Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in Allen

Dental Crowns

Fillings, Crowns, Bridges, Dentures and Inlay or Onlay Restorations in [GEOID]

What Is a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are designed to help protect damaged or fragile teeth and consist of a cap that fits over the tooth. These dental appliances may be used to shield teeth after a root canal, to improve the look and feel of teeth that have been damaged, or malformed teeth. Our dental office can provide practical and cost-effective choices for crowns in Allen.

How Much Do Dental Crowns Cost?

Dental crowns can be fabricated from a range of materials that include gold, porcelain, and ceramic. The cost of your dental crowns will vary depending on the material you choose and the type of crown you need. We work with you to ensure you receive effective and attractive treatment choices for your teeth.

Dental Bridges

What Is a Dental Bridge?

Dental bridges earn their name because they bridge gaps in your smile with artificial teeth. By working with our dental experts in Allen, you can enjoy the benefit of our experience in selecting the right type of bridge for your particular needs.

Are Dental Bridges Expensive?

The cost you will pay for your dental bridges is dependent on a few factors, including the number of teeth to be replaced, the materials used to construct your bridge and the type of bridge you and your dentist choose for your teeth.

Dentures

What Are Dentures?

Dentures are replacement teeth attached to a plate that fits snugly against the contours of your mouth. These false teeth are designed to look and work as much like your regular teeth as possible.

How Much Will Dentures Cost?

The cost of your dentures will vary depending on whether you need partial or full dentures, whether you opt for immediate dentures and the materials used to construct these dental appliances.

How Do Full Dentures Work?

Full dentures are a complete set of upper or lower teeth attached to a plate that adheres to your gums. Dentures are removable and stay in place with adhesives. These options require extraction of your natural teeth to fit properly.

What Are Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are designed to replace missing teeth with natural-looking artificial teeth. These appliances are lightweight and offer a natural look and feel for patients of our dentists in Allen.

What Are Flipper Teeth?

Flipper teeth are partial dentures that are designed to replace one or two teeth. These lightweight dental appliances are easy to remove and replace.

What Are Immediate Dentures?

For patients who do not want to wait for their gums to heal before replacing their teeth, immediate dentures are applied immediately after the extraction process is complete. This can eliminate a wait of weeks or months before dentures can be fitted. The process typically costs somewhat more than other treatment plans.

Dental Fillings

What Is a Dental Filling?

Dental fillings are used to fill in the holes left after tooth decay has been removed. These fillings may be made of metal, alloy or composite materials.

How Much Will My Dental Filling Cost?

The cost of your dental fillings depends on the size of the cavity, the materials used for your fillings, and the number of fillings you require. Our dental practice will work with you to make sure that your fillings are as affordable as possible for you.

How Do Composite Fillings Work?

Composite fillings are designed to look very similar to your own tooth enamel. They are most often used for cavities in front or side teeth to improve the appearance of your smile.

Onlays

What Is a Dental Onlay?

Dental onlays are a specialized type of restoration treatment that fit over the chewing and biting surfaces of a tooth. These onlays are designed to provide added protection for teeth that are fragile or unstable because of excessive tooth decay.

How Much Will My Onlays Cost?

Onlays are somewhat more expensive than regular fillings because of the added work needed to prepare teeth to accept these dental appliances and the increased expense of materials. Dental onlays are permanently attached to teeth and can potentially offer a lifetime of brighter smiles and healthier teeth.

How Do Dental Overlays Work?

Dental overlays offer even more coverage for seriously damaged or decayed teeth. Our dentists will be happy to discuss the benefits and costs of these procedures with you and your family.

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  • Root Canal Therapy

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