When a patient’s smile isn’t at its best because of infection, decay, injuries, or other similar causes, Dr. McConnell and the team at Legacy Family Dental are here to assist them without fail. We offer several services that can bring back much-needed health, structure, and function to teeth or even replace teeth that have unfortunately been lost. We also take continuing education courses every year in order to stay up-to-date with the latest procedures in dentistry. If you are struggling, don’t wait – contact our Plano, TX location today to schedule an appointment.
Dental crowns and bridges are some of the most common services in dentistry, and Dr. McConnell regularly recommends them when a patient has one or more teeth that is struggling to remain functional. Crowns can repair the shape and durability of a natural tooth, while bridges are designed to recreate missing teeth that appear in a row. Patients can always trust our team to produce capable, personalized improvements that fit right in with their smile.
Cavities are one of the most common dental problems that a patient will experience over the course of their life, and our Plano team will want to address the damage as soon as possible with a tooth-colored filling. Unlike traditional amalgam, tooth-colored fillings are made of composite resin and designed to provide a very close aesthetic match with your natural tooth. The lack of metals also means that they’re more comfortable and won’t have strong reactions to hot and cold temperatures.
If you’re in need of a new dental crown but simply don’t have the time to attend multiple appointments, you are in luck – Legacy Family Dental has invested in state-of-the-art E4D technology in order to streamline the restorative process. Dr. McConnell will capture impressions, design and mill the new, custom-made crown with advanced CAD/CAM software, and then place the finished product within your smile. All of these steps take place over a single appointment, and the quality is still maintained at a very high level for the sake of our patients.