3045 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015

Restorative Dentistry Arlington, TX

Restorative dentistry can repair damaged teeth and restore missing teeth. Treatments that are a part of restorative care can help patients who have problems biting, chewing, and speaking. Restorative dentistry services in our Arlington, TX office can improve everyday life for patients who need to renew the appearance, comfort, and function of their smiles. We also provide additional dental services to new and existing patients in Arlington, Texas.

Restorative Dentist in Arlington, TX

Restorative Dentistry in Arlington, TX

You can renew your smile with these restorative dental treatments: 

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge is a restoration that can replace one or more missing teeth. Bridges can use support from crown-capped teeth or dental implants. We recommend implant-secured bridges because they help fill gaps between teeth.  

Dental Crowns

A dental crown is a cap shaped and colored like a natural tooth. Crowns can cover worn or weakened teeth, cap off dental implants, and secure dental bridges. Dental crowns fully cover and protect single teeth. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants are small, titanium posts that replace missing teeth at the root. Dental implants may secure single dental crowns, dental bridges, or dentures. With implants, restorations can last much longer, allowing patients to eat and speak more clearly. 

Dentures

Partial and complete dentures replace rows or full arches of missing teeth. Traditional dentures are removable and lay on the gums. However, like dental bridges, dentures can use implants for support. 

TMJ Nightguard

A night guard, or occlusal guard, is a retainer fabricated by the lab to fit perfectly to your upper teeth. This device is becoming increasingly common, as many people clench or grind their teeth at night, during stressful or focused periods, or even when working out.

The hard retainer not only helps protect teeth from wearing down and cracking over time, but it also extends the life of your existing fillings and crowns, as it protects the edges of the fillings or porcelain from wearing thin. It can also provide relief from tight jaws and facial muscles.

Gum Disease Treatment 

If you have bleeding, irritated, or swollen gums, we provide periodontal disease treatment to restore your gum health. Gum disease treatment helps restore the comfort, appearance, and function of your gum tissue.

Schedule an Appointment

Call our office for restorative care today at 817-646-1217. You can also request a dental consultation with us online.