Restorative Dentistry in Tyler

If you have one or more missing or damaged teeth in Tyler, TX, Prime Dental is here for you. Dr. Vishal Kulkarni (Dr. V) has years of experience, and our team offers a full suite of restorative dentistry treatments in Tyler.

Schedule Now
Restorative Dentistry in Tyler

What Is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is concerned with repairing damaged teeth, replacing missing teeth, and restoring your smile. With restorative dentistry from Prime Dental, you can restore the natural appearance and functionality of your teeth after dental trauma or oral health problems like cavities, tooth infections, gum disease, and more. Contact us today to schedule a consultation, explore your options, and take the first steps toward restoring your smile.

Restorative Dentistry at Prime Dental in Tyler

Did you know…

tooth icon

Dental issues can become more severe and costly the longer you wait to treat them.

Ready to schedule your appointment?

Call (903) 710-1779 today!

Differentiator Heading

This is the differentiator paragraph copy. This is the differentiator paragraph copy. This is the differentiator paragraph copy. This is the differentiator paragraph copy.

Before Image
No items found.

No items found.

Request Information

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
dark grey x mark
Call (903) 710-1779 today!

Before & After

A smile is worth 1,000 words.

See real patient success stories.

Service Before ImageService After Image

No items found.

Type of Restorative Dentistry

tooth cleaning icon

Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are the best way to repair decayed teeth. If you have one or more cavities, Dr. V will typically recommend composite fillings. These fillings are made from a durable, strong, and natural-looking blend of dental resin and glass particles. With a filling, you can halt the progression of tooth decay, restore your smile, and treat tooth sensitivity.

tooth cleaning icon

Root Canal Therapy

With a root canal, you can save an infected tooth. Tooth infections are typically either caused by extensive, untreated tooth decay that damages the outer layer of a tooth, or by dental trauma that seriously cracks or damages a tooth. In this procedure, Dr. V will open up your tooth, clean out the inside, fill up the tooth, and cover it with a dental crown. This treats the infection, preserves your tooth, and also eliminates painful toothaches.

tooth cleaning icon

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns or “caps” are tooth-shaped shells of porcelain. They are designed to fit over your natural tooth, replacing it all the way down to your gum line. Porcelain dental crowns are matched to the color of your teeth, and they look, feel, and function just like a “real” tooth. Crowns are usually recommended to treat deep cavities, to repair cracked and damaged teeth, and to protect teeth after root canal therapy.

tooth cleaning icon

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge uses two crowns that attach to healthy “abutment teeth” on either side of a gap in your smile. Between these crowns, one or more “pontics” (false teeth) are suspended, “bridging” the gap. Bridges are usually used to treat a row of 1-2 missing teeth. They're a convenient and natural-looking option for anyone who is missing one or more of their natural teeth.

tooth cleaning icon


Dentures are a very cost-effective way to replace your missing teeth. Partial dentures are built to replace several missing teeth, and consist of multiple false teeth that are built into a metal and plastic framework. This framework snaps onto your remaining teeth, holding your partial dentures in place.

Full dentures are a bit different. They replace the upper, lower, or both rows of teeth with a full set of natural-looking, functional false teeth. Full dentures require you to have all of your remaining teeth extracted, even if they're healthy. Because of this, they are usually only recommended if you have extensive oral health issues.

Schedule Today

We can't wait to see you!

Request appointment

Frequently Asked Questions

Most dental insurance policies offer at least partial coverage for some common restorative dentistry treatments like root canals and dentures. However, this varies depending on your policy and your insurer. We recommend consulting with your insurer or your policy directly to check your coverage.

Ready to Get Started?

Let’s Elevate Your Experience

Request an Appointment