Restorative Dentistry – Humble, TX
Beautiful & Long-Lasting Dental Repairs
Do you have one tooth (or two, or three…) that has seen better days? Has dental decay, natural wear and tear, or even an accident robbed your smile of its confidence and strength? If so, then our restorative treatments are here to help. Whether you need a small cavity repaired or a few broken teeth put back together, our artistic touch and high-quality restorations can make your dental issue seem like it never existed. To learn more about your options and schedule an appointment, contact us for restorative dentistry in Humble, TX today.
Why Choose Progressive Dental Group for Restorative Dentistry?
- Restorations 100% custom-made for every patient
- Kind, compassionate, & highly skilled team
- Crowns & fillings designed to blend seamlessly into the smile
If you believe that your dental problem is so minor that it can just be ignored, think again. Unfortunately, pretty much all dental issues, whether it’s a cavity or cracked tooth, only get worse as time goes by. Decay progresses and turns into pain, and broken enamel usually wears down until a tooth’s sensitive nerve is exposed, leading to…you guessed it…pain. The best approach is to take care of an issue right away before it becomes a major headache, which is exactly what our team can do with the treatments detailed below.
A dental crown restores a tooth's shape, size, and strength. It fully encases the visible portion of your tooth or dental implant. Once it is permanently bonded in place, only a dentist or specialist can remove it. With proper care and good oral hygiene, the life of a crown can range from 5 to 15 years or longer.
Rather than using dark gray silver fillings to repair cavities and slightly damaged teeth, our team is able to make cavities practically disappear with tooth-colored fillings. They are made of a composite resin material that comes in a variety of natural shades, meaning we can place a restoration that’s guaranteed to blend into any smile. Tooth-colored fillings also bond better to dental structure than old metal ones, which in turn helps the tooth as well as the restoration last much longer.