Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in Keller

Dental Crowns

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

What Are the Types of Dental Crowns Available in Keller?

Our dental practice can provide you with dental crowns fabricated from an array of materials, including gold, stainless steel, porcelain, and base metals. We will tailor your treatment plan after discussing your needs and your options with you during a consultation, allowing you to take a greater degree of control over your dental health.

Are Dental Crowns Pricey?

The cost of your dental crown application will depend on the condition of the tooth and the material you choose for these dental care options. Our administrative office staff can help you find the right solutions to make your payments as painless as possible.

Dental Bridges

What Should I Know About Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges are available in three basic types that include traditional bridges, fused or bonded bridges and cantilever bridges. We will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each type of bridge with you to ensure that you understand your options and that you can make the best choice for your needs.

How Much Do Dental Bridges Usually Cost?

The price you pay for dental bridges can vary considerably depending on the type of materials you select and the number of teeth that need to be replaced. The position of the teeth can also play a role in determining the overall cost of your treatment plan.


Where Can I Get Attractive and Affordable Dentures in Keller?

Dentures are designed to replace your natural teeth with removable or permanent artificial teeth. Our dental team can provide you with options that can help you feel more confident and more comfortable with eating and speaking. Our dentures are affordably priced and designed especially for you.

What Will I Need to Pay for My Dentures?

The cost of your dentures will depend on a few important factors, like:

• The type of dentures you need
• The materials you choose for fabricating your artificial teeth
• The expense involved in extractions and other necessary preparatory work
• Whether you opt for immediate dentures or traditional dentures

Our dentists will explain all costs of your treatment to you so that you can plan effectively for these expenses.

How Will My New Full Dentures Look?

We will make sure your full dentures look as much like natural teeth as possible. Our dental team will provide you with the assistance you need to ensure a comfortable fit and an attractive appearance for your new set of full dentures.

Why Would I Need Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures can help you smile with greater confidence. These dental appliances fill in the gaps where you have missing teeth, allowing you to enjoy the most functional bite possible.

Are Flipper Teeth Temporary or Permanent Solutions?

For our patients who have lost one or two teeth, flipper teeth are a form of denture that is extremely lightweight and can be removed easily for cleaning or comfort.

What About Immediate Dentures?

If you do not wish to go without teeth during the period after your extractions, immediate dentures can eliminate this waiting period. These dentures are applied immediately after the extractions are complete, allowing your gums to heal while you enjoy the benefits of dentures for eating and speaking.

Dental Fillings

Do Older Fillings Fall Out?

Dental fillings provide important structural support for teeth. Calling our office right away for help in dealing with a filling that has come loose or fallen out. You’ll want to fix the filling as soon as possible to protect your tooth from further damage.

Are Fillings Expensive?

The amount you will pay for your dental filling will depend on the amount of work our dentists must do to prepare your tooth and the type of filling you choose.

What Is a Composite Filling?

Composite fillings are similar to regular fillings but are designed to match the color of your tooth as closely as possible. This can reduce the obvious appearance of a filling for front and side teeth.


What Is a Dental Onlay?

Dental onlays are used when damage to the tooth is extensive and a regular filling is not sufficient to protect the tooth. Onlays must be fabricated in advance and can replace the cusp or raised part of the tooth with a hard surface for biting and chewing.

Are Onlays Expensive?

We will work with you to make sure your dental plan pays for as much of your costs as possible. This can help you to deal with the expense associated with these dental treatments.

What Are Dental Overlays?

Dental overlays are similar to onlays but are configured to cover the entire biting and chewing surface of the tooth to provide exceptional durability and functionality for patients of our dental office in Keller.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®