Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in Rockwall

Dental Crowns

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

Are Dental Crowns Painful?

A crown is designed to cover, strengthen, and restore a damaged tooth. The process of applying the crown to the tooth is usually painless.

How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?

Your dental crown cost is based on the crown’s placement and the type of crown you and your dentist choose. Insurance coverage may also affect your total out-of-pocket costs.

Dental Bridges

How Long Do Dental Bridges Last?

Dental bridges are very durable and can last for many years with proper dental hygiene. Regular check-ups with our dentists in Rockwall can help ensure your bridge is well-maintained. Our dentists can also help provide dental bridge replacements when your current bridge is past its prime.

What Does a Dental Bridge Cost?

The average cost of a dental bridge varies widely because each bridge is tailor-made for each patient. In general though, the bridge cost depends on the material used to make the bridge, the number of artificial teeth included, the complexity of your situation, and your insurance coverage.

Dentures

Do Dentures Hurt?

Most patients find that dentures are a cost-effective, comfortable way to regain a functional, healthy smile. Schedule a consultation to discover whether you’re a good candidate for dentures.

What Do New Dentures Cost?

The average cost of dentures varies depending on the style of denture selected. Insurance may cover a portion of the appliance, and dental savings plans may also help. We’ll give you an estimate of your actual costs during your consultation.

What Do Full Dentures Look Like?

Most full dentures are made of an acrylic resin material that is natural-looking and durable. In addition to the prosthetic teeth, the full denture includes a flesh-colored base that fits over your gums, giving you a natural, functional smile.

When Are Partial Dentures Best?

Dental partials are recommended when you are missing one or more teeth and want to preserve your natural bite, retain jaw strength, and smile confidently. Partial dentures are less invasive than full dentures and can be secured by attaching to your existing teeth. Flexible partials that contour to your teeth and gums more fluidly are also available.

What Do Flipper Teeth Cost?

Flipper teeth, sometimes called flipper dentures, can fill in the gaps of your smile temporarily. The cost of the appliance varies, depending on the number of replacement teeth involved.

What’s the Process for Immediate Dentures?

Often, immediate dentures can be completed in two office visits. At your first visit, we’ll make impressions of your teeth. You’ll return a few weeks later so we can perform tooth extractions and provide you with your final dentures.

Dental Fillings

How Long Do Dental Fillings Last?

Tooth cavity fillings are durable and last for many years. The type of dental filling material used affects the longevity of the filling, so talk to your dentist about your options and the benefits of each type of filling material.

Are Dental Fillings Covered by Insurance?

Most insurance plans cover part of the cavity filling cost, so check your policy for specific benefit information.

Does a Composite Filling Hurt?

Composite filling procedures are painless, since your dentist uses a local anesthetic to numb the affected tooth and the surrounding gum. Composite fillings are tinted to match your tooth color, but they take longer to set than amalgam fillings.

Onlays

What Are Teeth Onlays?

Dental onlays are made of amalgam, porcelain, or a composite resin, and they’re used to repair teeth that have been damaged by extensive decay. Because onlays can cover most of the chewing surface of the tooth, they can help strengthen the natural tooth and provide extra protection against further decay.

What Is the Price of Onlays?

Your dentist will evaluate your dental health and the affected tooth, providing you with a treatment plan and dental onlay cost estimate.

What Is a Dental Overlay?

A dental overlay is more comprehensive than an onlay, and it typically covers most or all of the the tooth’s biting surface. Dental overlays are long-lasting and help preserve your natural tooth. Call us to find out more about the dental overlay procedure and dental overlay costs.

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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®