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For more information about our office and services, please visit the following pages:For all your dental care needs, Restoration Dental is here to bring a healthy smile to you and to your family with a modern touch. we place emphasis on preventive care via regular periodical checkups and clean ups to make sure your smile stays healthy.

To help you make a well informed decision, we help educate you on what your treatment should consist of.

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Restoration Dental is always a pleasant visit, the staff is amazing! I always look forward to my visits, Dr. Kye and Annie are the absolute best at what they do.

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The Answers To Your Questions About Dental Implants

The Answers To Your Questions About Dental Implants

11/9/2021

Are you very interested in the placement of dental implants? Would you also like to have questions answered before planning this technique to improve your quality of life and the beauty of your smile? That’s good. We have grouped here simple answers to questions from patients like you, who have opted for dental implants with prostheses.

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How To Handle The Phenomenon Of Stains On Teeth

How To Handle The Phenomenon Of Stains On Teeth

11/9/2021

A tooth contains different layers: the vital part, dentin, and enamel. Two layers are present on the outside of the tooth, on the outside. First, there is dentin and then completely outside, enamel. These layers each have their natural color, and in general, the teeth are darker and darker as the years go by.

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Techniques Used In Orthodontic Extrusion

Techniques Used In Orthodontic Extrusion

11/9/2021

Depending on the clinical conditions encountered, several extrusion methods can be used. There multiple Mechanical strategies for orthodontic extrusion which allow to control the applied forces. One technique is to place orthodontic cases to the buccal aspect of the adjacent teeth of the tooth to be extruded, in a passive position that does not cause orthodontic movement of the anchoring teeth.

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Interaction Of Orthodontics With Other Dental Studies

Interaction Of Orthodontics With Other Dental Studies

11/9/2021

Resembling the other physical health issues, over the past few years an increase is observed in the number of people with assorted dental problems. The assortment of these problems is on the basis of their complexity and what dental disciplines are required for the treatment. Caries, temporomandibular disorders, dental trauma, malocclusions, edentulous sites, or periodontal diseases are a few dental issues that people have and in combination as well in many cases. A proper diagnosis of these problems is most important as it determines the best possible treatment, required clinical facilities, and the people involved in the treatment; a single clinician, specialists or a collaborative team of both. This article outlines the possibilities available in orthodontic curative for combined dental work that people go through and the significance of collaborative teamwork among the orthodontists and general dentists during the course of treatment.

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Pediatric Odontology

Pediatric Odontology

11/9/2021

A dentist can reserve his activity for pediatric care, that is to say for the care of children. Some experienced dentists deal exclusively with pediatric care in the dental office, from birth to about 12 years of age. Indeed, dental care is usually seen as restrictive, painful and scary. In everyone’s mind, the first word associated with dental care is “unpleasant.” The care of children in our office is adapted from an early age to their capacity for understanding and cooperation so that all children can have good contact with dental care.

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Can Dental Cleanings Damage Enamel?

Can Dental Cleanings Damage Enamel?

11/10/2021

Dental cleanings are integral part of our oral health, and are typically recommended twice a year. Keeping our teeth and gums free and clear of harmful bacteria is important. At Restoration Dental, our team is proud to offer general dental treatments like dental cleanings in San Antonio, TX. We strive to provide quality services for our patients, and always make sure our patients are relaxed and comfortable during their visit. However, some patients have asked us if having their teeth cleaned regularly can damage the enamel on our teeth. We hope that this article can help address this common concern.

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Address

9820 Braun Rd Suite #102
San Antonio, TX 78254

Hours

Monday
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday   
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Thursday           
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Friday               
 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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frontdesk@restorationdentalSA.com
American Dental Association
Private Dentistry Award 2016 Winner - Best Young Dentist North
International Congress of Oral Implantologists
Academy of General Dentistry
American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry