Restorative Dentistry – Plano, TX

Repairing Smiles Along the Way

While prevention is always preferred, dental decay and damage can arise at any moment, resulting in the need for restorative treatment. Dr. Khorasani offers natural-looking, high-quality materials that are designed to blend in with existing smiles and ensure greater protection. From tooth-colored fillings and dental crowns to root canals and tooth extractions, you can enjoy a fully restored smile that will last for years to come. Call us today to schedule an appointment for restorative dentistry in Plano, TX.

Why Choose Atlas Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Plano for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Mess-Free Digital Impression System
  • Sedation Dentistry Available
  • Patient-Focused, Compassionate Dental Team

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Closeup of flawless smile with tooth colored fillings after restorative dentistry treatment

Made of composite resin that is color-matched to your existing teeth, tooth-colored fillings are a preferred alternative to traditional amalgam. Instead of shining a spotlight on your dental work, we can fill in the decayed areas of your teeth with a natural-looking solution that creates a more seamless appearance and offers maximum protection and stability.

Dental Crowns

Dental crown resting on fingertip prior to placement

Dental crowns, also known as caps, are customized restorations that fit over a vulnerable tooth structure. At Atlas Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Plano, we use an array of materials to create our crowns, including porcelain-fused-to-metal, EMAX, zirconia, gold, and porcelain. When damage or decay affects the functionality of a tooth, a dental crown can be created to offer protection against reinfection while the tooth strengthens over time. They often require two appointments and can last a decade or more with proper maintenance and care.

Root Canals

Animated smile during root canal therapy process

The pulp of a tooth consists of nerves, blood vessels, and tissues. When decay or damage affects this innermost layer, pain is often the result. And because a dental filling or crown will not suffice when it comes to treatment, it is necessary that we perform a root canal to try and save the tooth from extraction. Our team will remove the infected pulp and clear out the canals to alleviate pain before filling in the tooth and placing a customized crown over its natural structure for greater protection.

Tooth Extractions

Metal clasp holding an extracted tooth

When other restorative services are not enough to save a tooth, the only option left is to remove it. Dr. Reza Khorasani will never recommend this type of treatment in the beginning; however, if all other prospects prove unsuccessful, ensuring the future of your smile will require tooth extraction. Should this be necessary for your oral health, you can trust that our team will prioritize your safety and comfort throughout the procedure as well as provide aftercare instructions to ensure a swift and successful recovery.