Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry for Hewitt, TX

If you have missing or severely damaged teeth, we feature a variety of restorative treatments at our practice to enhance the appearance of your smile and protect your oral health. No matter how many teeth you need replaced, Drs. Cooney, Cooper, Sager, and our team will work together with you to find the ideal solution for your smile.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a permanent, natural-looking solution for missing teeth. They’re easy to maintain, highly durable, and the only tooth replacement that protects your oral health. The procedure typically consists of multiple appointments over the course of several months.

We offer a range of implant solutions to replace any number of missing teeth, from individual crowns to full-arch dentures. For patients who want to save time, we also feature immediate load implants that can be placed in one appointment. No matter which option you choose, you can enjoy a stunning smile that will last a lifetime with proper care.

Dentures

For patients seeking an affordable solution that doesn’t require surgery, dentures may be the best choice. We offer partial dentures for patients who still have some natural teeth remaining, as well as full dentures for patients who need to restore an entire arch. All of our dentures are customized to match the appearance of your natural teeth and fit comfortably over your gums.

If you want a restoration that’s more stable and non-removable, we can anchor a partial or full denture to your jaw with multiple dental implants. This offers better protection for your health and longer-lasting results.

CEREC® Single Day Crowns

We feature CEREC technology at our practice, an advancement in dentistry that allows us to restore damaged teeth with stunning porcelain crowns in just one office visit.

The process involves us taking a digital scan of your tooth and using our 3D software to create a customized crown just for you. The whole treatment only takes a little over an hour, and it eliminates the need for messy dental impressions.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

I have gum disease. Can I still get dental implants?

Yes, it is possible to get dental implants if you have gum disease. However, you may need to undergo a supplemental procedure, like periodontal treatment, to restore the health of your gums before receiving your implants. This will better prepare you for successful dental implant placement and ensure long-lasting, effective results.

With the LANAP® laser, our dentists can eliminate hard-to-reach bacteria in a minimally invasive, pain-free procedure. Recovering from periodontal treatment is a fast, minimal process, allowing you to begin your implant journey soon after the procedure.

What is the difference between full and partial dentures?

Our practice features both full and partial dentures for patients seeking to restore their smile with an affordable, customized solution for missing teeth. We use partial dentures for patients with some of their natural teeth remaining to fill in any gaps in your smile. 

For patients missing an entire arch of teeth, full dentures are used to restore the look, feel, and function of your natural smile. Both full and partial dentures can be secured with natural-looking dental implants for patients who want a more stable restoration. To learn more about our denture solutions, give us a call at (254) 666-1686 and we’ll be happy to explain the benefits.

What are the benefits of CEREC® technology?

We proudly utilize CEREC technology to create customized, natural-looking restorations in as little as an hour. This advanced 3D software allows our dentists to save more of your natural tooth structure and eliminates the need for messy impressions. 

With CEREC technology, we’re able to provide patients with a more attractive, comfortable restoration while ensuring long-lasting results. Best of all, Dr. Cooney, Dr. Cooper, or Dr. Sager can help you achieve your dream smile in one short office visit to Central Texas Dental Care.

Am I a candidate for single-day crowns?

If you have a chipped, cracked, or damaged tooth, it’s likely you’re a candidate for single-day dental crowns. A dental crown, also known as a cap, is a thin, porcelain shell that’s placed over your damaged tooth to restore its aesthetic and function. They’re crafted with advanced CEREC technology, allowing us to provide patients with a flawless smile in just one visit.

To find out if you’re a candidate, contact our Hewitt office at (254) 666-1686 and we’ll schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced dentists. They’ll examine your oral health, discuss your smile goals, and determine whether single-day crowns are right for you.

Are you ready to schedule with Central Texas Dental Care?