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Restorative Dentistry in Houston and Surrounding Areas

Restorative dentistry is the formal term used to describe the area of dentistry that is devoted to tooth repair. Receiving the appropriate dental restoration is based on a thorough dental exam to diminish pain. Whether discomfort is slight and intermittent, triggered by warm or cold foods and beverages, or an intense and persistent toothache, your dentist can resolve pain by removing infected or damaged tissue and placing a protective barrier on your tooth. With good practices at home and routine check-ups and cleanings with our friendly team, you significantly reduce the risk of future dental problems.

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Types of Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dental treatments are effective at reinstating adequate tooth structure and removing diseased tissue. In most cases, appropriate treatment such as a filling or crown will resolve pain and provide years of functional biting and chewing. There are many types of restorative dental procedures the experts at Royal Dental can carry out for you. Included in our list of services are:

Is Restorative Dentistry Right for Me?

Any person who is experiencing slight to severe dental pain is a good candidate for restorative dentistry. The team in each of our Houston and surrounding area offices understands that having to undergo restorative dentistry procedures can be stressful. Our objective is to reduce pain and do so in the most comfortable manner. For some patients, this includes the use of sedation dentistry such as oral conscious sedation or nitrous oxide. So even if you have some degree of dental anxiety, you can be a candidate for restorative dentistry. The various procedures used to restore teeth have advantages and disadvantages that we will discuss during your consultation. Overall, the risks of foregoing restorative dental care are far greater than those involved in treatments such as dental fillings or crowns.

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