Contact Us to Renew Your Oral Health

5814 N Jupiter Rd., Suite 199 Garland, TX 75044

Phone: 469.969.0149

We are ready to provide the outstanding, personalized restorative care you deserve. Contact Hue Dental, PLLC, to schedule your first appointment.

A Full Range of Restorative Dentistry Treatments Using Advanced Techniques and Materials

Dr. Nghi Tran, DDS, FAGD, FICOI, offers a full range of restorative dentistry treatments. Whether you are suffering from a cavity or you are missing all of your teeth, we have a procedure to meet your needs. At Hue Dental, PLLC, we utilize the latest technology, including digital x-rays and CT scans. In this way, we can create an accurate, one-of-a-kind treatment plan that is tailored to your needs. We also partner with an outstanding lab. The skilled technicians at this facility use advanced materials to create lifelike crowns and implant-supported restorations. Thanks to our skill and commitment to the latest innovations in dentistry, you will enjoy improved dental health and a more beautiful smile.

Dental Crowns to Repair Severely Damaged Teeth

Dental crowns are one of the most common restorative treatments because they can perform many different functions. Crowns are tooth-shaped “caps,” made to match the shape and color of your other teeth. A crown will completely cover your tooth, strengthening the outer walls and repairing structural damage. If you have a cracked, severely decayed, weakened, or worn tooth, a crown may be appropriate.

At Hue Dental, we offer crowns made from many different materials. Metal and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns are very strong, and they will somewhat blend in with your smile. We recommend tooth-colored ceramic, zirconia, or IPS e.max® (lithium disilicate) if aesthetics are a major concern.

Tooth-Colored Fillings for a Lifelike Appearance

Fillings are another frequently performed restorative treatment, and they are the most common option to repair dental decay. A filling will strengthen your tooth and, at the same time, seal it so that bacteria cannot get back inside. For many years, fillings were always made of metal. Eventually this material would show through teeth, giving patients unsightly, gray smiles. Today, we only offer tooth-colored composite fillings. Composite will harmonize with your smile, and it will also bond more securely with your tooth.

Options to Replace Missing Teeth

If you are missing one or more teeth, implants can uphold a secure restoration that will be virtually identical to your natural teeth. Dr. Tran is an experienced implant dentist and a Fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists. With his vast expertise, he can both place and restore dental implants.

If you do not qualify for oral surgery, or if you are watching your budget, a dental bridge can also be a good way to replace missing teeth. A bridge is made of several attached crowns, and it will attach to your nearby healthy teeth. If you are missing a large number of teeth, you may benefit from dentures. We offer several types of dentures, including full, partial, and implant-supported varieties. Often, you can receive implant-supported dentures in just one day, thanks to the innovative All-on-4® method.

Root Canals to Treat Dental Infection

A root canal will typically be the most effective way to treat dental infection and restore your smile. During this treatment, your dentist will clean out the inside of your tooth and root canals. To restore the function and appearance of your tooth, he will then top it with a custom-made crown.

Root canal therapy has a reputation for being very unpleasant. However, at Hue Dental, we use gentle techniques and a powerful local anesthetic. Therefore, most patients find that the procedure involves negligible discomfort.

Orthodontics to Straighten Your Smile

Misaligned teeth can increase your risk for dental decay, bruxism, and TMJ Disorder. Therefore, orthodontic treatment can have tremendous benefits, affecting both your appearance and your long-term dental health. If we determine that you would benefit from braces, we will refer you to an experienced orthodontist for care.