Restorative Dentistry – San Marcos, TX

Have Damaged Teeth? We Have Answers

A broken or decayed tooth will not heal no matter how long you wait. The only way to repair the damage is to talk to a dentist. Here at San Marcos Gentle Dental, our team will carefully think about your circumstances and determine the best way to rebuild your smile while keeping it safe from further harm. Reach out if you have an injured tooth and believe you may need treatment with restorative dentistry in San Marcos.

Why Choose San Marcos Gentle Dental for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Various Types of Crowns Available
  • Mess-Free Digital Impression System
  • Gentle Approach to Dental Care

Dental Crowns

Illustrated dental crown being fitted over a tooth

Dental crowns can be made from a variety of materials, including gold, porcelain, and zirconia. Regardless of the kind of crown you get, it will fulfill the same role: keeping a damaged tooth safe while also restoring its strength and shape. A crown is normally placed when a filling wouldn’t be enough to repair the damage. Not all teeth are the same, so to make sure your crown fits properly, it will be designed based on a detailed impression of your smile.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated row of teeth with white fillings

Cavities are preventable, but even so, most people will probably have at least one at some point. Smaller cavities can be treated with fillings, which get their name from the fact that they “fill” the part of the tooth that was lost to decay. Nowadays, composite resin tends to be the favored material for fillings. Not only can it blend in with the enamel, but it’s also less sensitive to changes in temperature compared to traditional metal amalgam fillings.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of person smiling with straight white teeth

Severe trauma and advanced dental issues might leave you with a mouth full of damaged teeth. In these cases, a full mouth reconstruction may be the only way to get your oral health back on track. The reconstruction process might include fillings, crowns, and other treatments. We’ll walk you through the details of your unique reconstruction plan, including an estimate of the cost as well as how long the entire process is likely to take.