Damaged or missing teeth can impact the look of your smile and your ability to chew or speak comfortably.
Our staff at Bonner Family Dentistry can save teeth or replace missing ones with the latest techniques in restorative dentistry.
Find out how our father-son dentists in Dumas, TX, can renew the function and appearance of your smile with restorative dentistry.
What is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry is an umbrella term that covers any dental practices that treat damaged teeth, gums, jaws, and other oral health issues that impact the functionality and health of your mouth. Restorative dentistry often begins with treating or removing damaged or decayed tissues in the mouth before employing solutions that can restore your ability to chew or speak. Dental implants can even prevent the shape of your jaw and face from changing due to missing teeth.
Putting the Patient First
Dr. David, Dr. Reagan and the rest of our staff treat you like family when you visit our practice in Dumas, TX. Here is what our satisfied patients have to say:
They deserve more than 5 stars! Great atmosphere as soon as you walk in. The staff is truly amazing and so helpful. True rock stars!! They make you feel like you are at home. What an amazing facility!!! Highly recommended.View On Google
Absolutely wonderful experience all around! Everyone was friendly and kindly answered any questions I had. They clearly explained everything they were doing during procedures. I would recommend them to anybody!View On Google
Let Us Provide Your Restorative Care
Our doctors offer an array of restorative dentistry treatments to fulfill each patient's unique needs. If you struggle with chewing and speaking or feel self-conscious about your smile, restorative dentistry can fix those issues and improve your quality of life.
Our trusted practice in Dumas, TX, can restore the look and function of your smile. Request a consultation online or by calling our office at:
Restorative Dentistry Treatments
Dental bridges consist of one or more artificial teeth that are secured in place with dental crowns or implants. Bridges replace one or more consecutive teeth and offer a strong, long-lasting solution that lets you chew and speak properly.
Fillings can replace dental tissue after cavity treatment to protect your tooth. Our fillings match the color of your tooth for a natural look, and the modern composites used for fillings make them a great option for patients with metal allergies.
Dental crowns cover teeth following treatment for extensive damage or decay, providing protection while restoring the function and appearance of a tooth. A dental crown covers the visible portion of a tooth and can be made with natural-looking materials that seamlessly blend with your smile.
Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays also replace damaged dental tissue. Dentists use them when traditional fillings won't suffice, but crowns would be excessive. Inlays cover the chewing surface of a tooth while onlays cover the chewing surface as well as one or more cusps.
Dental implants are small titanium posts that can replace tooth roots and support crowns, bridges, and other dental restorations. Implants provide the ultimate strength and stability while also being the only restoration that halts the bone atrophy that follows tooth loss.
Full and Partial Dentures
Dentures are a set of replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored base. Full dentures replace all teeth on the top or bottom arch while partial dentures fit among a patient's natural teeth. Traditional dentures rest on the gums and implant-supported dentures are attached directly to the jaw.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan designed to restore smiles in any state of disrepair. These plans combine two or more treatments, and may include cosmetic dentistry treatments such as veneers.
Why Choose Us?
Whenever possible, we use technology to provide faster, more effective solutions. For example, we can use computerized tools to create dental crowns in a single appointment, saving you the hassle of having to wear a temporary restoration and return to our office for multiple visits.
We offer sedation dentistry for patients who feel anxious about dental work. Patients can choose from light sedation using nitrous oxide, and deeper sedation using oral medication. We will carefully screen your candidacy to make sure these solutions are safe for you.
Bonner Family Dentistry provides pleasant experiences for children at the dentist's office. Both of the Bonner dentists are fathers who understand the importance of starting good dental habits early in children, and helping them feel comfortable with dental care.
The One-Stop-Shop to Restore Your Smile
They have a warm, inviting atmosphere with the nicest staff. Rachel made my experience great with how caring and gentle she was during my cleaning. I explained how my teeth are very sensitive, and she kept talking me through my nerves and checking up on me to be sure I was doing okay.View On Google
David and Reagan are best Dentist! Walking into the building you are greeted by great staff and remembered from then on! Plaques on the wall show the workmanship and passions that these great men have for their career! Everyone is very professional and always have a smile on their face!View On Google