Repairing chipped, cracked, and missing teeth is essential to maintaining good oral health and tooth function. At Advanced Dentistry, cosmetic and general dentists Varghese John, DMD, Sanaz Rouhani, DDS, and their team provide a wide range of reconstructive dentistry services to restore your smile’s function and appearance. To make an appointment, call the office in Sugar Land, Texas, or book online today.
Reconstructive dentistry repairs existing damage to improve the appearance and function of your teeth. If you have tooth damage, reconstructive treatments can restore your bite, relieve tooth pain, and prevent future fractures and decay. Reconstructive dentistry can also enhance your bite — the way your teeth fit together.
Reconstructive dentistry can address multiple dental issues at once, such as:
After a comprehensive dental evaluation, your provider at Advanced Dentistry can determine whether you’re a candidate for reconstructive dentistry. Your provider may recommend combining multiple treatments to address your concerns.
Advanced Dentistry offers several types of reconstructive dentistry treatments, including:
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that protects and restores the shape and size of a damaged tooth. Your provider may recommend a crown if you have a chipped, cracked, or misshapen tooth. Crowns can also protect weakened teeth after root canal therapy.
Dental bridges are fixed prosthetics that replace missing teeth. The appliance includes two crowns with one or more artificial teeth in the center. These crowns fit over your surrounding teeth to secure the bridge in place.
A filling restores the shape and size of a decayed tooth. After removing the decayed part of your tooth, your provider applies a filling material. The most popular types are metal and tooth-colored fillings. Your provider can help determine the best type for you.
Bonding uses composite resin materials to repair chips, cracks, and gaps in your teeth. This fast, cost-effective treatment can restore the appearance and function of mildly damaged teeth.
Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Made of titanium, implants bond to your jawbone, and once placed, they hold your replacement teeth securely in place. You can chew, eat, and speak as you usually would thanks to dental implants.
A full mouth reconstruction is an individualized treatment plan that addresses multiple concerns. During a full mouth reconstruction, your provider can improve your tooth function with crowns, bridges, dental implants, and other reconstructive treatments.
To learn more about reconstructive dentistry, make an appointment by calling the Advanced Dentistry office or booking online today.
We treat patients for dental implants, full mouth rehab, crowns, dental cleanings, implant supported dentures, and more. We accept most PPO Dental insurance. Call us to book your appointment today.