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Restorative Dentistry – Mesquite, TX

For Broken or Decayed Teeth

Even a small amount of dental damage can grow larger over time and lead to infections, severe fractures, and – eventually – the extraction of your natural teeth. To save your smile, Dr. Walia will need to place a crown or a filling to bring the tooth back to its original size and strength while protecting it from further damage. And with the right material, we can make it appear as though the tooth was never injured in the first place! If your smile is looking broken or worn, give us a call today for restorative dentistry in Mesquite, TX.

Why Choose Dental Impressions for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Dental Crowns Placed in
    One Visit
  • Down-to-Earth
    Treatment Plans
  • We Treat Our Patients Like Family

Dental Crowns

Model smile with dental crown restoration

A crown acts as a “cap” for the tooth, completely covering it in order to restore its original shape and size. Over the years, we have placed crowns for many different reasons; sometimes it’s to stop a weakened tooth from breaking while in other cases it’s used to reverse damage that has already been done. We can even offer crowns to hide misshapen or severely discolored teeth. In most cases, we’ll recommend porcelain crowns that can be custom-shaded and shaped so well that most people won’t even realize you’ve had dental work done.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Closeup of smile with tooth-colored filling restoration

Metal fillings aren’t just unattractive; they also force us to remove small amounts of enamel in order to place them. On the other hands, composite resin fillings can blend right in with the rest of the enamel, and they can bond directly with the tooth itself. Thus, not only do they restore your smile’s natural appearance, but they can also strengthen the remaining dental structure. Fillings are usually appropriate when a small to moderate-sized restoration is needed.

One-Visit Dental Restorations

Woman with one visit dental restoration looking at smile in mirror

Waiting for a dental restoration to be made can be frustrating, and in the meantime, you’d have to wear a temporary crown that can be damaged more easily than a permanent one. But thanks to modern dental technology, there’s no need to wait anymore. After preparing your teeth as needed, Dr. Walia can design and create your restoration right there before cementing it to your smile so that you can face the world with a fully restored grin all the sooner!