Restorative Dentist Questions and Answers
Looking for a restorative dentist in Dallas and Fort Worth TX? Dr. Cory Nguyen, and his experienced staff are capable of providing dental implants, dentures, crowns, and other restorative procedures. Request an appointment online or call us. We have 2 convenient locations to serve you in Dallas TX, and Fort Worth TX.
Many people restore their smile for aesthetic reasons, but there are also health-related reasons to do it! Damaged teeth should be repaired to prolong their health, and missing teeth should be replaced, which benefits surrounding teeth. A doctor of dental surgery (DDS) can provide these services. At Beyond Dental &Implant Center, you’ll find a fully capable DDS with Dr. Cory Nguyen. He’d be more than happy to be your DDS and restorative dentistry specialist in Dallas and Fort Worth, TX.
What is a restorative dentistry specialist?
This type of specialist is a dentist who can restore teeth and preserve your healthy smile. These specialists are fully certified doctors of dental surgery (DDS), so they are the most qualified professionals to perform restorative procedures. You can have complete confidence in them.
Restorative procedures are about keeping your teeth healthy and functional. A DDS can accomplish this by repairing and restoring damaged teeth to prolong their health, and by replacing missing teeth to preserve the health of surrounding teeth. Restorative procedures are necessary not just for the health of your teeth, but also for your general health!
Why does a tooth need to be restored?
It’s important to repair a tooth because it can prevent cavities and plaque buildup in the individual tooth and surrounding teeth. It’s just as important to replace a tooth because this provides a greater surface area to chew with, which relieves stress on surrounding teeth. Tooth restoration benefits the individual teeth, the surrounding teeth, and your overall health too.
It’s true! Dental health is linked directly to overall health. Proper dental health and oral hygiene can help prevent gum disease, which can decrease your risk for stroke or even a heart attack. It’s important to take care of your teeth daily, but it’s just as important to take care of damaged or missing teeth, so if you have either of these issues, come see us at Beyond Dental!
What are some restorative dental services?
There are many different restorative dental services, some being more basic and affordable than others. Some of the options include crowns, inlays, and onlays. Crowns cover the entire surface of a tooth. Inlays lie in the cusp of a tooth and onlays cover just the cusp tip of a tooth. Often, these basic services are sufficient for patients, but not all the time.
Some of the more advanced restorative services are fillings, root canals, bridges, custom-fit dentures, and dental implants (single-arch, double full-arch, and All-on-4® implants). Here at Beyond Dental, we can perform any of these services for you or anyone else in your family. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how we can help you here at Beyond Dental!
Where can I find a restorative dentistry specialist in Dallas and Fort Worth, TX?
You’ll be able to find a doctor of dental surgery and restorative dentistry specialist at Beyond Dental’s 2 locations. These locations are at 13655 Preston Rd Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75240, and at 9500 Ray White Rd Suite 105 Fort Worth, TX 76244. You can call us any one of our 2 locations to book your appointment with us or to learn more about us here at Beyond Dental & Implant Center. We look forward to hearing from you soon! We serve patients from Fort Worth TX, Dallas TX, Cockrell Hill TX, Mesquite TX, Highland Park TX, Forest Hill TX, Saginaw TX, and White Settlement TX.
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▸ Neuromuscular Orthodontics
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