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Our Belknap location is temporarily closed due to flooding.
The Belknap staff is currently working at our Lake Worth location.

If you are wanting to speak to someone from the Belknap office, they may be reached at our Lake Worth office, 817-237-3222 or our call center, 817-222-9900.

We also have other office locations in the metroplex area!

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Dental Implant FAQ
College girl smiling after getting dental implants at HomeTown Dental at Belknap in Fort Worth, TX A smile is the first thing you notice whenever you meet someone. That means your smile can either leave a lasting impression or do the opposite. Restorative dentistry is just what you need if your smile needs a makeover. At HomeTown Dental at Belknap, Dr. Guram or Dr. Mancera and Dr. Guram or Dr. Mancera have years of experienced in restorative dentistry and can help you get that winning smile back.

What is Restorative Dentistry?

Your smile may become worn out, or your teeth may become harmed from daily usage and mistreatment. Our teeth might weaken due to other causes, including decay, damage, or aging, which can harm both our oral and general health. The therapies we offer to restore the harm done to your teeth are referred to as restorative dentistry. Dental implants can mitigate the negative impacts of tooth loss, while procedures like fillings, crowns, and root canal therapy can heal decayed or damaged teeth and other structural issues. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that will restore your healthy set of teeth, even if you require repeated restorative procedures.

What About a Chipped Tooth?

Dental crowns, bonding, or veneers can repair chipped teeth. Bonding is coating the surface of the teeth with composite resin that is tooth-colored and shaping it to resemble genuine teeth. Dental veneers are ultra-thin porcelain shells attached to the tooth's surface to cover up imperfections like chipped teeth.

Types of Restorative Treatments

The objective shifts to helping folks comprehend what restorative dentistry actually entails after they are familiar with its description. What are the therapies as a result is a frequently asked question. Patients who have had fillings or crowns have previously undergone restoration procedures. The extent of a patient's needs will determine the kind of therapy a dentist will administer. Dental bridges, crowns, dental implants, and fillings are typical procedures.

What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

Dental implants are strong titanium posts. Implants become a permanent component once they have integrated with the jawbone. Patients seldom have implant failure. Dental crowns, which are sturdy caps that feel and look like real teeth, are another option for covering implants. Additionally, a bridge or denture can be fixed to dental implants.

What if I Have a Cavity?

A cavity is risky and can lead to more difficult and uncomfortable issues if left untreated. It's crucial to have the tooth evaluated right away for decay if you have dental pain or sensitivity. Cavity prevention measures include routine preventive dental visits and adequate daily oral hygiene. We use cutting-edge technology to identify cavities in their early stages, but once decay has begun, a cavity cannot be reversed and needs to be treated.

What about Broken or Damaged Teeth?

Sometimes a tooth might break due to decay, injury, or illness, which can lead to oral health difficulties or trouble speaking or chewing. Thanks to our extensive restorative dentistry treatments, you may have your damaged teeth properly repaired. Porcelain crowns are shaded to blend in with the neighboring teeth, making the crown virtually indistinguishable from a normal tooth.

If you have more questions about restorative dentistry and dental implants, contact us at 682-204-5735 and book an appointment to meet Dr. Guram.

HomeTown Dental at Belknap in Fort Worth, TX

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Tuesday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am-6:00pm
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Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-4:00pm
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