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Restorative Dentistry

Enhancing the Health
of Your Smile

Woman with flawless smile after restorative dentistry

It’s not uncommon for patients to experience dental decay or damage that causes tooth sensitivity and discomfort that makes it hard for them to go about their daily lives. In these situations, we’re proud to offer dental restorations that don’t just protect your teeth from further damage, but they also allow you to keep the appearance of your natural teeth. We do this by using custom-shaded porcelain, ceramic, and composite resin dental materials. To learn more about how we can get your oral health back in tip-top shape, contact our dental office today for restorative dentistry in Wichita Falls, TX.

Why Choose Wichita Falls Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Durable, Biocompatible Filling Material
  • Custom-Made Dental Crowns
  • Skilled in Advanced Dental Techniques

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dentist checking man's smile after tooth colored filling

In the past, dentists would use an amalgam filling composed of several different metals, including nickel to treat cavities. While they protected the tooth, they were also known to cause a variety of other undesirable effects, like dental sensitivity, tooth discoloration, cracks, and gum discoloration. At Wichita Falls Dental, we use a tooth-colored composite resin material to restore cavities and prevent additional decay. It’s biocompatible as well, which allows it to chemically fuse with your enamel for a stronger bond and be gentler on your gums.

Dental Crowns

Model smile with dental crown restoration

If you fracture, break, or damage a tooth, we offer customized dental crowns that are uniquely made for your teeth. To place the crown, we’ll remove a small portion of the outer layer of your tooth to accommodate for the thickness of the crown. Then, we’ll cement your custom-fabricated ceramic or metal crown over your tooth to provide it with protection, strength, and durability for years to come.

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