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Restorative Dentistry – Winfield, KS

Bring Back Your Smile’s
Form and Function

Even with the best oral care, sometimes teeth can simply get worn down. When they crack, chip, or wear down either due to injury or because of cavities you may not have noticed, they need professional attention to last. Not only will Dr. Parsons be able to get your teeth back to their fullest functionality, but he’ll take the time to ensure they look the part as well. Give his dental office a call to schedule an appointment and restore your smile to the fullest with exceptional restorative dentistry in Winfield, KS!

Why Choose David C. Parsons DDS for Restorative Dentistry?

  • Personalized Restorations Customized to Your Exact Needs
  • Long-Term Dental Team That’s Been Serving Winfield for Decades
  • Durable, Natural-Looking Dental Ceramics Utilized

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Dentist checking patien's tooth colored filling during restorative dentistry visit

Unlike silver amalgam fillings, tooth-colored fillings use composite resin to repair damaged teeth. Not only is this material easier to mold inside of teeth (as well as custom-shade to your existing tooth’s enamel), but it also does not come with the setbacks that metal fillings do. For example, significant temperature changes when consuming hot or cold foods will not influence composite resin like they can for metal fillings. On average, they can last about seven years with proactive oral hygiene.

Dental Crowns

Custom dental crown resting on a fingtertip

One of the most versatile restorative treatments are dental crowns, and for good reason. Crowns are personalized to look natural in your smile and prevent the further breakdown of a damaged tooth. Whether your tooth has suffered cavities or forced trauma that left it cracked, a crown can give its functionality back and be designed to look like it was always a part of your smile. They are also used to create complex tooth replacements like dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants.