McKinney Restorative Dentistry
Full Mouth Rejuvenation
Dental Implants, Dentures & More
Apollo Dental is a dental office in McKinney, TX that specializes in the restoration of smiles. Our area of expertise is treating patients who have suffered years of discomfort with their oral health. The diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical implant placement, provision of restorations and maintenance are all completed at our McKinney location. This allows patients to save money and be in the same care for the entire treatment.
Our experienced front team will create a consistent, seamless experience for all of our patients. Great communication skills are highly valued in our office at every level of the dental experience, from discussing treatment plans and alternatives with the doctors to explaining the sequencing and timing of treatments.
Smile Restoration Procedures:
Dental implants are a fantastic procedure for missing tooth replacement. Implants are a popular choice over dental bridges for single tooth replacement, as they can help prevent bone and gum loss due to the missing tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace one missing tooth, multiple missing teeth or for full mouth rejuvenation.
While dental implants are the gold standard for tooth replacement, they are not always an option for every patient. With new and improved technology dentures are much more comfortable than they were in the past. If you are missing all or most of your teeth, dentures could prove to be a great option. Whether you are in need of a partial or a complete set, our McKinney dental office has you covered.
Dental bridges are used to replace multiple missing teeth in a row. Traditional bridges are generally a composite that is attached as a crown between the two adjoining teeth. Implant supported bridges may be the best choice for a bridge, when there are multiple missing teeth. They may also be the best solution for missing molars, as some times pressure or grinding can cause alternatives to become loose or fail. Each patient would be evaluated on a case by case basis.
Repairing badly worn, decayed, chipped or cracked teeth with dental crowns has become more efficient and less timely than it was in the past. A dental crown procedure typically means two visits to the dental office. A first visit for prepping the tooth and taking impressions, and a second visit for placement of the new crown.