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Restorative Dentistry – Mangum, OK

Repair Your Decayed, Chipped & Broken Teeth

Woman in pain holding jaw

Even well maintained smiles can develop a little decay or damage from time to time, but problems like cavities and chipped/broken teeth can be easily taken care of here at 333 Dental Care. No matter what is ailing your teeth, Dr. Lively can design a custom-made restoration using lifelike materials that will have your smile looking like new in no time. In the end, it will seem like the problem was never there in the first place! To learn more about your restorative options, contact us today.

Why Choose Us for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Strong & lifelike materials deliver natural-looking results
  • Treatments specially-designed for each patient
  • Hometown dentist with 20+ years of experience

Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Fillings are the primary way dentists repair damage due to small cavities, and if you’ve gotten one in the past, it was likely made of a metallic material called amalgam. While extremely strong, amalgam always leaves a gray mark that instantly stands out in the smile. Plus, it can make a tooth more sensitive to hot and cold temperatures.

Fortunately, tooth-colored fillings solve both of these problems, which is why that is all we use. Made of a flexible composite resin, they can be perfectly matched to any patient’s enamel color so that the restoration is practically invisible within the smile. Plus, because the resin is metal-free, patients don’t experience an increase in temperature sensitivity either.

Dental Crowns

Animation of dental crown placement

A dental crown gets its name from the fact that it actually sits on top of a natural tooth. With one, Dr. Lively can protect a tooth that has experienced severe decay or damage while also restoring its original shape, size, and strength. Once in place, crowns blend seamlessly into the smile both functionally and aesthetically, and many patients forget they even have one.

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