RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY SERVICES
At A Beautiful Smile at Lake Pointe, our Sugar Land dentists seek to provide our patients with top-quality restorative dentistry. If you’ve experienced tooth loss or tooth decay and want to reclaim your beautiful and healthy smile, our office is the place for you.
No one should have to live with broken, cracked or missing teeth. Poor dental health has been known to result in poor general health. Moreover, crooked or damaged teeth can result in embarrassment and keep you from displaying your true and beautiful smile. Our dentist are equipped with state-of-the-art dental procedures that can restore and improve your teeth. We promise to work with you and give you a healthy and happy smile that you can be proud to share.
Our Houston and Sugar Land restorative dentistry services include:
The dental crown also referred to as a dental cap, is a form of dental restoration that totally encloses or caps a tooth or any other dental implant. Actually, a dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap fitted over a tooth in order to cover it. This is done to improve the appearance of the tooth, restore it to its original size and shape, to give it strength. Once the dental crown is cemented in place, it completely encases the entire portion of a tooth visible above the gum line.
You need the dental crown treatment when there is a large cavity in your tooth, which can threaten the health of your teeth. You may also need the dental crown in any of the following cases.
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Another important reason why you should visit us for your dental examination is for us to help you catch problems, like tooth decay and dental cavities in their early stages. At Sugar Land Dental SPA, we use tooth-colored fillings, called “composite resin” to fill and seal any area of your tooth that has been infected with a cavity. We also use the fillings to repair broken or cracked tooth, as well as any tooth that has become worn out as a result of misuse, teeth grinding, and nail-biting.
We can carry out tooth-colored fillings for you right in our dental office while you are under local anesthesia should in case of any pain or discomfort.
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A dental bridge is a type of dental restoration procedure where a fixed bridge is used for replacing missing teeth. This is usually achieved by fixing an artificial tooth or teeth to adjacent dental implants or adjacent teeth. Basically, it is used to bridge the gap created by missing teeth. The dental bridge will cover the area where one or more teeth are missing. Dental bridges are fixed to the dental implants or natural teeth around the gap to give it support.
The dental bridge comes with lots of benefits, such as improving your smile, restoring your ability to speak and chew properly, preventing your remaining teeth from shifting out of position, etc.
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Implants and Dentures
Dentures are simply false teeth, though their quality has been improving recently. Dentures can easily slip out into your mouth while speaking or eating if not properly cemented with denture adhesive. This can be very embarrassing. More so, if not fitted properly, the denture may cause infection and decay in other teeth, which can possibly increase the risk of having to undergo a tooth filling on the adjoining tooth. To avoid this, let A BEAUTIFUL SMILE AT LAKE POINTE fix your implants and dentures for you.
A dental implant, though more useful than the dentures, is more expensive. Dental implant feels and functions more like the natural teeth. And you can handle them, clean them, and care for them just as you would your natural teeth without any fear or worry.
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Actually, a root canal is the natural inner cavity of a tooth where the dental pulp chamber and nerve lies. However, in dentistry, a root canal is a type of dental treatment that is used to fix or restore a tooth that has been badly infected or decayed. A root canal is a treatment given to an infected tooth to repair and save it from decaying or being lost. When this dental treatment is carried out, the pulp and nerve are both removed and the inside of the tooth is properly cleaned and sealed. Without root canal treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will get infected and may lead to abscesses.
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Full Mouth Reconstruction
At Sugar Land Dental SPA, we carry out full mouth reconstruction treatment for patients who seek to harmonize their dental anatomy by carefully addressing their oral care needs. We achieve this by using a wide range of restorative treatments. Full mouth reconstruction can be used in replacing or repairing a complete set of teeth either along the upper jaw or the lower jaw. Aside from the amazing aesthetic benefits it brings, full mouth restoration can also help to reduce the greater risk of dental infections associated with extensive tooth damage and tooth loss, giving you a healthy, strong, and strikingly gorgeous smile!
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Fix on Six® Mini Dental Implants
Dental implants are expensive, especially if you are going on the full set. However, At Sugar Land Dental SPA, our professional dentists offer Fix on Six® mini dental implants that are much more affordable than any other alternative solution. This will enable you to enjoy brand new teeth and smile without exceeding your budget.
Fix on Six® mini dental implants are an approved and improved method for fixed or removable dentures. They function in a similar way to the traditional dental implants; however, they are not as expensive and also require less surgery and recovery time. They are created with Titanium Alloy and screw directly into your jaw bone.
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Periodontal (tissues around the tooth) disease is the inflammation of the gum tissue or the inflammation of the tissues that surround the neck and root of a tooth that can lead to serious repercussions like infection or tooth loss, if not checked and properly treated in its early stage. There are 3 stages of gum tissue disease, these are gingivitis, periodontitis, and advanced periodontitis. And common symptoms include persistent bad breath, receded or separated gums, bleeding while brushing and flossing, and red, swollen gums. When you come for dental examination at our dental office, our qualified dentists will check for any gum disease that you may have and give you adequate periodontal treatment.