Restorative Dentistry Rebuilds Your Smile in Odessa
Dr. Steve W. Cobb and the rest of our team strongly believe in the essential value of preventive dental care, but we also understand that dental injuries and damage can still occur over the course of one’s life for one reason or another. If you’re currently struggling with a smile that isn’t at its very best, our restorative dentistry services are designed to rebuild your oral health in a conservative and aesthetically pleasing fashion that always keeps your wellbeing right at the forefront.
Please contact our Odessa practice today to schedule your first appointment with Dr. Steve W. Cobb, or if you have any questions. During preventive dentistry appointments, we’ll inspect your teeth and gums for signs of various dental problems, including cavities, dental chips, and fractures. If we locate any of these issues, we’ll recommend the following treatment solutions:
Bonded Tooth-Colored Fillings
Crowns & Bridges
Research shows us that 178 million people in the United States have lost at least one tooth. If you’re included in that number, seek out the skilled, individualized approach you need here at Dr. Steve W. Cobb’s Odessa practice. With specialized training at both Pankey Institute in Florida and the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, he offers a level of quality and trust that can put any concerns you have about the future of your oral health and overall wellbeing to rest. Our team offers three reconstructive solutions for patients from Midland, TX and surrounding areas:
- Dental Implants – Just as your natural tooth has a root that keeps it anchored in the jawbone, a dental implant has a titanium post that provides the same revitalizing function. Dr. Steve W. Cobb works with a trusted oral surgeon to position this new tooth “root,” followed by our creation and placement of a customized restoration on top.
- Dental Bridges – If you’re missing one or more consecutive teeth, a dental bridge can provide needed stability and renewed strength. Additional dental crowns are fitted over adjacent healthy teeth as “anchors” to hold the prosthetic in place for a permanent, lifelike fit.
- Cosmetic Dentures – These specialty dentures replace missing teeth while also providing crucial support to the facial muscles, allowing patients to maintain a younger, more natural appearance. Additionally, they’re designed to restore more of a patient’s chewing ability than traditionally manufactured dentures.