Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in The Woodlands

Dental Crowns

Fillings, Crowns, Bridges, Dentures and Inlay or Onlay Restorations in [GEOID]

When Are Dental Crowns Necessary?

A new dental crown may be needed to repair and provide protection for a weakened, cracked, or damaged tooth. A crown may also be needed to provide support for a dental bridge or to top a dental implant.

What Will a Dental Crown Cost?

The type of material used to make the crown, the location of the crown’s placement, and the condition of your dental health influence your total permanent crown cost. Insurance may cover part of your cost.

Dental Bridges

Do Dental Bridges Look Like Natural Teeth?

There are several different types of bridges, including cantilever bridges, dental implant bridges, single-tooth bridges, partial bridges, and conventional fixed bridges. In most cases, your dental bridge will look and function like your natural teeth.

Total Cost of a Dental Bridge?

We understand that you may be concerned about your total dental bridge cost. If you have insurance, your benefits may help lower your average dental bridge cost. We’re also happy to help you find the most affordable, effective bridges for your situation, so check with our dentists in The Woodlands for more specific cost information.


Are Dentures Difficult to Care for?

While you may need a few specialized products to help you use and care for your dentures, most patients find that dentures are easy to maintain. We offer a wide range of denture types, so schedule a consultation now.

Are Dentures Usually Covered by Insurance?

Some dental insurance plans partially cover the cost of new dentures as a restorative necessity. At your consultation, we’ll provide you with an estimate of your denture costs and discuss payment options.

How Soon Can I Get My New Full Dentures?

To prepare your mouth for dentures, some of your teeth may need to be extracted first. Your gums will need a few months to heal from the extractions, and once they are healed, you can receive your dentures. The process may be slightly longer if you opt for implant-supported dentures.

Are Partial Dentures Economical?

There are several types of partial dentures, including traditional partials that are built onto a metal base. A more recent option is a flexible partial that is made of pliable thermoplastic material. Your dental partials cost depends on the type of partial you choose and other factors, such as your insurance coverage and the number of teeth included in the partial.

Where Can I Find Flipper Teeth Near Me?

Our dentists in The Woodlands provide lightweight, temporary flipper teeth for our patients who are waiting for long-term restorative treatments.

Are Immediate Dentures My Best Option?

With immediate dentures, your dentist won’t extract your remaining teeth until your dentures are ready. You’ll wear the dentures while your gums heal from the tooth extractions, which means you may need additional denture adjustments a few months down the road. If you are interested in immediate dentures, talk to one of our experienced dentists about whether immediate dentures are right for you.

Dental Fillings

How Long Does It Take to Get Dental Fillings?

Dental filling procedures are relatively quick, lasting about half an hour. Your dentist will first numb the area with a local anesthetic. Once the area is numb, your dentist will remove the decay from the tooth, clean the area, and fill it with amalgam, composite, or porcelain.

Are Cavity Fillings Affordable?

Most dental insurance plans cover some of the costs of filling a tooth cavity. Your filling type can also affect your cavity filling cost.

What Are Composite Fillings?

Composite fillings are made of a plastic resin that is tinted to match the color of your natural teeth. The resin is applied to your cavity in layers and hardened by exposure to a special light. The composite is then shaped to fit the contours of your tooth. Composite fillings are ideal for small or medium cavities.


What Are Onlays?

Onlays help preserve, protect, and strengthen natural teeth that are damaged by decay or in need of a filling replacement. Dental onlays can cover the cusps of the tooth, so they’re good options for large cavities that extend to the chewing surface of the tooth.

How Much Do Onlays Cost?

Dental onlay costs vary for each patient, but your dentist will provide a detailed estimate based on the type of onlay you choose and the size of the onlay needed to restore your tooth.

How Do Dental Overlays Work?

Dental overlays are often called partial crowns because they provide extensive restoration and can cover the biting surface and sides of your tooth. They are very durable and help protect your tooth from additional decay or damage.

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Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®