Health &

Restorative Dentistry
in Forest Hill, TX!

From normal wear and tear over the years to dental injuries, it’s common for people to need some form of restorative dentistry at some point in their lives. When dental issues arise, it can be uncomfortable and difficult to complete everyday tasks such as eating, talking, or smiling with ease. Whether you’re dealing with a toothache or tooth loss, we recommend scheduling an appointment as soon as possible. The earlier we can treat your dental problem, the faster you can get back to enjoying the benefits of a healthy, working smile. Please contact us to schedule your consultation!

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Cavities are damaged areas of a tooth caused by tooth decay over time. There are a variety of factors that can cause cavities, such as a poor oral hygiene regimen, plaque buildup, sugary food and drinks, dry mouth, and certain medical problems. After we remove the decay from a tooth, we use composite resin, tooth-colored fillings to reshape and repair the cavity left behind. Our fillings can restore your tooth’s structure, health, and functionality.

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Dental Crowns

Crowns are ceramic or porcelain caps that completely cover an existing tooth. They can be used to mask a severely discolored or misshapen tooth, preserve a weak tooth, strengthen a tooth after root canal therapy, replace a missing tooth with implants, and more. We handcraft our dental crowns to resemble your natural teeth from the shape to the color so that it blends in seamlessly with your smile.

Dental Bridges

A bridge consists of a replacement tooth (or teeth) held in place with crowns on either side of the gap. Bridges are often budget-friendly tooth replacement solutions for replacing a single tooth or multiple missing teeth in a row. The crowns located on either end of the bridge can either bond to existing teeth or snap onto dental implants with a connective piece. Dental bridges are created to blend in with your existing teeth, so most people won’t be able to tell it’s there.

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Dentures are removable appliances that can replace a partial or full arch of teeth. Whether you’ve experienced tooth loss from gum disease, dental injury, or another situation, replacing them will benefit both your appearance and your overall health. Unlike dentures of the past, we use state-of-the-art methods to craft custom-fitted dentures that look and feel like real teeth. Depending on your preferences, we can design your dentures to fit snugly along the gum line or snap onto dental implants.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are a permanent way to replace missing teeth. The implants themselves are small posts that go directly into the jawbone. Once the patient heals from the first step in the process, we’ll move on to designing their new teeth that will snap onto their implants at the gum line. Depending on each patient’s needs, we can create a crown, bridge, or denture to complete their implant process and fill in the gaps.

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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a common, straightforward procedure used to preserve a natural tooth that is severely damaged or infected. While root canals may seem intimidating, they are actually designed to alleviate tooth pain, not cause it. During root canal treatment, we’ll carefully remove the diseased pulp from inside the tooth, disinfect the area, and place a filling to seal the canal.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth (your third set of molars) usually erupt between the ages of 15 to 25. If your wisdom teeth look like they are going to cause some trouble or they already are, we perform gentle wisdom teeth removal to preserve your oral health. Wisdom teeth can potentially cause pain, infection, and crowding, so it’s important to have them X-rayed even if they haven’t erupted yet to ensure that they won’t put your dental health at risk.

New Patient

We truly appreciate each and every new patient that comes to our office. If you're planning your first visit, please take advantage of our New Patient Special. It's a small way for us to say a big "thanks" for choosing Nova Family Dental!


New Patient Special