Caring for your long term smile.

Restore your confidence and your smile. Midlothian Dental Center offers a variety of restorative dentistry options to repair and preserve damaged teeth and gums. Whether you’re looking to fix an embarrassing gap in your teeth or need dental implants, our skilled dentists will work with you to make your expectations a reality.

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry repairs your natural teeth to give you a confident, healthy smile. Your dentist may suggest a treatment plan to restore teeth that are decayed, chipped, cracked, discolored or even missing. Teeth that are affected by any of these developmental or trauma-related defects can qualify for restorative care. Whether it’s a filling, crown, implant or bridge, there are several options available depending on need.

At Midlothian Dental Center, keeping your natural teeth strong and healthy, is our top priority. We want you to leave our office feeling and looking your best so you can live life with a confident smile.

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Our Procedures

Sleep Apnea

Even though 22 million Americans have sleep apnea, 80 percent of those cases are undiagnosed. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to the symptoms you may experience that could indicate you have sleep apnea, a condition that causes people to involuntarily stop breathing for 10 or more seconds throughout the night. Because these symptoms are so chronic, they can be hard to recognize. Unfortunately, many people allow them to become “their norm” when they shouldn’t be. At Midlothian Dental Center, we help treat sleeping disorders like sleep apnea, as well as chronic snoring. If you think you may not be getting the most restful sleep you can, make your appointment with us today. Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that is associated with higher risk of heart disease and stroke.

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Fillings & Crowns

If you have a silver filling, it may degrade or blacken over time. Silver fillings tend to expand, which means they sometimes damage the tooth’s structure so it no longer holds a filling. This is where Midlothian Dental Center can help by replacing your filling with a tooth-colored filling – or replacing the filling with a crown. Tooth-colored fillings are made of resin, and have a much more natural appearance than silver fillings. With a resin filling, your tooth can be made stronger than before. Crowns, also known as caps, cover the entire tooth down to the root to keep it protected. Crowns can endure heavier use, which is why they are helpful in treating decayed or broken teeth.

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We have you covered

Your smile is priceless. When it comes to your oral health we have you covered.  We work with top dental insurance providers and offer in-house financing. Learn more here.

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