring teeth from shifting into the open space created as a result of your damaged tooth.
When you’re in need of a durable, high-quality, and natural-looking crown, filling, inlay or onlay, we want to do everything possible to get it to you the same day you need. Our dental office makes an effort to restore damaged teeth in a single visit, allowing your damaged tooth to be properly protected while your permanent crown is being created. The dental labs we work with ensure that your restorations are made as quickly as possible.
Inlays and onlays are considered to be closer in similarity to dental crowns than fillings. However, they are not quite as extensive. Inlays are designed to restore deeper portions of teeth inside the actual crown, while onlays work to replace a wide portion that covers more surface area without covering the entire crown itself. These restorations are made from durable, tooth-colored ceramics to ensure natural esthetics and long-term use. Our dental office will help you determine the best option for your case.
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