Restorative Dentistry – Lewisville, TX
Fix Your Chipped, Broken, & Decayed Teeth
Absolutely everyone needs some restorative dentistry from time to time, and that includes your dentist! Whether due to decay, an accident, or normal wear and tear, practically everyone you know requires a little smile repair from time to time. If you have one or more teeth in need of some TLC, the team at Creekview Family Dentistry has you covered with a number of high-quality solutions that can be custom-made just for you.
Why Choose Creekview Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?
- Restorations Specially-Designed for Each Patient
- Early, Late, & Saturday Appointments Available
- Relaxing Dental Office with a Beautiful View of the Lake
Tooth Colored Fillings
Have a cavity? Not anymore! With tooth-colored fillings, we can make dental decay practically disappear in just one appointment, and you won’t be left with a large gray mark on your tooth. Instead, we’ll use a composite resin that has been specially shaded to match your enamel to repair your tooth. It will end up looking just like natural dental structure, helping it blend seamlessly into the rest of your smile.
Dental crowns are truly the king of restorative dentistry! With this one treatment, our team can fix large cavities, put broken teeth back together, strengthen a root canal treated tooth, and even beautify a cosmetically imperfect tooth. These custom-made restorations are designed to look just like natural teeth and fit over damaged enamel like a protective helmet. At Creekview Family Dentistry, our crowns are primarily made of ceramic because they look the most like real enamel.
CEREC One Visit Dental Crowns
Don’t have time to get your problem tooth repaired? Thanks to CEREC, now you do! This technology enables our team to design, manufacture, and place high-quality dental crowns in just one visit. After scanning your tooth, your dentist will design your crown right before your eyes before sending the plan to our milling machine. There, it will be sculpted out of a single piece of dental porcelain. Your dentist can then bond the crown into place. Altogether, the process only takes about an hour, and it doesn’t require a messy dental impression either!
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