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Restorative Dentistry

The Smile Repair
You Deserve

 

Unlike other parts of your body, your teeth can’t repair themselves. So, if you have a cavity or a broken tooth, the problem will only get worse unless you do something about it. Fortunately for those in Houston, getting beautiful, custom-made restorative dentistry in Houston, TX is as easy as contacting Bluebonnet Dental. Using his expertise and the strongest, most natural-looking materials, our dentist can virtually turn back the clock on dental damage to give someone a smile that is strong and ready to be shown off.

Why Choose Bluebonnet Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Dentist Trained
    at the Prestigious
    Las Vegas Institute
  • Obsessed with
    Providing the Perfect
    Patient Experience
  • Sedation Available
    to Calm Any
    Nerves

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Closeup of smile after tooth colored filling restorative dentistry treatment

Unlike traditional amalgam fillings, which are dark gray, tooth-colored fillings can be specially shaded to match the rest of the tooth, making the restoration practically invisible within the smile. They are made of a composite resin, which is both a malleable and extremely sturdy material. It allows us to fix cavities and place fillings while preserving as much healthy enamel as possible, which provides a more durable result compared to old metal fillings.

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Dental Crowns

Model smile with dental crown restorations

If the visible part of a tooth is so damaged that it can’t be restored with a filling, we’ll instead cover it with a crown. These are designed to look, feel, and function just like natural teeth, and our dentist painstakingly designs each one so it fits seamlessly within a patient’s mouth and blends with the rest of the smile. Crowns can also be used to support a bridge to replace missing teeth, and with the proper care, they can easily last for 15 years or more.

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