What Can Restorative Dentistry Do For You?
Artaza Dental DDS Blog
Here at Artaza we focus on three different branches of dentistry. These branches include general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry. Most people know what falls under general and cosmetic dentistry, but may have never heard the term restorative dentistry. Utilizing restorative dentistry allows us to return your smile to its original beauty. Whether your smile is chipped, missing teeth, misaligned, or discolored, restorative dentistry can be the solution. Our expert team is able to perform a variety of restorative dentistry procedures to create a lasting and beautiful smile.
DENTAL IMPLANTS FOR MISSING TEETH
One of the most common types of restorative dentistry procedures is the dental implant. Dental implants are a natural looking and long-term solution for missing teeth. Our dental implants utilize titanium screws, which is a biocompatible metal that the bone will grow around. Due to the bone growth securing the implant, our dental implants can last a lifetime. The dental crown placed on top of the titanium root looks and functions just as your other teeth do. No one will be able to tell the difference. If you have been self conscious about your smile due to missing teeth, or are tired of dealing with dentures, dental implants could be right for you.
ORAL SURGERY FOR DENTAL PROBLEMS
There are many dental issues that can be solved with oral surgery. Our Katy dental team are experts in giving pain-free shots for oral surgery. We have experience in nearly every major dental issue, and are highly skilled in various types of oral surgery. If you may need oral surgery, trust the team here at Artaza DDS for your dental needs.
TRUST ARTAZA DDS FOR RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY
These are just a few Our team are the experts in restorative dentistry. If you are in need of anything from implants, to oral surgery, and more, trust Artaza for your procedure. We look forward to providing all of Katy with beautiful, lasting smiles. Come in and see us today.