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Restorative Dentist in Corpus Christi

No one should have to go without great oral health. Instead, reach out to Dr. John Thompson for the skilled assistance and friendly touch you need most! Our restorative services are designed to address your needs in revitalizing, quality ways giving you back full teeth that both feel and look natural. We’ll do everything we can to keep a smile on your face throughout your appointments with jokes and casual conversation, and if you need a little extra support, your family members are welcome to join you in the treatment room. Contact our Corpus Christi, TX practice today to schedule your first appointment, or if you have any questions for our team. We love seeing new patients from Orange Grove, Alice, Robstown, Sinton, and beyond.

Crowns & Bridges

Do you have teeth that are damaged or missing altogether? Dental crowns and bridges give you a complete, healthy smile that feels great and functions just like new. Visit our crown & bridge page to learn more!

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Full & Partial Dentures

Dentures have been around for hundreds of years, and today, they’re still helping patients who’re struggling with serious tooth loss smile brighter than ever before. Depending on your personal needs, Dr. Thompson may recommend a full denture (designed to restore teeth along an entire arch) or a partial (designed to restore a certain amount of teeth along a single arch). Both of these designs are removable, which means patients easily clean them and sleep comfortably while they’re stored nearby. Are you looking for a more confident and secure fit? Implant-supported dentures are also available at our Corpus Christi practice!

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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy could be the saving grace for your badly injured or decayed teeth rescuing them from the threat of extraction and restoring their health and structure. The procedure is simple – Dr. Thompson will remove bacteria and diseased pulp from the inner chambers of your tooth, providing a safe, biocompatible substance its place before sealing the area shut to prevent further infection. Then, a custom dental crown can give the tooth back its full shape and strength.

This procedure has earned a scary reputation over the years, but our team is happy to let you know that today, it’s more comfortable than ever before. Plus, it has a high rate of success, and many treated teeth are able to last for the rest of the patient’s life!

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