Restorative Dentistry Allen, TX

Restoration dentistry is the process of repairing damaged teeth. If a tooth contains a cavity,  has severe tooth decay, is damaged, or you have experienced a traumatic accident that has affected your teeth, our restorative dental services are the solution for you. Restorations take many forms, and luckily our dentists in Allen have expert-level experience and passion for all of them!

Restorative Dentist in Allen, Texas

Root Canals and Fillings

One of the most common restorative dental procedures is a root canal. Root canals eliminate the infection in a specific tooth by entering the root and removing the cause of any particular infection or inflammation. After the decontamination of the root, it will be sealed and able to be used again!

Fillings are used alongside root canals and to repair cavities or cracked and broken teeth. The resins that create the filling mimic your tooth’s natural look and feel. Fillings can even be used to repair teeth that have been worn down by clenching or grinding. Overall, they are a great, simple option for restoring your smile!

Dental Crowns

Our office offers crowns if you are looking for a more in-depth approach to restoring a cracked or damaged tooth. Crowns will completely cover a broken or worn-down tooth and protect it from further damage. Dental crowns mimic the look and feel of natural teeth and are most often used as solutions for severe cavities. Our dentists want to do everything they can to keep your smile in top shape. Rehabilitative and restorative dentistry is the most effective way to do this, especially if you are dealing with cavities!

Our office serves a large majority of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including cities and towns such as Plano, Allen, Carrollton, McKinney, Frisco, Lewisville, Garland, Richardson, Rockwall, and The Colony. We cannot wait to help you achieve the smile you deserve!

Restorative Dentistry in Allen, TX

Dental Implants

If you have lost a tooth or require extraction, a great solution for replacing the tooth is a dental implant that operates as a replacement tooth.

TMJ Specialty

TMJ muscles are responsible for jaw movement and can tighten, causing uncomfortable pain. Talk to our team for the best solutions.


Prevent your weak, broken, or cracked teeth from breaking further by using crowns to help restore your smile.


We use tooth-matching resins to mimic natural teeth and produce brilliant restorations.

Root Canals

Maintain your natural set of teeth when infection or inflammation has occurred with root canal therapy.