Rebuilding & Strengthening Damaged & Decayed Teeth

Young boy in plaid shirt smiling after restorative dentistry for kids

The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research estimates that 42 percent of children between two and 11 develop cavities in their baby teeth, while 21 percent between six and 11 develop cavities in their adult teeth. Decay and dental damage are two of the most common needs for restorative dental treatments, like tooth-colored fillings and dental crowns. Our Trinity Pediatric Dentistry team can help rebuild and protect your child’s impacted pearly whites with painless and fast restorative dental treatment for kids in Fort Worth, so call us today!

Why Choose Trinity Pediatric Dentistry for Kid’s Restorative Dental Care?

  • Same-Day & After-Hours Emergency Dentistry
  • Safe Children’s Dental Sedation Available
  • We Accept & Maximize Dental Insurance

Dental Crowns

Illustrated dental crown being fitted over a tooth

Whether you’re a child or an adult, having a noticeable dental restoration that lets the world know that a tooth has been damaged by decay or an accident doesn’t spark a lot of confidence in social settings. That’s why Dr. Thorburn offers dental crowns, like zirconia and white ones, crafted from durable materials that offer the best in both protection and aesthetics. That way, your child can smile with confidence while striking up conversations on the playground and making new friends.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Illustrated close up of tooth with barely noticeable tooth colored filling

Cavities are one of the greatest threats to children’s smiles, but fortunately, even if we spot one, we offer effective and quick treatment with tooth-colored fillings. Using a biocompatible material called composite resin, Dr. Thorburn can rebuild the tooth’s structure after removing any erosion and sanitizing the area. It’s tight seal and durability will allow your little one to continue using their teeth like they naturally would.

Direct Bonding

Young boy smiling in dental chair

Direct bonding can solve both cosmetic and restorative dental problems by repairing damaged and chipped teeth. Using a biocompatible material called composite resin (the same one we use to treat cavities), Dr. Thorburn can rebuild the missing or broken-off portion of a tooth. This will repair its natural appearance as well as seal off the inner portion of the tooth from the threat of harmful oral bacteria and infection. As an added benefit, the process is minimally invasive and can be completed in a single visit.