Advanced Restorative Dentistry to Renew Your Smile
Implants have revolutionized the world of restorative dentistry. Dental implants are small titanium posts surgically embedded into the jawbone. The result is a stable, permanent foundation for a restoration.
If you are missing all or most of your teeth, you may be a good candidate for dentures or partial dentures. We offer a range of denture options, customized to meet the unique restorative and cosmetic needs of each patient. We work closely with each patient to find his or her best fit.
Many of our patients have restorative dentistry needs that a single treatment alone cannot resolve. A full mouth reconstruction consists of a comprehensive treatment plan combining any number of our services, and is customized to meet your unique restorative needs.
Missing teeth cause the jawbone to atrophy over time, and some patients require a bone graft prior to the placement of an implant. Bone grafting is the process of augmenting a patient's jaw using supplemental bone tissue. Grafts can consist of the patient's own tissue, or donated bone.
Root Canal Therapy
Dr. Clark Damon has been performing root canal therapy, a staple of restorative dentistry, for many years. Root canal therapy involves the removal of the pulp within a tooth following advanced decay.
Texas Denture Clinic implements cutting-edge technologies, like laser dentistry, to improve the quality of our care. Special lasers have many applications that can help you improve the health and appearance of your smile. Lasers can treat the gums, enamel, and dentin.
Dental crowns and bridges are used to strengthen and restore unhealthy or missing teeth. Crowns, also known as caps, cover a damaged or weakened tooth down to the gum line. Bridges close the gap left by a missing tooth, and are anchored to adjacent crowns or dental implants.