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Restorative Dentistry – North Dallas, TX

Save Damaged Teeth,
Invigorate Your Smile

Woman in pain holding jaw

Teeth are incredibly durable, but it’s rare that they stay in perfect condition forever. The fact is they are exposed to harmful bacteria on a daily basis and depending on your current oral care routine, they might be significantly damaged without you even realizing it. The good news is Dr. Rouhani can save your tooth, rather than remove it outright. With his expertise in full mouth reconstructions and restorative dentistry in North Dallas, TX, you can count on him to restore your smile. Give his dental office a call today!

Why Choose Dental Attraction for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Dentist Trained to Perform Full Mouth Reconstructions
  • Provides Natural-Looking Restorations
  • Highly-Customized Crowns and Metal-Free Materials

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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In the past, you may have been used to receiving fillings made from metal materials, including nickel, silver or mercury. However, advancements in dental materials like composite resin make it easy to restore teeth without using materials that are not only visible but potentially harmful to teeth in the long-term. Placing dental fillings only takes a single appointment to complete and are designed to last at least 10 years without issue.

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Dental Crowns

Model smile with dental crown restoration

Whether you’re tooth is damaged and you need to prevent future fracture or your tooth replacement needs to be covered with a natural-looking restoration, dental crowns are often the solution. This incredibly versatile treatment is ideal for many dental functions, including the restoration of a tooth following a root canal treatment or for hiding cosmetic imperfections that other options cannot resolve. Each crown is customized exactly to your needs, so you can expect it to last for many years.

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