Restorative Dentistry in Spring, TX

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Dental Fillings

Repairing cavities immediately with dental fillings is essential for your oral health. At our office, our doctors exclusively offer composite (tooth-colored) dental fillings. This type of filling provides a natural, tooth-colored restoration.

Compared to metal-amalgam fillings, composite fillings are free of heavy metals, more natural in appearance, and require the removal of less tooth material during the preparation process, making them our preferred method of tooth restoration at Consultants in Dental Aesthetics. Contact us now to schedule an appointment if you think you may have a cavity.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a very common procedure and may be required if your tooth has been severely damaged by an oral injury or an extensive cavity, resulting in an infection of the “pulp” inside the tooth. During root canal therapy, your doctor will open up the tooth, remove the infected pulp, and fill and cap the tooth to protect it from further damage.

At Consultants in Dental Aesthetics, we offer both anterior (front) and posterior (rear) root canal therapy. Posterior root canals are far more common since the rear teeth become infected more frequently. Anterior root canals are considered to be much more difficult due to the smaller size of the teeth, but we have the skills, expertise, and tools you need to restore a tooth anywhere in your mouth.

Get Your Smile Back With Dentures

Dentures are an inexpensive, quick restoration method if you’ve lost one or more of your natural teeth. We offer both full and partial dentures at Consultants in Dental Aesthetics.

Partial dentures are built with a metal and plastic framework that holds one or more false teeth and attaches to your remaining healthy teeth. If you have only lost a few teeth and your remaining teeth are healthy, these are a good option.

Full dentures, on the other hand, should only be used if you’ve lost most or all of your teeth. This is because your remaining teeth all must be extracted before treatment, as the dentures are built to fit tightly over your gums, and natural teeth will only interfere with the fitting process.