Fillings, Crowns, Bridges & Dentures in Channelview

Dental Crowns

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

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are caps that are permanently attached over teeth or dental implants. They can be used to protect a tooth and restore its aesthetic appearance. Crowns can be made of ceramic or porcelain and look just like natural teeth, or they can be made of materials like gold alloys and base metal alloys.

What Does a Dental Crown Cost?

The cost of a dental crown is based on its placement in the mouth, the health of your tooth, and the amount of insurance coverage you have. The material that the crown is made of will also factor into the price.

Dental Bridges

What Are Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They are attached to the surrounding natural teeth, or they can be supported by dental implants. They consist of fake teeth that fill in the gaps left by teeth that are missing.

How Much Do Dental Bridges Cost?

The price for a dental bridge is usually different from one patient to another. That’s because bridges are custom-made to resolve the individual patient’s smile issues. The cost also varies based on the materials used and the complexity of the dental problems that are being addressed.

Dentures

What’s Involved in Getting Dentures?

Getting dentures is the first step to a more confident life. Your dentist will take molds of your teeth and gums and consult with you to decide on the dentures type that’s best for your needs. Unhealthy teeth will be extracted if necessary. The final step is getting fitted with your custom-made dentures.

How Much Do New Dentures Cost?

Traditional dentures that rest on the gums are considered the most affordable choice. Dentures that are attached to dental implants cost more because of the oral surgery that’s required. To find out more about the cost of dentures, visit us for a consultation.

What Are Full Dentures?

Full dentures replace a full arch of teeth. You might be missing all of the teeth on the top, bottom or both. Full dentures are made to look just like natural teeth and gums. They help to retain the natural shape of your face and let you smile with confidence.

What Are Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures replace gaps in your smile with one or more prosthetic teeth. They offer a way to replace teeth on both sides of the mouth with one device. Partials are often selected for tooth replacement when the remaining natural teeth are healthy. You wear your partial when you eat, but this type of device is usually not worn during sleep.

What Do Flipper Teeth Look Like?

Flipper teeth are made to look just like natural teeth. They’re attached to an acrylic, gum-colored retainer that is easy to put in and take out of the mouth.

How Much Do Flipper Teeth Cost?

Flipper teeth are an affordable option for replacing missing teeth. This type of appliance is often used to replace missing teeth until a more permanent option can be obtained.

What Is an Immediate Denture?

An immediate denture is a dental appliance that you can wear the same day that you have your teeth extracted. It requires advanced planning with your dentist so that your appliance will be ready the day of your teeth extraction procedure. This denture is made to sit comfortably over the gums as they heal.

Dental Fillings

What’s the Purpose of a Dental Filling?

A dental filling is used to return a decayed tooth to its normal appearance and functionality. After the decayed portion of the tooth is removed and the tooth is cleaned, a filling is put in place to close off the tooth to decay-causing bacteria.

What Do Dental Fillings Cost?

The cost for dental fillings varies based on the materials used, the extent of the tooth decay, and where in the mouth the filling is placed.

What Are Composite Fillings?

Composite tooth fillings are made of materials that can be formulated to blend in with the natural tooth. Dentists often recommend this type of filling when highly visible teeth, like the ones in the front of the mouth, require filling.

Onlays

What Is an Onlay?

If you have a fairly large cavity that reaches the chewing surface of a tooth, your dentist might recommend a dental onlay. An onlay provides a strong chewing surface when compared to a tooth that’s had a dental filling. Dentists often recommend onlays for treating decay of the molars.

How Much Does an Onlay Cost?

Getting a dental onlay, which is also known as a tooth overlay, can vary in cost based on the materials used and the extent of the tooth decay.

What Is an Overlay?

An overlay is sometimes referred to as a partial crown because it covers a larger area than an onlay or a filling. Dentists will use an overlay if you have a large cavity or an old filling that needs to be replaced.

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