Restorative Dentistry Greenville, TX

Restorative dental care can restore a tooth’s shape and appearance to its natural state. If you have a damaged tooth or experienced a traumatic accident that has affected your teeth, our restorative services are the solution. With restorative dental treatments, we help patients replace missing teeth, cover and protect damaged teeth, and restore the look and feel of the natural smile.

Restorations take many forms. Luckily, our Greenville, TX, dental team has expert-level experience and passion in restorative dentistry. We also provide many additional dental services at our Greenville, TX, dental office.

Restorative Dentist in Greenville, Texas

Restorative Dentistry in Greenville, TX

Dr. Scott Marshall offers personalized dental care to help restore your smile. He will begin by evaluating your dental health and discussing your personal concerns about your smile. Wesley Dental offers a full range of restorative dentistry services to meet your needs and restore your natural smile. We even offer full mouth reconstruction and dental implants. Dr. Marshall can help you regain your oral health and confidence using state of the art dental technology and innovative restorative dental techniques.

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge is a restorative dental treatment that we use to replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of artificial teeth, known as pontics, anchored to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants. Dental bridges restore both the appearance and functionality of the smile by filling gaps, improving chewing ability, and preventing adjacent teeth from shifting. They can be made from various materials, including porcelain and metal alloys, providing a durable and aesthetically pleasing solution for tooth replacement.

Dental Crown

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped, dental prosthetic that will completely cover a damaged or worn-down tooth. Its purpose is to protect it from further damage and restore the tooth’s strength, shape, and appearance. Dental crowns can also cover large fillings for severe cavities. We use tooth crowns that are made from porcelain so they mimic the look and feel of a natural tooth. Dental crowns encase the entire visible tooth to the gum line, and will the tooth to function normally. To learn more about the benefits of a dental crown, see Dental Crown.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a titanium post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone to serve as artificial tooth roots. A singular or multiple dental implants provide a stable foundation for replacement teeth, such as dental crowns, dental bridges, or dentures. They fuse with the jawbone to become a permanent dental restoration. This ensures that your false teeth are more stable and durable than other teeth replacement solutions. They also offer a long-term solution for missing teeth, restoring both function and aesthetics. Dental implants bone loss, maintain facial structure, and eliminate issues associated with traditional dentures. Implants mimic natural teeth, allowing patients to regain confidence in their smiles and enjoy improved oral health by preserving adjacent teeth and supporting overall dental well-being. To learn more about the dental implant process, see Dental Implants.

Dentures and Partials

Dentures and partials dentures are removable prosthetic dental restorations that we use to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They consist of artificial teeth set in a flesh-colored acrylic base that fits over the gums. Dentures restore oral function, aid in speech, and enhance aesthetics. There are two main types: full dentures replace all teeth in an arch, while partial dentures replace some missing teeth and anchor to existing natural teeth. We can custom make your dentures for a comfortable fit and natural appearance, improving the quality of life for individuals with tooth loss by restoring their ability to chew, speak, and smile confidently.

Periodontal Disease Treatment

Gum disease is a progressive disease that affects your oral health. The treatment for it addresses the inflammation and infection of the gums and supporting structures around the teeth. Scaling and root planing, a deep cleaning procedure, will remove plaque and tartar from the tooth surfaces and roots. In more advanced cases, surgical interventions may be necessary. Regular professional cleanings and improved oral hygiene practices at home can help you manage your periodontal disease, prevent it from causing further damage, and promote overall gum health.

TMJ Treatment

If you suffer from a TMJ disorder, you will require TMJ treatment. Our TMJ treatments focus on managing your jaw joints and the surrounding muscles. We offer dental appliances, like splints our mouthguards, to help provide relief from TMJ jaw pain. In many patients, teeth grinding is a common symptom or side effect of a TMJ disorder. A TMJ mouthguard will help protect the teeth and provide relief to the joints. It is worn while sleeping to reposition the jaw into a more natural position. When worn at night, it will help prevent teeth grinding and jaw clenching.

The Importance of Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is an important part of our dental practice. It allows us to restore our patient’s oral health which will support their overall health. Our variety of restorative procedures allow us to fix teeth that are cracked, chipped, decayed, worn down, infected, or missing. Addressing these kind of dental issues are very important for many reasons:

  • Help to preserve natural teeth: A restorative treatment can help to salvage a damaged or decayed tooth to prevent a tooth extraction.
  • Restore the functionality of teeth: By restoring teeth to their most natural state, they will be able to function properly when you chew, speak, and they will help maintain your facial structure.
  • Provides pain Relief: Restoring teeth can alleviate pain and discomfort caused by dental issues, improving your comfort and quality of life.
  • Prevents further damage to your teeth: Restoring a tooth, especially in the early stages, will prevent further damage to the tooth.
  • Improves the aesthetics of your smile: Not only can restoring your teeth help your oral health, but it will also enhance the appearance of your teeth thus boosting your self-esteem and confidence.
  • Support Your Overall Health: Oral health is closely connected to overall health. Restorative dentistry will help prevent oral infections and inflammation, which are often associated with systemic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes.

Schedule a Consultation for Restorative Dentistry in Greenville, TX

Our dental office serves a large majority of the Greenville, Texas, area and surrounding communities. We see patients from White Rock, Neylandville, Commerce, Campbell, Cumby, Miller Grove, Lone Oak, Point, East Tawakoni, West Tawakoni, Hawk Cove, Quinlan, Cash, Hendrix, Caddo Mills, Clinton, Floyd, Josephine, Farmersville, Merit, Arnold, and Celeste.

Our dental team can’t wait to help you achieve the smile you deserve! Call Wesley Dental for restorative dental care today at 903-270-5279. You can also schedule a dental consultation on our website. Do you have questions or concerns? Please let us know at your next dental appointment, and we can assist you.