Repairing Teeth to Stay Strong
Repair and renew even the most damaged smiles with dental crowns, full and partial dentures, and composite fillings from our Bullard restorative dentistry.
Dr. Tad Morgan’s dental practice offers restoration services such as dental crowns, full and partial dentures, and composite fillings to repair and restore even the most damaged smiles.
If your smile has been tarnished by decaying or misshapen teeth, restorative dentistry from Dr. Morgan may pique your interest. From mending a single cavity to supplying complete mouth reconstruction, Dr. Morgan has the skill to reverse time on your smile. Connect with our office today to book an appointment or learn about our dental care and oral health services.
If you are worried about the appearance of teeth that have been damaged, decayed or worn down, we can restore your smile with a porcelain dental crown. These crowns not only return your tooth to its normal shape and size, but also help maintain your jaw’s natural alignment and provide extra protection from further damage.
Dental bridges are assembled from numerous dental caps, and they’re devised to restore one or more absent teeth in a line along a single arch. Bridges can be a great compromise for patients who aren’t content with detachable false teeth but also aren’t ready for dental implants. Extra caps will be put over neighboring healthy teeth to serve as “supports” that keep the new bridge secure, establishing a firm, permanent connection that looks natural. Both porcelain crowns and bridges will normally require two to three visits to plan, shape and place correctly.
For patients with cavities, we provide tooth-colored composite resin fillings. Composite resin is made of a plastic substance that is strengthened by powdered silica, ceramic or glass quartz. The material comes in many hues and can be shaped to perfectly fit your tooth. This material is used in cosmetic dentistry because it presents an alternative to black amalgam fillings. Composite resin contain no mercury, which should reassure those who are apprehensive about the mercury that can exist in amalgam filling material.
When a cavity is extensive, a filling might not be enough to offer strength or protection. When this occurs, an inlay or onlay could be used to prevent any further damage to your tooth. Inlays and onlays are designed from diverse materials such as porcelain and then positioned on the flawed region of your tooth enamel. Inlays and onlays present better remedial dentistry choices for restoring your smile.
If you have missing teeth, we can offer you a variety of restorative dentistry solutions to help bring your smile back. Not only does replacing missing teeth restore your appearance, but it can also stop remaining teeth from shifting out of place, correct an uneven bite, aid chewing and speaking, and even support the structure of the lower face for a more youthful look.
Dentures have been used to reclaim lost teeth for centuries, and today, many people still pick them due to their dependability, handiness and economical cost. Dr. Morgan provides both full and partial prosthetics. Full dentures are formed to replace a complete arc of teeth, while partials replace only certain teeth and allow surviving healthy teeth to remain intact. Both solutions are detachable for simple cleaning and individual storage when the patient is sleeping.
Do you need an alternative to loose-fitting dentures? Our practice offers implant-retained dentures, a secure and stable prosthetic designed to fit over placed implants.
In instances in which a tooth has become greatly damaged or injured, other forms of treatment may turn out to be ineffective. While Dr. Morgan does his best to rescue your tooth, there may be times where extraction is the most sensible option to preserve your oral health. Tooth extractions, including removing wisdom teeth or extracting teeth to free up room for orthodontic treatment, are all procedures our team can help make stress-free while you stay relaxed.
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