Category: Restoring Teeth

The Role Of A Crown In Restoring Your Smile

Treating dental problems effectively means more than just stopping a cavity’s growth. After the immediate threat of decay is resolved, your tooth will need protection in response to the irreversible damage that has taken place. At our Houston, TX dental practice, we can use both dental fillings and dental crowns in treatment. When it is… Read more »

The Right Filling Can Offer Lasting Support

Hopefully, you will leave your next routine dental exam without having to arrange any additional work. The goal of regular appointments is to help lower your risk for problems, but our Houston, TX dentist’s office is certainly ready to take care of you if something is wrong. Cavities are a common threat, one that can… Read more »

3 Reasons To Replace Missing Teeth

Are you missing one or multiple teeth? If so, you know that this is a problem that affects the way you look and the way you are able to function on a daily basis. However, you may do your best to get by and convince yourself that it’s something you can tolerate if you just… Read more »

Who Needs a Root Canal?

Being told that you need root canal therapy can seem like bad news, especially if you have misconceptions about what root canal therapy actually entails. However, in a sense, it can be good news—the need for root canal therapy means there’s still a chance your tooth can be saved before extensive decay causes you to… Read more »

The Truths About Modern Tooth Fillings

Cavities, which are holes formed by tooth decay, are among the most common dental issues for both children and adults. Tooth fillings, which are designed to fill in cavities and restore infected teeth, are among the most popular restorative dental techniques, and have been throughout much of dental history. Today, modern tooth fillings can be… Read more »

Different Ways to Use Dental Crowns

How do you fix a tooth that can’t fix itself? Unlike other parts of your body, your teeth’s aren’t able to repair their damaged or infected structure. Even after treatment, the tooth won’t automatically return to its former appearance. To address the many different issues that could afflict a tooth, Houston family dentist, Dr. Amy… Read more »