If your teeth are ever in poor condition or missing, know that restorative dentistry could be just the answer to your troubles. Denton Oak Dentistry is a judgment-free zone, so you can feel comfortable coming to us when you experience any dental problems. Our team wants to help you get back to a bright, healthy smile!
Types of Reconstructive Dentistry
Reconstructive dentistry covers many different types of dental services. If you have concerns or are experiencing pain, or if we notice a problem, we can recommend the best treatment to restore the health of your smile.
Tooth fillings are used to strengthen and repair teeth that have been damaged by decay. For example if you have a cavity, we’ll clean out the area and “fill it” with a tooth-colored, metal-free filling.
To learn more, visit our Dental Fillings page!
Dental crowns can restore a damaged, weak, broken, or worn down tooth. This tooth restoration treatment also has other uses, such as to complete a dental implant or secure a dental bridge in place. We design dental crowns to fit in naturally with the rest of your smile.
To learn more, visit our Dental Crowns page!
Dentures & Bridges
Dentures and bridges are great options if you are missing multiple teeth. They are both time-tested options that have helped patients reclaim a full (and fully functioning) smile. If you are in need of complex dental reconstruction, we may recommend one of these treatments.
To learn more, visit our Dentures and Bridges page!
Dental implants are another way to replace either one or multiple teeth. They offer an even more natural fit and feel because they are permanently placed. In fact, many patients prefer them over any other tooth replacement option!
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Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment seems scary to some, but it’s actually a simple procedure for saving a severely infected tooth. This treatment can help alleviate any pain you might be feeling and can prevent you from losing your damaged tooth!
To learn more, visit our Root Canal Therapy page!
We only recommend tooth extractions if they’re absolutely necessary for your overall oral health, such as when there is serious decay, infection, or crowding. Before the treatment, the area will be numbed with local anesthesia.
To learn more, visit our Tooth Extractions page!