Restorative Dentistry – Pasadena, TX
Repair Your Damaged Teeth
Age, daily wear and tear, accidents, and decay all damage teeth and negatively impact your oral health. Dr. Holmes, Dr. Revel, and Dr. Lowery use advanced methods and materials to create smiles that look and feel better than the original! Our dentists deliver conservative solutions for restorative dentistry in Pasadena, TX that enhance dental function and preserve as much natural tooth structure as possible. The results are life-changing.
We’re pleased to offer quality solutions to strengthen and renew smiles. Our dentists place white crowns and fillings that look natural and return comfortable function. We design quality replacement teeth – including fixed bridges and custom dentures and partials – to restore incomplete smiles. Our precision partials contain special attachments that are hidden from view for seamless beauty. Dr. Holmes, Dr. Revel, and Dr. Lowery use their advanced training in endodontics to perform single-visit root canal therapy and preserve internally damaged teeth from extraction. Your smile is our top priority here in Pasadena, TX – and it shows!
Why Choose Pasadena Family Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?
- Multiple Materials for Dental Crowns
- Well-Explained Treatments and Financial Options
- Dentists Committed to Delivering Personalized Care
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that completely cover your natural teeth. We may recommend a dental crown if there’s a cavity or dental injury that’s too large for a filling, or if you have a badly weakened tooth. Like fillings, dental crowns have traditionally been made out of metal, but nowadays, you have other options like EMAX, zirconia, and porcelain crowns that are made entirely out of lifelike materials that can be shaded to match your other teeth.
Instead of traditional amalgam, our team is proud to now offer tooth-colored fillings as a much more conservative and aesthetically pleasing alternative for the treatment of cavities! Our doctors use composite resin, which comes in many shades that can be precisely matched to your original enamel for a virtually seamless result. The lack of metal also means that the new filling will be much more comfortable and less prone to temperature-related sensitivity as well.
Root Canal Treatment
While your teeth may look relatively simple on the outside, they contain several layers, with each one being more vulnerable than the last. When an infection or a traumatic injury is severe enough to penetrate all of them down to the inner pulp, it can threaten the tooth’s continued existence. Thankfully, root canal therapy can remove dangerous bacteria and help your smile stay wholly natural.
Despite our doctors’ best efforts, extracting one or more teeth is sometimes necessary for the sake of a patient’s continued well-being. This is most common with “wisdom teeth” (third molars) because the modern mouth usually does not contain enough space to accommodate their late arrival, leading to painful impaction, higher risks of infection, and other serious concerns. Teenagers and adults can rest assured that if we determine extraction is necessary, your comfort will be well-maintained throughout the procedure with the help of sedation dentistry and other amenities.