Smile Restoration

Smile Restoration services offered in San Antonio, TX

Smile Restoration

If you have imperfect or missing teeth or a misaligned bite, the dental specialists at Reality Bites Dental in San Antonio, Texas, are here for you. Kathleen Torres, DDS, Marii Malagayo, DDS, and their highly trained team offer cutting-edge smile restoration solutions to create flawless, gorgeous, functional smiles. Schedule an evaluation by phone or request one online today to get started. 

Smile Restoration Q & A

What is smile restoration?

Smile restoration at Reality Bites Dental involves one or more family dentistry, restorative, or cosmetic dental services. It sometimes consists of complete full-mouth rehabilitation or other procedures that perfect the look and function of your smile. Your dentist tailors each treatment to your needs, goals, treatment preferences, and lifestyle.


Which smile restoration services are available?

Reality Bites Dental offers the following smile restoration services:

  • Professional teeth cleanings
  • Gum disease treatments
  • Botox®
  • All-on-4® dentures
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Dental bridges
  • Crowns
  • Gum graft surgery
  • Dental bonding
  • Resin infiltration to reduce white spots
  • Laser treatments
  • Dental veneers
  • Teeth whitening
  • Orthodontic treatments
  • Root canals
  • Extractions 
  • Emergency dentistry 
  • Invisalign®
  • Dental implants
  • Full-mouth rehabilitation 

Full-mouth rehabilitation at Reality Bites Dental includes a personalized treatment that completely transforms your entire smile using multiple methods. 


What are All-on-4 dentures?

All-on-4 dentures replace your natural teeth with dentures supported by four dental implants on the top and four on the bottom of your mouth. Your dentist inserts the implants into your jawbone during a minor dental procedure.


What are the benefits of smile restoration?

The advantages you can expect by choosing smile restoration at Reality Bites Dental include teeth that are:

  • Whiter 
  • Brighter
  • Straighter
  • More beautiful 
  • Less gapped
  • Stronger
  • Even-shaped
  • Larger 

Smile restoration enhances the appearance of your gums (including your gumline), perfects your bite, and replaces missing or severely damaged teeth to create flawless beauty. 


Is smile restoration right for me?

Smile restoration is an exceptional solution for anyone unhappy with the appearance of their teeth or the overall appearance of their smile. 

To determine which treatments are best, the Reality Bites Dental team discusses your medical history, reviews your goals and lifestyle, and examines your gums and teeth. They take dental X-rays if needed before customizing a treatment plan. 


What can I expect during smile restoration?

What to expect during smile restoration varies from patient to patient. Your dentist may use whitening gel to make your teeth multiple shades whiter, straighten crooked teeth using aligners, bond veneers to the surface of your teeth, or complete dental surgery to replace your natural teeth with dental implants and crowns, bridges, or dentures.

They use a creative eye to create the flattering smile of your dreams. You might require more than one dental visit to achieve your goals.


Schedule a smile restoration consultation at Reality Bites Dental by phone or request one online today.

Restorative Care

what to expect


Exam and Diagnosis

The first step is always the hardest. After scheduling an appointment with the team at Reality Bites Dental, we will perform a comprehensive oral exam to diagnose the extent of your oral health issues and discuss your oral health goals.

Custom Treatment Plan

The team at Reality Bites Dental will discuss your options for restoring your smile and your oral health. We’ll work together to tailor a treatment plan to restore your oral health while fitting your schedule and your budget, too.

Restoring your Smile

We love what we do. Visit our team to let us show you our passion for making beautiful healthy smiles. 

Dental Crowns

what to expect


Prep and Scanning

Preparing your tooth for a crown involves reshaping it to ensure a solid base for your crown. Then, we’ll take a 3D scan of your mouth.

Building your Crown

Don’t worry about the downtime. You’ll leave in a temporary crown while we communicate with our preferred local dental lab to design your new crown using your 3D scan. This usually takes 2-3 weeks.

Final Crown Placement

When your permanent crown is ready, we’ll remove your temporary, check the fit of your permanent crown, then bond it in place, completing the procedure.
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