Restorative Dentistry in Bossier City, LA
With restorative dentistry, we treat a variety of dental issues such as injuries, infections, missing teeth, and more. We’ll help you regain optimal oral health by working with you to create a customized treatment plan tailored to fit your unique needs and budget. Does your smile need restorative care? Call our office to schedule a consultation!Contact Us
Tooth-colored fillings are most commonly used to treat cavities. If you have a cavity, we can remove the decay and use a filling to seal your tooth and protect it from future decay. We use a composite-resin material that we carefully match to the color of your tooth, so people won’t even notice it’s there!
Dental crowns cover your entire tooth and are used to protect damaged, cracked, or decayed teeth. We design our custom-made dental crowns to look and function like your other teeth so that they blend in seamlessly with your smile. Crowns can also be used for single tooth replacement. Using an abutment, they can be attached to the top of a dental implant to fill in the space left behind from a lost tooth.
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures are a set of false teeth that are connected to a gum-colored base. Depending on your needs, we make a full or partial set of dentures to replace your missing teeth. To secure your denture in place, you can use a strong denture adhesive or even snap it onto dental implants!
Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy is a simple, common procedure that can save a severely damaged or infected tooth. Through a small entry point at the top of your tooth, we can remove the infected pulp from your root canals. Once your tooth is cleaned out and disinfected, we’ll seal it with a tooth-colored filling. If you’re nervous about root canal therapy or any other treatment, don’t worry! We work with a gentle touch and offer sedation options to help you feel at ease throughout the procedure!
Wisdom Tooth Removal
Wisdom teeth are your third molars and they usually erupt in your late teens or early 20s. If they come in at an angle, cause crowding, or get stuck below your gums, you may need wisdom tooth removal. While wisdom tooth removal may sound intimidating, it’s actually nothing to fear. We thoroughly numb the area so the most you’ll feel is slight pressure while we work.