Restorative Dentistry refers to procedures that replace missing teeth or restore damaged teeth. Procedures offered by restorative dentists may vary depending on the post-graduate training of the dentist. As a matter of fact, the American Dental Association does not recognize restorative dentistry as a dental specialty. For that reason, many general dentists offer restorative dental procedures in the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex. Thankfully, Dr. Anthony Dillard is your go-to restorative dentist in Carrollton, TX.
Reinvigorate your smile and your life with full-service restorative dentistry from Dr. Dillard. Backed by a team of skilled professionals, Dr. Dillard mends damaged teeth and makes your incomplete smile whole again through progressive restorative therapies. From porcelain crowns to dental implant restorations, we provide comprehensive care to improve oral and overall health. First and foremost, our goal is to save your natural teeth.
Our comprehensive dental restoration services include:
Dental implants are truly a revolutionary dental procedure that can revitalize smiles. One of the most significant benefits of dental implants is that they integrate directly with the jaw, acting the same as the root of your tooth. As a result, the implant will alleviate the problem of bone loss in the jaw. Bone loss is common when it comes to missing teeth that are left untreated for a long period of time. For patients who’ve lost one or more teeth, it is important to replace the missing tooth.
A dental bridge fills the gap left by the missing tooth. While a dental bridge does not replace the root of your teeth, it may be appropriate for your needs. Generally, a bridge uses neighboring teeth to support a dental restoration. Ideally, a dental implant is a better long-term solution than a dental bridge. Dr. Dillard will help you find a dental restoration that meets your needs.
Dental fillings restore teeth that are in the beginning stages of decay. Our Carrollton dentist, Dr. Dillard may find the early onset of tooth decay during your dental exam and cleaning. A dental filling can restore your tooth in the early stages of tooth decay. If left untreated, additional tooth material will need to be removed. As a result, you may need a more extensive dental restoration procedure.
A dental crown or cap restores a tooth’s structure, form, and function. Generally, placing a crown is best when a tooth is weakened by extensive decay, injury, or deterioration of a large filling. Crowns are more durable and longer-lasting than a filling and protect a tooth from fracturing over time. Dental Crowns are made of porcelain, strong ceramic material for long-lasting tooth restorations.
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