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Restorative Dentistry – San Antonio, TX

Your Smile,
Restore Your


Most people take their teeth for granted. While that may be understandable, it's not wise. In reality, strong, healthy teeth are essential for maintaining overall health. That's why we’re committed to assisting patients in maintaining the strength, function, and use of their natural teeth for as long as possible. To do this, we work with the latest materials and methods available to quickly repair any damage with custom options for restorative dentistry in San Antonio, TX.

Why Choose New Image Dentistry for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Trusted Family-Owned
    dental office
  • All Restorative Services
    Under 1 Roof
  • Latest Technology Delivers Strong,
    Natural-Looking Results

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Model smile with fixed bridge dental restoration

If a cavity is plaguing your smile, a dental crown can offer what you need to keep infection and damage out. Have a missing tooth? Using your natural, healthy teeth, we can create a customized bridge and use your regular teeth as anchors to hold it in place. This will not only restore your smile, but it will also keep your natural teeth from shifting out of place.

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Inlays & Onlays

Model teeth inlays and onlays

If you have a large filling you need to replace, a dental crown is sometimes the best solution. In other cases, an inlay or onlay may be more appropriate. Inlays and onlays are similar to fillings, but instead of being made from composite resin, they’re milled from porcelain the way a crown is. This ensures that a tooth remains strong and healthy. And because your inlay/onlay will be made from porcelain, your restoration will blend in with your smile for a discreet result.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dentist checking patient's tooth colored filling

Have a cavity that needs filling, but you don’t want a metal spotlight shining in your mouth? Luckily, more and more dentists are moving away from amalgam fillings and opting for composite resin, or tooth-colored fillings as they’re also known. The material is designed to match your natural tooth color, giving you a seamlessly blended smile. But apart from its aesthetic capabilities, it can also seal the tooth, offering additional protection from further damage or decay.

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Hand holding full set of dentures

Patients who are missing multiple or all their teeth can achieve a full, complete smile with partial and full dentures. If only a few teeth are missing along an arch, a partial can be put into place, acting like a puzzle piece to fill in the gaps. Or, a full denture will replace the entire arch, complete with a gum-colored base and artificial teeth. Natural suction will help to hold it in place, but some individuals do prefer to use a dental adhesive for added security.

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All-on-4 Dentures/ Teeth-in-a-Day

Model all on 4 dentures

If you have missing teeth but have been told you don’t qualify for dental implants because of your weakened jawbone, you can find hope with All-On-4/Teeth In A Day. Our team can examine your oral structure and determine which areas of the jawbone to place your implants. Using only 4 posts, we can strategically place them in the stronger areas of your bone, allowing your custom restoration to sit on top and give you the stable, fully functional smile you deserve.

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Root Canal Therapy

Digital x-ray of smile after root canal therapy

If one of your teeth has developed an infection caused by a deep cavity or a traumatic injury, a root canal can help you save the tooth and restore its health. During a root canal, Dr. Holland removes all signs of infection from your tooth, as well as the pulpy, interior dental tissue. To protect your tooth from developing an infection later, we’ll finish your procedure by placing a crown over the tooth. Your crown both protects the tooth and restores its strength and appearance.

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