Restorative Dentistry


Dental Restorations in Carrollton, TX

Teeth damaged by decay, disease or trauma must be restored to prevent more serious oral problems. Your Carrollton dentist can restore even the most damaged teeth to optimal health with restorative procedures like tooth-colored fillings, inlays, onlays, durable porcelain crowns, fixed bridges, dentures and dental implants. Our high-quality, natural-looking restorations are designed to last a long time.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Why use mercury fillings that may harm the body when you can use modern, biocompatible materials? At Dr. Ron Proctor’s dental office, we use safe, “invisible” tooth-colored fillings that blend in with your natural teeth.


Our crowns are made of high-quality porcelain that looks natural and reacts like real enamel. Porcelain crowns are often used to cover the tooth after root canal treatment, but crowns can also be used to reinforce any weak structure, hide imperfections, and protect the tooth from the elements.


Bridges fill the gap left by one or more missing teeth. A typical bridge consists of two teeth capped with crowns that hold an artificial tooth in the middle. Bridges can also be anchored by dental implants. Bridges are recommended to replace isolated gaps in either the upper or lower arch.


Dentures are used if all of your teeth are missing. Your dentist in Carrollton recommends implant-supported dentures for best comfort, function and aesthetics. Our modern dentures look just like real teeth—your friends will have a hard time telling that they’re artificial.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are the ultimate teeth replacement solutions. Implants are titanium rods that replace the tooth roots. The crown, bridge or denture is attached on top of the implant to simulate a living, healthy tooth. Nothing is better to restore your mouth’s health, function, and appearance.

Visit our dental office in Carrollton, TX to learn more about exceptional restorative dentistry. Call 972-492-2866 now or click here to request an appointment.