What Does Restorative Dentistry Do?

Restorative dentistry is the avenue of dentistry concerning mending dental and oral health back to peak conditions. If you are experiencing pain in the teeth or mouth, chances are you require restorative dentistry. Here is a look at the treatments and procedures found in this category.


Teeth that have suffered from decay and developed cavities can be filled and fortified with dental material, such as composite resin. Modern dental technology can provide fillings for inside or on the surface of the teeth (inlays and onlays) in just one appointment.


Possibly the most common restoration used today, crowns serve many purposes. They can be placed on top of teeth that are misshapen, worn, too weak, or cosmetically displeasing.

Tooth replacements

Knocked-out and extracted teeth can be replaced with one of three options: implants, dental bridges, or partial dentures. Which is right for you is dependent on your oral health and the recommendation of our expert in restorative dentistry in Houston.

Root canal treatment

An infected tooth must be treated before the condition gets worse and the tooth becomes abscessed. Our dentist in Houston will removed the decayed tissue from the canals and replace it will a substitute filling before repairing it with a dental crown.

What Does Restorative Dentistry Do?

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