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When you have severe tooth decay, gum disease, or other problems affecting the teeth in your mouth, you’ll likely spend some time exploring restorative dentistry.

Here at Barron Dentistry, Dr. Barron has years of experience in restorative dentistry. So what exactly does this branch of dentistry do? Let’s look at a few of its benefits and when you may need it.

Restores teeth

At its simplest form, restorative dentistry does exactly what it says – it restores teeth to their former appearance, fit, and function. Whether you’ve lost teeth due to gum disease or tooth decay, restorative dentistry will fix any issues with your smile.

Brings your smile back

Another great aspect of restorative dentistry is the fact that it makes you comfortable with your own smile again. By fixing the appearance of your smile, you’ll feel more confident in social situations and that can pay off in a big way professionally.

Restores health

Teeth that are infected, crooked, chipped, or otherwise damaged are prime candidates for infection. Your oral health suffers – as does your systemic health – when you have teeth that aren’t in perfect shape, and restorative dentistry alleviates this problem.

If you have teeth that are infected, chipped, cracked, or otherwise marred, then you need to take some time to consider your restorative dentistry options. Call us today at 817.732.1626 to schedule a consultation appointment and get on the track to restoring your smile to what it was meant to be.