Restorative Dentistry – Garland, TX

Strengthening & Restoring Damaged & Decayed Teeth

Teeth that have been affected by dental decay and accidents that have caused damage need to be strengthened and supported in order to ensure that they remain functional and healthy. Dr. Mason offers several restorative treatments that are built to not only stand the test of time, but to also look completely natural within the mouth. With our detail-oriented, gentle options for restorative dentistry in Garland, TX, you can rest-assured that your smile will look and feel healthy again.

Why Choose Janet Mason, DDS
for Restorative Dentistry?

  • We Accept Dental Insurance
  • Custom-Crafted Dental Restoration
  • Natural-Looking Cavity Fillings

Dental Crowns

Dental crown before placement during restorative dentistry visit

Dental crowns are cap-like prosthetics that are cemented over the visible surface of teeth that lies above the gumline. They can be crafted from a variety of durable and natural-looking materials, including zirconia, porcelain, and porcelain fused to metal. They are custom shaded to closely match the adjacent teeth. Once secured over teeth that have been treated, damaged, or are severely misshapen, they can protect them and restore their strength, allowing you to enjoy your natural tooth for decades to come.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dentist examining patient's smile during tooth-colored filling appointment

In the past, dentists would treat cavities by cleaning out any debris within the tooth and filling it with a metal compound, called amalgam. As a result of the metal, patients experienced dental sensitivity and gum and tooth discoloration. Today, we utilize a biocompatible material called composite resin to treat cavities. It can fuse with your natural tooth enamel, requiring less alteration of your tooth structure in order to be placed. Plus, it’s completely safe to use within the mouth and won’t result in uncomfortable side-effects.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Closeup of beautiful smile after full mouth reconstruction

If you have several damaged or missing teeth, we can construct a comprehensive plan to restore the function and health of your smile with a full mouth reconstruction treatment. This can include two or more restorative or tooth loss treatments, including dental crowns, cavity fillings, bridges, dentures, or dental implants. We’ll tailor your plan to meet your unique needs, including your budget and timeline goals.