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Restorative Dentistry – Plano, TX

Personalized Restorations for Damaged Teeth

Man and woman with healthy smiles after restorative dentistry

You may believe that you’ll never have to deal with a damaged or chipped tooth, but issues like these are more common than you’d think. At some point in your life, you very well may need to have a dental filling, crown, or other restorative service completed to protect your smile. At ProSmiles Dental & Orthodontics of Plano our team provides beautiful and fully customized options for restorative dentistry in Plano, TX, so only you and our dentists will know you had dental work done.

Why Choose ProSmiles Dental & Orthodontics of Plano for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Restorations Designed and Fabricated by Trusted Plano Labs
  • Fully Personalized to Last and Look Natural
  • Highly Skilled Dentists Dedicated to Your Comfort

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Animated smile after tooth colored filling treatment

Dental fillings of the past would typically be dark and silver-colored, making them quite noticeable when smiling. Today, dental fillings are made from tooth-colored materials to ensure they blend in with existing enamel without compromising longevity. Because they are not made of metal, you won’t have to worry about them triggering tooth sensitivity when exposed to very hot or cold temperatures. They also won’t risk damage to your tooth by contracting, a common issue for metal fillings.

Porcelain Dental Crowns

Animated smile during porcelain dental crown placement

In certain cases, a dental filling is not enough to resolve a cavity. Dental crowns effectively cover the entire tooth, protect the remaining enamel, restore your smile’s chewing ability, and resolve any cosmetic imperfections. We can also use them to build more complex restorations, including dental bridges and dentures. Since porcelain crowns are incredibly natural-looking while still being durable, we do not need to resort to using metal crowns just to restore your smile.

Tooth Extractions

Woman holding up tooth after extraction

No one wants to hear that need to have a tooth removed. However, sometimes a tooth can be so damaged that it would actually be more harmful to keep it than take it out of the mouth. For example, if decay or injury is too extensive for a filling, crown, root canal therapy to resolve, we’ll schedule an extraction. We may also extract a tooth if a baby tooth is preventing eruption of an adult tooth or we need to make room for denture or orthodontic appliances.

Root Canal Therapy

Severely decayed tooth in need of root canal therapy

Teeth are made from incredibly tough enamel, the hardest substance in the human body. On the inside, however, they contain soft bundles of nerve-filled tissue called pulp. This material is quite vulnerable to infection, which is why if it’s ever exposed to bacteria it can lead to major discomfort and even put the tooth at risk. The good news is we can prevent the need for an extraction when caught early enough and treated through root canal therapy. With our friendly team by your side, you have nothing to fear about this procedure; most patients note treatment feels akin to receiving a dental filling.

Oral Surgery

Dentist performing oral surgery

Certain dental procedures can be more complicated than others, whether it’s repairing the jawbone or removing a tooth that’s trapped underneath gum tissue. Our dentists are highly trained to perform a variety of dental services, including oral surgery, entirely in-house for your convenience. As a result, you won’t need to drive to other dental offices or speak with teams you don’t know just to get your smile taken care of. We will always strive to repair your dental damage to the fullest and restore your oral health so you can smile with confidence again.

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