Damaged and missing teeth affect both how your smile looks and how it functions. You may find it difficult to perform such basic activities as eating a meal. With restorative dentistry, you’ll regain your smile’s appearance and its full functionality.
Our restorative dental care will:
- Replace missing teeth to fill the gaps in your smile
- Make it possible for you to eat all of your favorite foods
- Protect you from experiencing further dental damage
- Make your smile whole again so you can smile more confidently
- Relieve pain caused by damaged teeth
Choose the Right Kind of Dental Restoration
No matter what kind of damage your mouth has suffered, we have a dental restoration that can fix it:
- Tooth Fillings – Unlike metal fillings, our composite fillings are the same color as your teeth. They won’t attract negative attention to your smile.
- Dental Crowns – A crown covers your entire tooth, so it fixes many issues, including broken teeth and cracked teeth. It also makes your tooth stronger and protects it from further damage.
- Inlays and Onlays – These dental restorations cover more of your tooth’s surface than a filling but less than a crown. They are often the right solution if a cavity is too big for a filling but not really large enough for a crown.
- Dental Bridges – A bridge works well to replace a single missing tooth or several adjacent teeth. Unlike dentures, a bridge never needs to be removed for cleaning, so your oral hygiene routine can stay the same.
- Dentures – Choose full dentures for full-mouth teeth replacement or partial dentures if you still have some teeth left.
We Use the Latest Techniques for Pain-Free Root Canals
Root canals have gotten a bad reputation. Dr. Ali Falahat uses the latest technologies and treatment techniques to keep root canal therapy as comfortable and quick as possible. For instance, he uses an electric rotary handpiece to reach the infected nerves inside your tooth. A root canal ends your pain; it doesn’t cause it. We also use effective local anesthesia so you won’t feel a thing. We’ll even numb your gums with a topical gel before administering anesthesia so you won’t feel a needle stick.
For restorative dentistry in Houston, TX, call 713-234-6690.