Whether you’re dealing with something as simple as a cavity or as serious as a few missing teeth, Epic Family Dentistry of Carrollton is ready to provide the solutions you need with restorative dentistry. Using his artistic touch and the highest-quality materials, Dr. Azmoodeh can help your smile fully recover from any kind of damage and truly shine again. To learn more about your restorative options and schedule an appointment, contact our Carrollton dental office today.
If a tooth has been extensively damaged due to decay or trauma, a dental crown is usually the best solution to restore its strength, appearance, and function again. A crown is simply a tooth-shaped cap that is designed to fit over a compromised tooth and blend seamlessly with the rest of the smile. It can even be used to support a dental bridge to close the gap left by one or more missing teeth in a row.
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Did you know that 90% of Americans have experienced a cavity at one point in their lives? Needless to say, we repair a lot of cavities here at Epic Family Dentistry of Carrollton, and to do so, we only use tooth-colored fillings. Made from a high-quality composite resin, this material comes in several natural shades that can be perfectly matched to any smile. Plus, the material can be shaped into very small areas, meaning we’re able to preserve more of a tooth’s natural structure while repairing it.
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At Epic Family Dentistry of Carrollton, we believe that it’s never too late for someone to enjoy a strong and beautiful smile, even if they’ve suffered from extensive tooth loss. We offer both full and partial dentures that can be specially-designed to meet your unique needs. We’ll make sure they bring back your bite and confidence at the same time. And, based upon a patient’s preferences, we can provide a traditional removable prosthetic or an implant-retained one so they can enjoy the most secure fit possible.
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We’ll recommend a root canal for patients who have an infection in the inner portion of a tooth, called the dental pulp. This can be the result of either advanced tooth decay or a traumatic injury that has cracked the enamel and exposed the tissue to bacteria, but in either case, patients usually experience the same telling symptom: a very bad toothache. With a root canal, we’ll simply remove this tissue and rebuild the tooth to stop any pain and save it from extraction as well.
If it were up to us, our patients would be able to keep all of their natural teeth for life, but unfortunately, dental injuries, infections, or a need for more room in the mouth doesn’t always make this possible. Dr. Azmoodeh is specially trained to provide safe, effective, and comfortable extractions that always keep patient comfort a top priority. If necessary, he can also help a patient replace an extracted tooth as quickly as possible to cut down on any time spent with an incomplete smile.
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Tooth loss can make everything from eating to speaking to even smiling feel awkward and painful, but it doesn’t have to be a permanent issue. Dental implants are a state-of-the-art replacement that offers the next best thing to natural teeth, providing the most reliable, durable, and lifelike results available today.