In El Paso, TX
Restorative dentistry blends the art of science and aesthetics to restore a smile’s health, functionality, and appearance. From cavities to tooth loss to pesky wisdom teeth, our knowledgeable team can create a personalized treatment plan to get your smile back up and running. Questions about restorative dentistry? Please contact our office and one of our team members would be happy to speak with you!
After tooth decay is removed, we use composite resin to cover the divot left by the cavity. We match the color of your filling to the shade of your tooth, so it blends in seamlessly. Our subtle fillings can help improve your oral health and prevent future decay in the area.
Crowns, also known as dental caps, are ceramic shells that completely cover an existing tooth. They are a versatile treatment that can be utilized for a variety of purposes, such as fixing a cracked or broken tooth, supporting a weak tooth, strengthening a tooth after a root canal, and so much more.
If you’re missing one tooth or multiple teeth in a row, dental bridges may be the best solution for you. Bridges are prostheses that have dental crowns on either end with natural-looking replacement teeth in the middle. The crowns cover the teeth on either side of the gap for additional support and the replacement teeth fit securely in the empty space.
Full & Partial Dentures
Our custom-fitted dentures can replace a full or partial arch of teeth. A denture has an acrylic, gum-colored base that has replacement teeth attached to it. Dentures are designed to resemble your natural teeth and they fit snugly on the gum line with the help of extra-strength denture adhesives.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that usually erupt between the ages of 15 and 25. While some wisdom teeth come in without a hitch, it’s not uncommon for them to cause issues when they erupt. We can perform gentle wisdom teeth removal to preserve your oral health.
Root Canal Therapy
If you have a severely damaged or infected tooth due to dental trauma or decay, we can perform root canal therapy to preserve your natural tooth. During a root canal, we remove the defective pulp from inside your tooth and clean and disinfect the area. Once the pulp is removed, we fill in your tooth to prevent future decay and seal it with a crown.