RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY IN CYPRESS, TX!
When performing restorative dentistry, it’s important to take an approach that incorporates both science and artistry. Our goal is to make your smile fully functional while improving its appearance as well. Cypress dentist Dr. Tran and our professional team are passionate about giving our patients the highest quality of life with long-lasting, natural-looking smile restorations. Call to schedule your consultation today!
REVAMP YOUR SMILE
If you’ve never had a filling before, it’s likely you’ll need at least one in your lifetime. We offer composite, tooth-colored fillings that blend in seamlessly with your surrounding teeth. Composite fillings are mercury-free and safer for your total health than traditional amalgam dental fillings.
For teeth that are severely decayed or structurally damaged, we offer dental crowns. Dental crowns completely cover the visible portion of your tooth. They can be made of a variety of materials, including metals, porcelain, or ceramic. Oftentimes, ceramic and porcelain are the preferred material, as they can be made to match the shade of your natural tooth.
Dental bridges are used to close the gap left behind by one or more missing teeth. They’re composed of at least two dental crowns with false teeth in between. The crowns will be attached to the teeth or dental implants surrounding your gap and your false teeth will fit perfectly into the empty space. Much like crowns, bridges are often made of ceramic or porcelain.
Full & Partial Dentures
The comfort and appearance of dentures have dramatically improved over the years. Both full and partial prostheses consist of a gum-like acrylic base with false teeth attached, but the difference lies within the way they’re secured. Full dentures require a dental adhesive, while partial dentures attach with discreet metal clips.
Get a Full Smile
Though historically viewed as an extensive procedure, root canal therapy is actually quite simple and has a very high success rate. Our team will simply remove the infected pulp of your tooth, clean the canal, and seal it to prevent future infections. It’s an outpatient procedure, meaning you’ll be able to return to normal activity the very same day.
While we hope to avoid tooth extractions at all costs, they are sometimes the best plan of action to maintain your oral health. We’ll make your procedure as comfortable and stress-free as possible and provide you with detailed aftercare instructions for a speedy recovery. Once the area is healed, we can go over your options for tooth replacement.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Rather than referring you out to an oral surgeon, we keep most extractions and wisdom teeth removals in-house. Leaving your wisdom teeth in place can lead to a variety of complications, including overcrowding, impactions, and painful eruption. Wisdom teeth removal is recommended on a case-by-case basis and can be determined at your routine exams.
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