Restorative Dentistry – Owasso, OK

Have a Damaged Smile? Let Our Team Help

Even a small crack or cavity can gradually grow into a much larger problem if it’s left alone for too long. You need to act quickly to have the tooth restored so you can still use it to eat and speak without having to worry about further damage. From tooth-colored fillings to lifelike dental crowns, there’s more than one way for Dr. Lim to reverse the damage done to your grin. Reach out today for more details about the restorative dentistry treatments available at our dental office in Owasso.

Why Choose Life Smiles of Owasso for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Convenient CEREC Same-Day Crowns
  • Fully Personalized Full-Mouth Reconstructions
  • A Highly Trained Dental Expert

Dental Crowns

Illustrated dental crown being placed onto a tooth

In situations where a filling would not be enough to fix the damage, a dental crown may be used to completely cover the tooth in order to protect it. At our dental office, you have the option of getting an EMAX, zirconia, or porcelain crown. These types of restorations aren’t just durable, they’re also quite natural-looking, allowing us to keep your tooth safe while also ensuring that your smile remains as dazzling as ever.

CEREC Same-Day Dental Crowns & Restorations

Milling machine creating a same day dental crown from small ceramic block

With the CEREC system, our patients don’t have to wait as long to enjoy the benefits of a personalized dental crown. Over the course of a single visit, we can digitally scan your tooth, design a crown that fits your specific needs, and have the restoration made in-office with the help of a milling machine. We’ll then be ready to attach the crown to your smile. You won’t have to worry about scheduling a second appointment or having to wear a temporary crown!

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated teeth with white fillings

A tooth with a small chip or crack may benefit from a dental filling. But there’s no need to worry about getting an unattractive metal restoration; our team can instead repair your tooth with tooth-colored composite resin. The material will be shade-matched to blend in with your enamel, and it will be sculpted to be as aesthetically pleasing as possible. You can often keep a tooth-colored filling for around seven years before a new one is needed.

Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Close up of person smiling with straight white teeth

A full-mouth reconstruction may be recommended if you have multiple teeth that are damaged, decayed, or missing. (In some cases, it can also be used to help treat a TMJ disorder or sleep apnea.) The steps of a full-mouth reconstruction are different for each patient; the services involved will be chosen based on your specific oral health issues. Rest assured that our team will take the time to make sure that you fully understand why you may need certain treatments as part of the reconstruction process.