Restorative Dentistry Longview, TX

Restorative dentistry, or the rehabilitation of one’s smile, is the process of repairing or replacing teeth that have been damaged or lost. If your smile contains severe tooth decay or damaged teeth, or if you have experienced a traumatic accident that has affected your teeth, our restorative dental services are the solution for you.

Restorations take many forms, and we offer a full range of dental services to repair tooth damage and replace missing teeth. Restoring your smile will have many benefits for oral health and quality of life.

Restorative dental care in Longview Texas

One of the most common rehabilitative dental procedures is a root canal. Root canals are used to eliminate the infection in a specific tooth by removing the tooth pulp, the common cause of infection or inflammation.

After removing the infected pulp inside the tooth, it will be filled and often capped with a dental crown to provide a lasting result. Root canals are important, enabling our dental care team to preserve your natural tooth and bite. 

Dental Crowns 

 A dental crown will completely cover and protect a broken or worn-down tooth from further damage. Crowns mimic the look and feel of natural teeth and are most often used as solutions for severe cavities.

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge is a restoration that is used to “bridge” a gap between teeth. The bridgework is a series of prosthetic teeth linked together and supported by an anchor on either side of the gap. The anchor that is supported on each side is by a natural tooth strengthened by a dental crown or a dental implant.

Dental Implants

Dental implants offer the best possible treatment for restoring natural function and aesthetics if you have lost a tooth or it requires extraction. 

Implant Dentures

If you need to replace a full arch of teeth, implant dentures can provide a stable and natural-looking treatment option.

Tooth Extractions

Although treatment of last resort, tooth extraction may be necessary if you are experiencing a toothache, chronic pain, or infection. Wisdom tooth extraction might be required if teeth don’t have enough room to enter naturally into the mouth or develop normally.

Bone Grafting

If you are missing teeth or have had bone loss in your jaw, bone grafting is the best solution to restore tissue and support a dental implant.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder when the muscles in the back of your throat can’t keep your airway open during sleep. This causes you to stop breathing briefly or have shallow breathing. As a result, you may have trouble sleeping well and feel tired during the day.