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Restorative Dentistry in River Oaks


Young woman in dental office gives thumbs-upDo chipped, cracked, or broken teeth make your life just a little bit harder every day? Perhaps they prevent you from smiling as much as you’d like, or in many cases, they may actually be causing you pain. Whatever your situation may be, Dr. John Krell can help you with a variety of restorative treatments. No matter what you need, we’ll make sure you leave our office with a renewed smile you’ll be proud to show the world. Below, you can learn about just a few of the treatments we use every day.

Tired of hiding your teeth? Ready to be pain free? If so, contact us today to make an appointment.

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Animated image of dental implant supported bridgeWhen it comes to restoring damaged teeth and even replacing missing teeth, two of the most reliable treatments involve dental crowns and bridges. Dr. Krell has repaired thousands of smiles using these restorations, and that’s because they are excellent at restoring a tooth’s appearance and function at the same time. Want to know how they work? Simply click on the links below to get more helpful information.

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CEREC One-Visit Dental Restorations

Woman smiles in dental chair with dentistHave a tooth that needs to be repaired but don’t have time to do it? That might have been the case in the past when it took WEEKS to get a dental crown, but thanks to our highly-advanced CEREC system, we can completely fix your damaged tooth in just one visit. It’s perfect for the person who needs to fit dental care into their busy schedule. How does it work? Is it right for you? Click on the link below to find out more about this amazing new treatment.

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Dental Inlays & Onlays

A model of teeth with custom onlay restorationThese restorations are also known as partial crowns. We use them to help repair damaged teeth that still have an adequate amount of healthy dental structure. They are both made of dental ceramic, meaning they’ll seamlessly blend with your teeth and the rest of your smile. Inlays are typically used to support a tooth from the inside, while an onlay is placed on the outer surface. Could either one of them work for you? Follow the links below to learn more.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Woman with dental mirror examining a fillingIn the past, fillings were made of a substance called amalgam. While they were great at fixing a small cavity, they certainly didn’t look very good, always putting a dark gray spot on a tooth. This is why our practice uses tooth-colored fillings, a more cosmetically pleasing option that can completely blend into your smile while giving your tooth the strength it needs. Even better, since the composite resin material is able to bond directly to the enamel (unlike amalgam), less of your tooth needs to be removed for it to be placed, ensuring it will last for much longer.

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Partial, Full, and All-On-4 Dentures

Hand holds glass of water with denturesIf you’re missing a large amount of teeth, dentures are a simple and effective way to replace them. Our practice offers a variety of dentures that can be made to suit your particular needs. Partial dentures can fill in the gaps in your smile like the missing piece of a puzzle, full dentures can replace an entire row of teeth, and All-On-4 dentures use dental implants to make sure they never slip out of place.

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Root Canals

Attractive woman's smile examined with dental mirrorDespite its reputation, a root canal is actually a practically painless procedure, and it is even one of the best tools we have to relieve severe dental pain and save teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted. We typically need to use it when a cavity has reached the innermost layer of a tooth where the sensitive nerve resides. They can often be completed in just one visit, and you’ll be amazed at how easy we’ll make the experience for you.

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