Cutting-edge Techniques for World-class Restorative Procedures
At Bell Dental, we commonly restore damaged or decayed teeth with a dental crown. A crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over a structurally weak or damaged tooth. After carefully and gently removing the defected areas of the tooth, Our doctors place the crown on the structure to restore functionality and beauty. Dental bridges are sometimes used in conjunction with crowns, to close the gap between healthy teeth. Using out state-of-the-art CEREC machine, Dr. Bell can make custom crowns in a single visit.
Dental implants have revolutionized the field of dentistry. Dental implants are some of the most practical, long-lasting restorative dentistry treatments available at our office in Lake Jackson. At Bell Dental our team uses dental implants to restore the quality of our patients lives. We provide our patients on a daily basis single tooth replacement all the way to full mouth replacement using dental implants. If you hate your dentures be sure and ask about the all on Four teeth in a day and kiss those dentures goodbye.
Dentures are an ideal solution for replacing missing teeth. Our doctors design dentures to snugly conform to the curve of a patient’s gum line and act as a natural-looking replacement for missing teeth. Dentures are removable, but can be secured into a patients jawbone, using dental implants, for superior support. Ask us about our Teeth in a day program.
For Lake Jackson patients who desperately need cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments to enhance the aesthetics, function, and health of their teeth, Our doctors offer full mouth reconstructions. This extensive procedure can rebuild your smile from the root up. Combining several surgical and non-surgical procedures ranging from dental implants to INVISALIGN® invisible braces, our exceptionally talented team can revamp your teeth, enhance your overall health, and give you the spectacular smile that you deserve to have.
Patients experiencing tooth pain and sensitivity may have decay or infection in their tooth roots, which may require root canal therapy to address. This procedure involves accessing the tooth root to clear out infected tissue and debris, then replacing the tooth with a dental crown. Root canal therapy can relieve the pain and sensitivity in your teeth, and restore your ability to eat and drink comfortably. The restoration used to replace your tooth can be composed of a variety of strong materials that you can discuss with your dentist.
For tooth decay and damage that does not require full replacement with a dental crown, tooth-colored fillings are a great solution. Tooth-colored fillings are now a viable option for many more cases than before, as modern dental materials have been made stronger and more durable. Ask your dentist about how you can use tooth-colored fillings to correct minor tooth damage while retaining the aesthetics of a natural smile.
Preventative dentistry is an essential part of comprehensive dental care. Attending regular cleanings and exams can help you maintain consistently positive oral health. It also helps your dentist detect issues early in their development, and plan treatment that prevents them from causing damage to teeth and gums. Talk to your dentist to schedule bi-annual cleanings and exams for you and the whole family.