Restorative Dentistry – San Antonio, TX
Repairing Smiles with
While our dentists are staunch advocates for preventive care, restorative dentistry is necessary when patients come to see us with cavities, infections, or facial trauma. Preventing these issues is important, but avoiding them is not always possible. With dental crowns, tooth-colored fillings, and full mouth reconstructions, our team can repair smiles with metal-free solutions so that individuals can walk away feeling confident in their appearance and oral function. Contact our San Antonio dental office to learn more about the restorative dentistry services we offer.
Why Choose Orbis Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?
- High-Quality Materials Used to Craft Custom Restorations
- Dentists with Advanced Training & Experience to Provide Complex Treatments
- In-Office Membership Plan Available for Uninsured Patients
When a tooth requires protection from future decay and damage, dentists often turn to dental crowns. Commonly referred to as caps, these custom restorations can be made using EMAX, zirconia, or porcelain and are designed to match the size, shape, and shade of existing teeth. Fitting over the tops of visible teeth, dental crowns help to protect and strengthen the underlying enamel.
Tooth-colored fillings are made up of composite resin, which is a mixture of plastic (acrylic) and powdered glass. Created to match the shade of regular tooth enamel, these fillings do not expand when exposed to hot or cold temperatures, which often leads to damage with traditional metal fillings. The composite resin is highly flexible, so it fills in the treated area while minimal tooth structure needs to be removed.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
When all or most of your teeth are missing or damaged, a full mouth reconstruction can restore a functional, attractive smile using two or more procedures such as dental implants, veneers, bonding, and crowns. For complex surgical reconstruction, Drs. Lee and Hachem often collaborate to ensure a seamless experience with outstanding results. A consultation can determine the best techniques for your full mouth reconstruction.