Ready to Restore Your Smile with a Seamless Solution?

Ready to Restore Your Smile with a Seamless Solution?Are you suffering from sensitivity when you try to enjoy meals? Has this made it difficult to go out with friends, or even to sit down for dinner with the family? Sensitivity and discomfort are common warning signs of dental decay or other tooth-related problems, such as cracks. Fortunately, modern dental restorations make it possible to address most issues with natural-looking and comfortable results. That means you can get back to enjoying your favorite meals, and the people you share them with, soon.

Could a Modern Restoration Improve Your Smile’s Comfort?

If you are looking for a way to improve your comfort, a modern restoration could certainly help. All restorative treatments are meant to help prevent fragile or damaged teeth from becoming worse with further wear. They also serve to prevent infection, though, by eliminating exposure to bacteria on the interior of the tooth.

Modern restorations are also designed with comfort in mind, which means they help to eliminate sensitivity caused by the pulp, or inside, of the tooth being exposed to food and air, but also by eliminating metal, which conducts high levels of heat.

Enjoy Confidence with a Natural-looking Restoration

Another benefit of modern dental restorations is that they are designed to look natural, so that patients can smile confidently without fear that their metal dental restorations will be easily spotted. Modern fillings are generally made from a composite resin material that is shaded to match natural teeth, and also sculpted to blend in nearly seamlessly. Porcelain dental crowns are equally natural-looking, and actually even more durable, thanks to the dental-grade porcelain, which is strong and stain resistant enough to last for many years.

Do You Need a Dental Restoration?

If you suspect you could be in need of restorative dentistry, schedule an appointment now. You can schedule a restorative appointment with Stephens and Gatewood Dentistry in Spring, TX, by calling 281-320-2000, today.