Tooth Restorations

Most people go throughout their days, week to week, month to month, even year to year taking their teeth for granted. However, if you stop to think about just how important your teeth are to you, you will realize how much you truly need them. You use your teeth to eat and chew your food in order to receive proper nutrition, your teeth smile at others, and your teeth are essential for correct speech in communication. However, many people do not fully realize how important their teeth are until something happens that causes damage inside the mouth. South Texas Dental is here to provide our patients with the highest standard in tooth restorations, to heal and complete their smiles.

Tooth restorations are performed in order to give a person’s smile a second chance. Most people will need some type of restorative dentistry at some point in their lives, whether it be a simple filling or a full set of dentures. Permanent teeth are meant to be permanent, but life happens, and that is often not the case. Slacking in your oral hygiene can cause cavities or gingivitis, an injury to the mouth can cause a tooth to be knocked out, or an infection can cause the need for a tooth extraction and then replacement for the missing tooth. There are many different tooth restorations available that can be done to help patients correct health and structural issues within the mouth. At South Texas Dental, we are proud to offer the following tooth restorations:

• Dental Implants
• Dentures
• Fixed Bridges
• Partial Dentures
• Porcelain Crowns
• Root Canal Therapy
• Tooth Colored Dental Fillings
• Tooth Extractions
• Wisdom Teeth Removal
• And more

If you are in need of any type of tooth restoration, please contact South Texas Dental today. We are here to restore your mouth so that your smile can last a lifetime. We are committed to providing exceptional care with your comfort in mind.

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