Restorative Dentistry – Weatherford, TX

Where Smiles Are Made New

At some point in your life, you’re probably going to need restorative dentistry. What is restorative dentistry? Fillings, crowns, bridges, dental implants…restorative dentistry refers to the treatments that are designed to repair the damage, whether that damage is caused by decay, infection, or injury. When you have a cavity, root canal infection, or injury that leads to tooth loss, Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Weatherford is here for you, offering a wide range of restorative treatments that can bring your smile back to life. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

Why Choose Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Weatherford for Restorative Dentistry?

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  • Locally Owned & Operated Dental Practice
  • We Welcome Your Dental Insurance

Dental Crowns

Dental crown resting on finger

If you have a damaged tooth, an option for fixing the problem can be a dental crown. Because our office is interested in bringing together cosmetic and restorative dentistry to give you results that are both attractive and strong, we offer beautiful crown treatments to rehabilitate smiles while returning them to their stunning natural appearance. With porcelain dental crown restorations, Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Weatherford offers you the most popular options modern dentistry provides.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated teeth with barely noticeable tooth colored fillings

If you have a small cavity or a slightly damaged tooth, we may choose to fix it with a filling. Traditionally, fillings are made of a substance called amalgam, which is a combination of different metals including mercury. These created dark gray lines that stuck out in your smile, and they required a large amount of your tooth to be removed, which weakened its overall structure.

With tooth-colored fillings, both of these problems are a thing of the past. They are made of a composite resin that bonds directly to your enamel, which allows your dentist to maintain more of your tooth’s natural structure. This will drastically increase the longevity of your restored tooth and may save you from having to get more treatments in the future. Plus, best of all, it can be specially shaded to match the rest of your smile and blend in seamlessly. The result is a tooth that will look great and stand the test of time.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of woman smiling with straight white teeth after restorative dentistry

Full mouth reconstruction is a method used to treat smiles that are commonly plagued with multiple problems. Cavities, gum disease, and infection can all be treated by our team who will combine two or more restorative dentistry services into one treatment plan. By streamlining the process, we can make your smile work like new as well as enhance its appearance using natural materials that help you to embrace greater confidence.

CEREC Same-Day Crowns

An alternative option to traditional dental crowns that must be crafted by off-site lab technicians is CEREC same-day crowns. Developed here in our dental office, we can treat your damaged or decayed tooth from beginning to end in a single appointment. There is no need for a temporary crown, as you can expect to receive your new and improved artificial tooth in a matter of hours.

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