Restorative Dentistry – Arlington, TX

Renew Your Smile, Health, & Confidence

No one is perfect! Everyone will need at least a little restorative dentistry at some point in their life, which is intended to repair teeth after they have experienced decay, infection, or trauma. At Sonria Dentista of Arlington, we aren’t here to judge. Rather, we’ll use the latest techniques and a keen eye to seamlessly fix the problem and make it seem like it never existed. No matter the current state of your teeth, your smile’s best days are ahead of you—just reach out today to schedule an appointment for restorative dentistry in Arlington.

Why Choose Sonria Dentista of Arlington for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Long-Lasting & Natural-Looking Dental Materials
  • Able to Help Dental Patients of All Ages
  • Medicaid Accepted

Dental Crowns

Dental crown on tooth in model of smile

Dental crowns are caps that entirely cover damaged or weakened teeth. Crowns are typically made from porcelain or ceramic material and are custom designed to fit the shape and size of each tooth. They are permanently cemented onto the existing tooth structure. Dental crowns can be used for a variety of purposes, including restoring broken or chipped teeth, protecting weakened teeth, and enhancing the appearance of discolored or misshapen teeth.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Animated row of teeth with tooth colored fillings

If we’re able to catch a cavity fast enough, we can typically fix it in a single appointment with a tooth-colored filling. Rather than using silver-colored amalgam, these are made using a composite resin that is specifically matched to the shade of the surrounding tooth enamel. This way, the final restoration is practically invisible. On top of this, tooth-colored fillings are better able to seal out bacteria and don’t respond to temperature like old metal fillings.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of mouth with straight white teeth

A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive dental treatment that aims to improve the overall health, function, and appearance of a person's mouth. It involves a combination of procedures, such as dental implants, veneers, crowns, bridges, and orthodontics to address multiple ongoing dental issues, including missing teeth, decay, gum disease, misalignments, and bite issues. The ultimate goal of a full mouth reconstruction is to create a healthy, functional, and aesthetically pleasing smile using just one seamless treatment plan.