Fix Broken and Decayed Teeth with Restorative Dentistry
Many unpleasant things can happen to your teeth, and in the end, it’s your smile that suffers. Whether they have become decayed or broken because of an injury, the fact remains that you want them to get restored as soon as possible. Dr. David Vaca, Dr. Chris Kirby, and our team are happy to help. Our restorative services do exactly what the name says: restore your smile. No matter what condition your smile is in, we can bring it back to its former glory. If you have some teeth that need a little help, be sure to contact our office today, whether you’re in Longview, Kilgore, Marshall, or other East Texas communities.
Traditional Crowns & Bridges
When it comes to repairing damaged teeth and replacing missing teeth, two of the most time-tested and trusted methods involve dental crowns and bridges. These have been used for generations because they are excellent at restoring a tooth’s strength and appearance at the same time. With just two easy visits, we can rebuild your smile and restore your teeth’s function. If you’d like to learn more about how we use crown and bridge, be sure to click on the links below.
Tooth-colored fillings are used to repair teeth that have been damaged slightly by decay or trauma. Rather than using silver-colored amalgam, these fillings are made of a composite resin. This material is strong and malleable, plus it can be specially shaded to perfectly match the color of your surrounding enamel, offering you a clinical and cosmetic solution with just one visit. It also bonds directly to your teeth, meaning more of your tooth’s natural strength will be preserved while it’s being placed, which will increase its longevity.
Dentures & Partial Dentures
When it comes to replacing a large amount of missing teeth, dentures are one of the quickest and most cost-effective ways to do it. The dentures of today are much more comfortable and natural looking than the ones from the past, but the end result is still a fully restored smile.
Partial dentures can be used to replace missing teeth that are located throughout the mouth, while a full denture can replace an entire row of missing teeth. For a more permanent solution, they can even be held in place with dental implants.
When it comes to relieving severe dental pain and saving teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted, root canals are actually one of the best tools we have available. Thanks to modern dentistry, it’s now practically painless. If you’re suffering from a severe toothache, this should be music to your ears. Curious about how it works? Be sure to click on the link below to learn more.
While our number one priority is to always preserve your natural teeth, sometimes the best course involves extracting them. This may be necessary because:
- A tooth is too damaged to be restored
- To make room for orthodontic treatment
- To make room for dentures
- To replace a damaged tooth with a dental implant
- To remove impacted/infected wisdom teeth
In any case, we’ll do everything we can to make sure you are comfortable. We can even offer various forms of sedation so that you can be perfectly relaxed.