Consider restorative dentistry if you have damaged, decaying, or missing teeth. At Dentist at Rock Creek in Cypress, Texas, cosmetic and family dentists KimCuc Vo, DDS, Sandra Raouf, DDS, and the team regularly use restorative dentistry to treat cavities, severe enamel damage, and tooth loss. Call Dentist at Rock Creek to request a restorative dentistry consultation today or book online.
Restorative dentistry uses restorations, like crowns, bridges, or dental implants, to transform your smile and encourage optimal oral health.
If you’ve lost some or all of your teeth because of trauma, poor oral hygiene, or extractions, restorative dentistry can help. Before making treatment recommendations, the team at Dentist at Rock Creek takes several factors into account, including your general health, dental records, and what you like and dislike about your smile.
At Dentist at Rock Creek, the team offers various types of restorative dentistry, including:
Dental implants are metal posts inserted into the sockets where your teeth used to be. The implants integrate with your bone after placement, providing a base for crowns or implant-anchored dentures.
A crown is a cap bonded over a damaged or decaying tooth. At Dentist at Rock Creek, the team offers tooth-colored crowns. These crowns mimic the color of your natural enamel, ensuring they blend in with your smile.
Orthodontics uses appliances like Invisalign® aligners or FastBraces® to improve the alignment of your teeth or jaw. At Dentist at Rock Creek, the team regularly prescribes orthodontic treatment to children, teens, and adults.
Veneers are shells of porcelain or composite resin bonded to the front of your permanent teeth. They cover imperfections like stains, chips, or discoloration.
If you lose a single permanent tooth due to extraction, the team might recommend a bridge. A bridge features an artificial tooth and two crowns. The tooth fills the gap in your smile, and your dentist bonds the crowns to your abutment teeth on either side.
At the end of treatment, you have a beautiful and healthy smile. With regular checkups at Dentist at Rock Creek, you can maintain your results for years to come.
Only a qualified dentist can determine if restorative dentistry is right for you. After an in-office exam, a discussion of your goals, and a series of digital X-rays, the team can develop a treatment plan that aligns with your needs and budget.
Call Dentist at Rock Creek to request a restorative dentistry consultation today or book online.