Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in Kingwood

Dental Crowns

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

Are Dental Crowns Painful?

During the dental crown procedure, your affected tooth and parts of your mouth will be completely numbed with local anesthesia. The dentist will prepare your tooth for the crown and then install the dental crown. The patient does not feel pain during or after the procedure.

Where Can I Find Low Cost Dental Crowns Near Me?

Our dental office in Kingwood strives to make obtaining an attractive and healthy smile something that everyone can afford. Please call us to find out how we work with our patients to provide affordable dental crowns.

Dental Bridges

Are Dental Bridges Painful?

Dental bridges are custom-made to fit with your existing teeth. They are designed to be extremely comfortable. Many patients forget that they are wearing a bridge because of the high level of comfort.

What’s the Average Cost of a Dental Bridge?

Dental bridges can replace a few teeth or many, and they can be made from a variety of materials. To find out how much your dental bridge will cost, please schedule a consultation with our dental office in Kingwood. Our dentist will assess your case, and we’ll provide you with a detailed quote of the cost of your dental restoration.


Do Dentures Hurt?

A quality denture that is made with care for a custom fit should never hurt. If you need any preparatory work before getting your dentures, the dentist will always make sure you are comfortable and that you receive anesthetic as needed. Your dentures should feel great while giving you a beautiful smile.

What Do New Dentures Cost?

Our dental office in Kingwood strives to provide affordable dentures to our patients. We’ll get to know your needs and propose options that deliver the results you want while working with your budget. The cost of dentures varies based on the type you’re getting and the materials used to fabricate them.

How Do Full Dentures Work?

Full dentures for the upper teeth consist of replacement prosthetic teeth and a gum-colored base with a plate that rests on the roof of the mouth. A lower, full denture is horseshoe-shaped to fit on the lower jaw and leave space for the tongue. The teeth of dentures can be made of plastic, porcelain or a combination of materials. There are several types of dentures; your dentist will make a recommendation for you and go over your options.

What Do Partial Dentures Cost?

Partial dentures are created out of acrylic and metal. They are used to replace one or more teeth and are strategically created by dental professionals to evenly distribute pressure when you chew. Partials help to limit the movement of your natural teeth, and they assist with proper chewing.

What Are Flipper Teeth?

Flipper teeth are partial dentures made entirely of acrylic. They’re lightweight and are often used as short-term replacement options.

Where Can I Get Immediate Dentures?

Our dental office in Kingwood provides immediate partial or full dentures. They are dentures that you can wear on the same day that your teeth are extracted. Their special design allows your gums to heal beneath them comfortably.

Dental Fillings

Can Dental Fillings Fall Out?

Fillings are designed to stay in place for many years, and they should not fall out without cause. For example, a cavity might be forming in the area around the filling, causing it to loosen and fall out. Biting on hard or exceptionally sticky food could also make the filling become loose.

What Is the Average Cost for Dental Fillings?

The cost of a dental filling depends on the extent of the tooth decay and the filling material used. In many cases, fillings are covered by dental insurance.

Are White Fillings Safe?

Composite fillings, also known as white fillings because of their resemblance to the color of teeth, are made from materials like powdered glass and acrylic resin. This is a safe and effective material for filling cavities, and it’s the preferred option for repairing decay on the teeth that are visible when you smile.


What Are Teeth Onlays?

Teeth onlays are alternatives to crowns. They are the treatment of choice when tooth decay is affecting more than half of the chewing surface of a tooth, but the rest of the tooth is healthy. Onlays are bonded to the chewing surface of the tooth, improving its strength by as much as 75 percent. Dental onlays are known for their longevity; they can provide strength for your tooth for as long as 30 years.

Do Dental Onlays Cost a Lot?

Dental onlays tend to cost more than dental fillings but less than full crowns. To find out the cost for a dental onlay at our office in Kingwood, please visit us for an assessment and detailed cost estimate.

Should I Consider a Dental Overlay?

You should consider getting a dental overlay if you have a very large cavity or have an old cavity that has continued to decay. An overlay is larger than an onlay and sometimes called a partial crown for the added stability it provides.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®