Restorative Dentistry Saving Dallas Smiles
Rebuild Your Smile
It’s very common for a person to experience a broken, decayed, or missing tooth at some point in their life. Nobody’s perfect! When this happens, Universal Dental is able to provide restorative services that can quickly and effectively give you your complete smile back. Using tooth-colored fillings, crowns and bridges, and more, we’ll make sure your newly repaired smiled doesn’t just look great, but will stand the test of time as well. If your smile needs just a little help, be sure to contact us today for an appointment.
Crowns & Bridges
Dental crowns and bridges are two of the most reliable treatments in all of dentistry, and they can be used to repair a damaged tooth and even replace missing teeth. Using high-quality materials and a meticulous attention to detail, we’ll make sure these restorations seamlessly blend into your smile and make it look like nothing ever happened to your teeth. To learn how they work and how they could help you, click on the link below.
Traditionally, fixing a small cavity entailed using a metal filling, and while they are very strong, they always affect the appearance of the tooth they repair by leaving a large gray mark. With tooth-colored fillings, however, we can restore your tooth without altering your smile.
Tooth-colored fillings are made of a composite resin that can be specially shaded to perfectly match the teeth’s natural color, making them practically invisible once they are placed. Even better, they also form a stronger bond with enamel compared to traditional fillings, ensuring the long term strength of a repaired tooth.
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures are one of the quickest and most affordable ways to effectively replace multiple missing teeth. Thanks to advancements in the field of dental prosthetics, modern-day dentures are now smaller, sleeker and more comfortable than ever.
A partial denture can be used to fill in the gaps between your remaining teeth like the missing piece of a puzzle, while full dentures can restore an entire row of missing teeth. No matter what you need, we’ll make sure you get a denture with the perfect look and fit for you.
If you have a cavity that has been left untreated for a long time or you’ve suffered an accident that fractured a tooth, it’s very easy for the innermost layer of the tooth, the dental pulp, to become infected. This is where the nerve of the tooth is located, so this infection can be extremely painful.
The solution? With a root canal, we can remove this tissue and relieve your pain in as little as one appointment. Thanks to modern dental techniques such as local anesthesia and sedation, this often dreaded procedure is now no more painful than getting a small filling.
While our number one goal is to always preserve your natural teeth for as long as possible, sometimes the best course of treatment may involve removing one. This may be the case if:
- A tooth is too damaged to be restored
- Gum disease has damaged the bone supporting a tooth
- A baby tooth refuses to fall out naturally
- Room is needed for a denture
- Room is needed for orthodontic treatment
Fortunately, our practice is specially equipped to handle even the most complicated extractions without having to refer you to an expensive specialist.