Your bright, shining smile can say so much about you—especially during an introduction to a new colleague, neighbor, etc. If your smile has been damaged, broken or weakened by poor dental hygiene and care, or an accident, it can be tough to smile confidently. Restorative Dentistry is the answer.
San Antonio dentist Dr. Gary Guillory and Southtown Dental Group can help you fix any damaged teeth or aspects of your smile with the latest restorative dentistry technologies and methods. Broken, missing or ailing teeth can be effectively repaired or replaced with a dental bridge, dental crown, or a root canal.
The best way to prevent having to go through any restorative or cosmetic dentistry procedure is to ensure that you regularly attend your scheduled dental cleanings and check-ups, and practice good dental hygiene at home. The longer you wait, and the less effort you invest in caring for your smile, the more it will be down the road.
What Restorative Dentistry procedures do we offer at our San Antonio dentistry office?
Southtown Dental Group is proud to offer the latest and greatest dental technologies, techniques, and procedures available. If you are looking to smile stronger, better, and longer, San Antonio dentist Dr. Gary Guillory and his friendly and knowledgeable staff can help with high-quality, affordable dental care.
I am missing one or more teeth:
Missing even one tooth for a prolonged amount of time can have long-term effects on your overall dental health and overall appearance. When you lose a tooth the jaw bone begins to shrink around the hole, trying to close the gap, and can result in a “caved-in” facial structure. In addition, the surrounding teeth may move out of place because of the gap, causing bite problems.
A dental bridge is a possible solution for this problem, as it essentially holds a replacement tooth (dental crown) in place by bracing it against neighboring natural teeth.
I have a damaged tooth surface:
Whether it was caused by natural wear and tear, an injury or poor dental hygiene, a damaged tooth should be repaired or restored. Dental crowns are a great way to replace damaged parts of a tooth, as they are both strong and natural in appearance.
The base of my tooth may be infected or damaged:
If your tooth root has become diseased or is damaged, Dr. Guillory may recommend that you get a root canal, in order to save the tooth. The earlier a root canal is performed, the more likely it is that further damage can be prevented.
If you are interested in any one of our restorative dentistry or cosmetic dentistry procedures, please schedule an appointment with us today, or call: 210-227-0101.