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Restorative Dentistry – Dallas, TX

Bringing Damaged Teeth Back from the Brink

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When a patient develops a cavity or experiences an accident where their teeth have been damaged, that’s when restorative dentistry comes to the rescue. Minor decay can quickly be taken care of with a tooth-colored filling, and we can basically make a broken tooth look like new again with a crown. If a few members of your smile have seen better days, just give Daily Smiles Dental a call, and we’ll turn your dental problems into distant memories before you know it!

Why Choose Daily Smiles Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Restorations custom-made for every patient
  • Partnered with the best dental labs in Dallas
  • Designed to look natural & last a lifetime

What Happens if I Do Nothing?

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In most cases, minor dental problems don’t stay that way if they’re ignored. Your enamel can’t actually heal itself, so decay will continue to progress, and weakened teeth will only grow weaker. This usually leads to tooth loss, which can cause a lot of issues itself, and is much more expensive to correct versus repairing a tooth with restorative care. Thankfully, we have the expertise to help patients rebuild their smile and avoid all of these pitfalls.

Dental Crowns

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Dental crowns are tooth-shaped restorations that fit over the top of damaged teeth. They are shaped to look just like a real tooth, and they provide protection for the remaining natural structure. We use them to repair large cavities, put broken teeth back together, and even cosmetically enhance teeth that may be oddly shaped or spaced. Every crown we provide is completely custom-made for each patient, and the process to get one only takes two easy visits to our dental office.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Our team places fillings all of the time to repair minor cavities, and to make sure we preserve the look of our patient’s teeth in the process, we only use tooth-colored fillings. They are made of a plastic-based composite resin, and it comes in a spectrum of natural shades that can be perfectly matched to any patient’s enamel. That way, the restoration ends up looking like regular dental structure. Plus, because they’re 100% metal-free, these fillings also don’t make the teeth more sensitive to hot and cold temperatures like traditional ones.

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