Restorative Dental Care in Corinth, MS
You don’t have to deal with damaged, painful, or missing teeth. Dental Arts of Corinth offers restorative dental care for a wide variety of needs. We can help you find the best option to get you back to the days of a healthy smile!
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Restore the function and appearance of a damaged tooth. We use computer-assisted dentistry to provide custom, natural-looking dental crowns in just one visit, rather than over the course of multiple appointments.
Replace multiple teeth with dentures that look and fit great. Whether you have all the teeth in your upper or lower jaw missing or just have many teeth missing in a row, we can design dentures that’ll give you back a full smile.
Enjoy the next best thing to real teeth with dental implants. We fabricate dental implants restorations to blend in with your surrounding teeth. They’re also made to be durable and feel like a natural tooth.
Prevent damage from tooth decay with subtle, tooth-colored fillings. We place composite fillings, which match the shade of your natural tooth, compared to noticeable silver fillings.
Find relief from severe tooth pain and save your tooth. Root canal therapy may seem intimidating but it’s a safe, common procedure that actually alleviates the toothache and even decreases the likelihood of you losing your tooth.
We only resort to tooth extractions if we’ve considered all other restorative options first. Sometimes leaving a tooth in will cause further serious damage, such as crowding or infection, and an extraction is deemed the best course of action.
Manage and treat pain in your jaw joints and muscles, also known as temporomandibular joint disorder. We can diagnose the cause of your specific symptoms and offer personalized treatment solutions.
Get the help you need, when you need it. We provide same-day emergency care for cracked or chipped teeth, severe toothaches, knocked-out teeth, lost crowns, broken dentures, and other urgent cases.