From an infected tooth to a broken one, it’s surprising the amount of dental damage life can dish out. But don’t worry – McAllen, TX dentist Dr. Kenneth Baker offers a full range of restorative dentistry. No matter what kind of damage your smile has suffered, he’ll repair it with restorative dental procedures like:
- Tooth fillings
- Dental veneers
- Dental crowns
- Inlays and onlays
- Dental bridges
- Root canals
- Dental implants
Need to fix damaged teeth or replace missing ones? Call Kenneth W. Baker, DDS and Associates at (956) 232-8029. You can get dental sedation if you’re worried about discomfort during restorative dental treatments!
Get Teeth in Great Shape Again With Restorative Dental Procedures
Our restorative dental care will relieve your discomfort and give you a fully functional smile. Dr. Baker, a Fellow in the Academy of Dentistry International, can fix:
- Cavities. Our composite fillings match the color of your teeth, so they’re invisible in your mouth. No more dark spots in your smile! And no health concerns about mercury or other elements in metal fillings. We’re happy to provide metal fillings if you prefer them, though. Dr. Baker can repair larger cavities with inlays or onlays.
- Cracks. Dental veneers applied to the front surfaces of teeth can repair minor cracks. Dr. Baker will mend larger cracks with a dental crown.
- Breaks. A dental crown holds a broken tooth together and protects it from further damage. Dr. Baker offers a choice of porcelain crowns or zirconia crowns. Either material will last for many years.
- Infection. A root canal procedure removes infection from the soft center of your tooth. If the infection is left untreated, you can lose your tooth, and the infection can spread.
- Missing teeth. Get rid of gaps in your smile and regain your ability to chew in comfort with a dental bridge, dentures, or dental implants.
As with any procedures in our McAllen, TX dentist, Dr. Baker uses the latest technology to keep your treatments comfortable and convenient. For instance, instead of taking impressions of your teeth by putting a tray of putty in your mouth, we use digital technology.