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Get Your Smile Back Thanks to Your Restorative Dentist in Pleasanton

Many of our best moments include food. Whether it’s enjoying a favorite family meal from childhood or attending a wedding with a delicious banquet, you want to enjoy yourself without limitation or difficulty. But if your teeth are damaged, diseased, or even missing, it’s hard to do that. As your restorative dentist in Pleasanton, we can:

  • Help you eat all the foods you love again
  • Give you back your confidence in your oral health
  • Restore the beauty of your smile
  • Put a stop to your dental pain
  • Prevent further damage or dental complications

Call 830-251-5579 for an appointment. If you’re dealing with a dental emergency, we strive to see you on the same day whenever possible. If you’re seeing us about dentures, your consultation is free.

Enjoy Good Oral Health Again With Our Restorative Dental Care

You certainly aren’t alone if you are dealing with dental problems. In fact, nine out of 10 adults have cavities, and over a third of adults in the U.S. are missing one or more teeth. By visiting us for a dental checkup every six months, you can avoid being part of those statistics. However, if you do have areas of your mouth that need restorative treatment, we can help. We offer:

  • Tooth Fillings – If you have a cavity or minor areas of damage, we can repair your teeth with tooth-colored, metal-free fillings.
  • Root Canals – Despite this treatment’s lack of popularity, it is the best way to relieve the pain of an infected tooth and avoid an extraction.
  • Dental Crowns – For cavities too large for a filling, severe dental damage, or to seal a tooth after root canal treatment, we can cap your tooth with a lifelike crown that blends in with your smile.
  • Dental Bridges – Fill the gaps between one or several missing teeth with a dental bridge. We can even pair it with dental implants for better oral function.
  • Traditional DenturesReplace an entire arch of teeth with realistic dentures. You can pair them with implants for a natural bite and stronger jawbone health. Make sure you take advantage of our free dentures consultation!
  • Partial Dentures – If you have some healthy teeth remaining, we can place partial dentures in your mouth.
  • Dental Implants – Secure your restorations like crowns, bridges, or dentures with dental implants. These artificial tooth roots will help you enjoy a stronger bite and avoid bone loss in your jaw.
  • Full Mouth Reconstruction – If you have numerous problem areas in your mouth, we can create a custom treatment plan that rebuilds your smile.

It’s important to us that you feel at ease while you are here. We have sedation to help you relax and TVs in our patient rooms to keep you distracted. We also invest in technology for easier visits. For example, we take digital impressions instead of using messy trays of goop. It’s perfect for patients with an easy gag reflex! Also, we use intraoral cameras for more thorough planning.

Get help from a restorative dentist in Pleasanton by calling 830-251-5579 for an appointment. You can also schedule online.


Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry include?

Any time you have a tooth that suffers damage from decay, infection, injury, or another type of trauma, restorative dentistry can repair it so you can save the tooth from further damage or extraction. Restorative treatment includes any service designed to relieve pain and help you regain oral function, like tooth fillings, root canals, and crowns and bridges, as well as dentures and dental implants.

What does restorative dentistry cost?

As you might imagine, since restorative dentistry covers a wide range of treatments, the cost can be just as wide ranging. A standard tooth filling is going to cost much less than a full-mouth reconstruction in which we replace all your teeth. Once you come in for your initial exam, we can give you a much better idea of the cost involved for your restorative dentistry.

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

Maintaining good oral health isn’t just about keeping your teeth and gums clean. You will also need dental treatment if problems arise like tooth decay, cavities, and oral infections. Restorative dentistry is designed to treat those types of problems – many of which can cause pain and disrupt the function of your teeth – to keep your smile healthy and help you eat comfortably.

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