Where healthy mouths and beautiful smiles lead to better lives.

Restorative Therapy

Brushy Creek Dentistry offers a wide range of treatment to help restore your smile to a functional and esthetic state. At times, a cavity, gum disease, missing teeth, or an infection in a tooth can damage your smile. Below are treatment options we recommend and perform to restore your smile. Please call our office if you have any questions regarding any of these services.

Tooth Colored Fillings

If Dr. Hamamcy finds that you have a cavity and are in need of a filling to restore the tooth, she will use a tooth-colored resin composite material. This material will allow for her to create a natural-looking filling that is nearly invisible to the naked eye as well as strengthen the weakened tooth as it is bonded to the enamel. The composite material used in tooth-colored fillings is bonded directly to the existing tooth, allowing for a better fit and an increase in the structural strength of the remaining tooth.

If you have silver or mercury fillings and are interested in replacing them with tooth-colored restorations, call our office and schedule an examination. Dr. Hamamcy will determine if it makes sense to replace your existing fillings and discuss a plan for your treatment if it is appropriate. Our goal is to improve your overall health, so we will take care in recommending the correct course of treatment for your specific needs.

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Crowns

If your tooth has decay that is too large or too close to the nerve to restore with a traditional filling, Dr. Hamamcy may recommend a crown. A dental crown is sometimes also called a cap and it covers the entire visible portion of your tooth. This restoration is then cemented in place so it will look and feel like your natural tooth. Crowns can also be used when your tooth has been fractured and will restore the original form and function. These crowns can be made of many materials, but are most commonly made from porcelain. Ask Dr. Hamamcy about the different options available for crown materials and how they can affect the look of your smile.

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Bridges

A dental bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth with lab-fabricated artificial teeth. These restorations allow you to correct “holes” in your smile and can literally bridge the gap between your remaining teeth. Like a crown, a bridge can be made from many materials, including porcelain, gold, alloys or a combination of these. Replacing missing teeth can help to maintain the shape of your face as well as prevent further dental issues by keeping your remaining teeth in their correct alignment. Ask Dr. Hamamcy if a bridge is the right option for you!

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Dentures and Partials

If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, a complete denture can replace your missing teeth and give you back your smile. There are many reasons for tooth loss. Regardless of whether you have suffered from periodontal disease, tooth decay or even an injury or trauma, replacing your missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health. A denture will give your mouth and jaw the structure it needs to keep your face looking healthy and natural. Your teeth and gums keep your facial muscles in place. Without dentures, these muscles start to sag and typically make a person appear older.

Removable partial dentures usually consist of replacement teeth attached to pink or gum-colored plastic bases, which are connected by metal framework. Removable partial dentures attach to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments. Precision attachments are generally more esthetic than metal clasps and they are nearly invisible. At Brushy Creek Dentistry, we believe that it is important to save your natural teeth whenever possible. A partial denture will allow Dr. Hamamcy to replace the missing teeth while maintaining as much of your natural smile as possible. Schedule your visit with our office today to find out more.

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15534 Ranch Rd 620, Ste 300
Round Rock, TX 78717

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15534 Ranch Rd 620, Ste 300
Round Rock, TX 78717

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f. 512.580.9201