Restorative Dentistry – Pasadena, TX
We Can Save Your Injured Teeth
Thanks to the latest advancements in the field of restorative dentistry, even the most decayed or broken tooth can be fully repaired to look and function like new again. If you have one tooth or several in need of attention, don’t delay in contacting Town Square Dental. Dr. Nguyen can use the treatments detailed below to practically turn back the clock for your smile, and he can completely personalize each one to perfectly suit your situation. To learn more and schedule an appointment, give us a call today.
Why Choose Town Square Dental for Restorative Dentistry?
- Finest Materials & Best Dental Labs Used
- Every Treatment is Performed with a Gentle Touch
- Happy to Help Patients of All Ages
Tooth-colored fillings enable Dr. Nguyen to quickly and effectively restore minor cavities in a single appointment, and unlike traditional silver fillings, these are designed to look completely natural. The composite resin material can be shaded to match a patient’s enamel, ensuring the restoration blends with the surrounding tooth. The metal-free nature of these fillings also means that they don’t cause excess sensitivity to temperature and allow for more healthy enamel to be preserved during placement, leading to a stronger tooth overall.
Dental crowns are extremely versatile and allow Dr. Nguyen to help his patients in a wide variety of ways. He can use them to fix large cavities, put cracked teeth back together, fortify weakened teeth, and even replace missing teeth when paired with dental implants. These restorations are custom-designed to look and function just like real enamel, and they work by simply fitting over a tooth to protect the remaining structure and also bring back its original function.Learn More
Root Canal Therapy
Do you have a raging toothache that just doesn’t seem to go away with over-the-counter pain medication? You might have a serious infection inside your tooth that warrants root canal therapy. During this painless procedure, we will remove the nerve from the damaged center of the tooth, clearing out harmful bacteria from the canals. After the tooth has been completely cleaned and sealed up, we’ll top it with a filling or crown and send you on your way.
In a perfect world, you would be able to keep all of your natural teeth for life, but sadly, that isn’t always the case. If a part of your smile has succumbed to severe trauma or decay, that tooth may need to be extracted in order to get your oral health back on track. If we conclude that extraction is necessary, we will begin discussing tooth replacement options with you so that you can have a complete smile again as soon as possible.