Restorative Dentistry Rebuilds Plano Smiles
Think you might have a cavity? Are a few of your teeth chipped or cracked? Missing a few? No matter what your issue might be, Dr. Weygandt can help put your smile back together using our restorative services. Combining his decades of experience and the latest technology, he can give you a restoration that blends seamlessly into your smile and can be trusted to last for years to come. To start getting your smile back today, contact us for an appointment.
Whether you are missing a single tooth, all of your teeth, or something in between, dental implants are by far the best way to bring them back. Unlike other tooth replacements, dental implants actually restore the entire structure of a tooth, delivering the most reliable, durable, and natural-looking results possible.
Crowns & Bridges
When it comes to repairing large cavities, fractured teeth, weakened teeth, or even replacing one or more missing teeth in a row, crowns and bridges are two of the most effective treatments in dentistry. With just two easy appointments, Dr. Weygandt can provide you with a custom-made restoration that will make your dental issue seem like it never happened.
Tooth-colored fillings are the new way dentists can fully repair small cavities. Rather than leaving a large gray mark on the teeth like amalgam fillings, tooth-colored fillings can be specially shaded to perfectly match a patient’s enamel, making them practically invisible. Even better, because they are metal-free, they don’t make a tooth more sensitive to hot and/or cold temperatures.
Dentures & Partials
Patients with multiple missing teeth deal with a number of health and social problems every day, and if this includes you, then you don’t need us to list them. Fortunately, our practice is able to provide a long-term solution in the form of custom-made dentures. If you are just missing a few teeth, partial dentures can help fill in the gaps, or, if you are missing an entire row, full dentures can instantly bring it back.
Root Canal Therapy
When the interior nerve of a tooth is exposed to bacteria (whether due to dental trauma or a longstanding cavity), this can lead to an infection that causes quite a toothache! With root canal therapy, however, we can save these severely damaged teeth and even ensure they look and function normally for many years to come.
At our practice, our number one goal is to help a patient keep their natural teeth for as long as possible, but sometimes, it’s simply in a patient’s best interest to have one removed. A patient may require an extraction if:
- A tooth is too damaged to be repaired
- Gum disease has weakened the bone needed to support a tooth
- Room needs to be created for a denture/orthodontic treatment
- A baby tooth refuses to fall out/is blocking an erupting adult tooth
- A tooth has become painful, impacted (stuck), or infected (which is usually the case with the wisdom teeth)