Restorative dentistry is the branch in dentistry that deals with the management and procedures to restore the beauty of the patient’s smile and avoid developing oral health problems in the future. Make an Appointment today and let us answer any questions you might have about the length of the treatment or dental implant cost.

Our Texas Restorative Dentistry include:

  • Fillings
  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Dental Implant Procedure
  • All on 4 dental implants
  • Same day dental implants
  • Dentures

Areas we serve:

The ColonyLittle ElmHackberryProsperMcKinneyAllenOakpointHebron

Little Elm, TX Government

Little Elm became a home rule municipality in 2001. It has a council-manager form of government. The town council consists of a mayor and five town council members, one of whom is elected at-large.

In 2021, Little Elm elected its first African American mayor, Curtis Cornelious.


Restorative Dentistry FAQ

Little Elm, What is considered restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is about the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of oral diseases. Treatment under restorative dentistry involves fixing cracked or damaged teeth, replacing missing teeth, placing crowns, filling bridges, with the goal of restoring your smile and preventing oral health problems in the future.

Little Elm, What is aesthetic restorative dentistry?

Aesthetic restorative dentistry is the restoration of looks and functions of the teeth after the damage has occurred. This involves the skills and techniques in order to improve the patient’s smile, shape, color, alignment, size, and overall health and function. Examples of aesthetic dentistry treatments are bridges, bonding, dental implants, and dental crowns.

Little Elm, Is a dental crown considered restorative?

Yes. Dental crowns are able to restore severely worn down or broken teeth. This can also be used to protect a weak tooth from breaking or keep together a cracked tooth. All of these are meant to restore the natural functions of the patients teeth.

Little Elm, Is teeth whitening considered restorative?

No. The teeth whitening is aimed at improving the function of your smile; therefore, it is a cosmetic procedure.