Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in Coppell and Valley Ranch

Dental Crowns

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

Are Crowns for Teeth Painful to Have Placed?

Having a tooth shaped for a crown is not painful; local anesthesia is used to numb the tooth. When you return for your custom crown, you will not even need anesthesia. If you are interested in a crown for one or more of your teeth, call our office to schedule a consultation.

What’s the Price for a Dental Crown

When quoting a price for a dental crown, our dentist considers the crown material, the tooth’s location, and your dental insurance. During your consultation, you will learn the approximate cost for your crown.

Dental Bridges

What Is a Tooth Bridge?

A tooth bridge fills in a toothless gap in your mouth. Two crowns for the adjacent teeth are attached to support the bridge and one or more artificial teeth fill in the gap. A tooth bridge is a permanent restoration that only a dentist can remove.

What Do Tooth Bridges Normally Cost?

We quote a custom price for a dental bridge to each patient as everyone has unique needs. Your price will depend on the number of teeth the bridge replaces, whether you need any preliminary work, and your dental insurance coverage.


Where Can I Get Full Dentures Near Me?

We offer affordable full and partial dentures, along with immediate dentures, in your community. Call us today to schedule a consultation with a dentist.

What’s the Average Price for Dentures?

The price of dentures is an important consideration for many of our patients, especially our uninsured patients. Our dentist will provide you with an estimated price after he or she examines your mouth and you have chosen a denture style.

What Do Full Dentures Look Like?

Full dentures have pink acrylic gums and teeth that appear natural. You will have an attractive smile when you wear full dentures.

How Much Should I Expect to Pay for Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are tailor-made, so the prices will vary. The number of artificial teeth needed, the materials used to make the teeth, and whether you are getting upper, lower or flexible dentures all influence your cost.

When Would I Get Flipper Teeth?

Flipper teeth are temporary partial dentures for patients who are waiting for their permanent restoration. You can eat with flippers, although they are lightweight and not meant to last a long time, so you have to be careful. Flipper teeth are removable for cleaning.

What Is the Advantage of Immediate Dentures?

With immediate dentures, you do not have to go without teeth in your mouth. Your dentures are made before your remaining teeth are extracted. When the teeth are extracted, your dentures are ready to wear. Contact our office to schedule an appointment if you are interested in immediate dentures.

Dental Fillings

Can Dental Fillings Fall Out?

Dental fillings can become loose over time and fall out. If you have lost a filling, please call our office for an appointment. It is possible that decay under the filling caused it to fall out.

How Much Does It Cost to Fill a Cavity?

You cost to have a cavity filled depends on the filling material that you choose and whether you have dental insurance coverage.

What Are Composite Tooth Fillings?

Durable composite fillings are tooth-colored, so they do not stand out. If you need a cavity filled, call our office today to schedule a convenient appointment.


What Are Dental Onlays?

Our dentist may suggest that you have a dental onlay instead of the large filling he or she is replacing. Onlays can cover the tooth’s cusps, making them ideal for someone with a broken cusp or an extensive cavity.

What Do Dental Onlays Cost?

Dental onlays cost more than fillings because they are custom-made in a dental lab. As they are custom, we will be unable to quote a price until you come in for a consultation. It takes two visits to our dentist to have an onlay replace a large, loose filling. The onlay will last longer than a filling, especially if you select a gold onlay for a molar than exerts a great deal of chewing pressure.

How Is an Overlay Applied?

Overlays are larger than onlays, but the process is the same. Your dentist places the overlay and makes sure it fits perfectly and your bite is fine before cementing the overlay in place.

What Will a Dental Overlay Cost Me?

Factors that affect the cost of your overlay include the material used, the size of the overlay, and whether you have dental insurance coverage. Call our office to schedule an appointment and our dentist can assess your tooth and provide you with an estimate for an onlay or an overlay.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®