Restorative Dentistry – Mansfield, TX

Rebuilding & Strengthening Smiles with High-Quality Restorations

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The World Health Organization estimates that globally, around two billion people suffer from damage to their permanent teeth caused by cavities. That’s only one type of dental damage—teeth can also become cracked, chipped, and otherwise compromised from trauma, as a result of bruxism, or for a variety of other reasons. Fortunately, if this happens, you don’t have to just accept that your smile will never look or feel the same. Our team offers natural-looking, durable restorative dentistry solutions that can repair pearly whites, so give our Mansfield dental team a call today to schedule an appointment.


Why Choose 360 Dental Lounge for Restorative Dentistry?

  • High-Quality E-MAX & Zirconia Materials Used
  • Experienced & Welcoming Dental Team
  • In-House Membership Plan Available

Dental Crowns

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Dental crowns are customized, cap-like structures designed to fit over the visible surface of damaged teeth that lie above the gumline. They’re an excellent way to strengthen and preserve teeth that have received root canal therapy, large fillings, or improve the appearance of severely misshapen teeth. Our dentists only use the highest quality materials and best dental laboratories in the area to craft their crowns, providing patients with optimal results.

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Tooth-Colored Fillings

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Cavities are among the most common dental health problems in the world, and in the past, they were addressed using amalgam fillings. This material was a compound of metals, like mercury and silver. Not only were the fillings highly noticeable, but they also caused unwanted side effects like tooth discoloration and heightened tooth sensitivity. At 360 Dental Lounge, we use biocompatible, custom-shaded tooth-colored fillings to restore the damage left by decay. It’s a safer and less invasive alternative to traditional amalgam.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

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If you want to restore the function and health of your smile, but that involves multiple treatments, then a full mouth reconstruction may be the best option for you. You’ll meet with either Dr. Bavishi or Dr. Doshi to discuss your goals and receive a thorough oral examination. Based on this, they’ll curate a customized treatment plan that they’ll walk you through to rebuild and rejuvenate your grin.