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Restorative Dentistry

Touch-up or restore your smile masterpiece.

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Metal-Free Fillings

Our dentists can restore your tooth when a cavity strikes. Cavities are caused by trauma or tooth decay but can be filled in just one visit with our natural-looking restorations.

Our doctors don’t just fix your tooth but consider the cosmetic implications too. With this in mind, we are pleased to offer modern tooth-colored composite fillings that are both functional and aesthetically beautiful.

Some advantages of our metal-free fillings are:

  • Discreetly blend in with your natural smile

  • The material bonds to your tooth for more security

  • Contains fluoride to help prevent future decay

  • Durable and long-lasting

  • No unattractive metal in sight!

Your Tulsa dentists…Learn more about our dentist… use their expert skills and gentle touch when placing a filling. To begin, we will clean your tooth and removing any decay. Next, your dentist places the filling material into the affected area and shapes your filling until it matches your bite. The material is then hardened and polished for a beautiful result.

Our tooth-colored fillings are discreet restorations that help prevent future dental problems and provide a safer alternative to traditional metal fillings.

Inlays & Onlays

Inlays and onlays are used when a tooth has suffered damage too severe to repair with a traditional dental filling. These custom restorations are designed to replace any damaged section of your tooth while providing you with a beautiful and functional smile. Inlays and onlays are a great choice because they preserve your natural tooth structure – something we always aspire to achieve.

Here is the difference between an inlay and an onlay:

  • Inlays: This restoration is designed to fit inside the little points or “cusps” of your tooth

  • Onlays: This solution extends over the cusps and may include the chewing surface of your tooth

Inlays and onlays are placed over the course of two appointments. During your first visit, your restorative dentist takes impressions of your damaged tooth and sends the data to our partner lab to manufacture your restoration. In the meantime, we may give you a temporary restoration to protect your tooth.

On your second visit, we’ll fit your inlay or onlay and make any adjustments to ensure that it blends nicely into your smile. Then, your skilled dentist will bond and polish your restoration to produce a fantastic smile outcome!

Dental Bridges

Losing a tooth can have a negative impact not only on your self-confidence but also on your dental health. With this in mind, our caring team offers dental bridges as your ideal tooth replacement solution.

A dental bridge is used to replace your missing tooth and comprises of two crowns attached on either side of an artificial tooth. The crowns are attached to the teeth on either side of the gap to anchor your new tooth in place.

Your dental bridge will be custom-made in collaboration with our partner lab. Our restorative dentist in Tulsa will send impressions and specifications to the lab, who will produce the bridge using the highest quality materials. Once ready, the restoration is fitted, adjusted, and bonded into place.

Our experienced dentist will oversee the entire process to ensure your restoration fits your smile.

Dental Crowns

Beautiful, strong, and reliable dental restorations.

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The Basics

A dental crown is placed on top of your damaged tooth to protect and restore its functionality. We collaborate with our high-end dental lab to manufacture a restoration that looks and feels just like your natural tooth.

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The Benefits

Our crowns are made of durable porcelain for a more natural look. This quality material mimics the natural shade of your teeth for a more discreet result. Porcelain is also as strong and durable (if not stronger) as your natural teeth.

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The Process

Your restorative dentists in Tulsa, OK will remove all decay and take an impression of your smile, which is then sent to our partner lab for creation. Once back, your dentist will ensure the crown fits perfectly and is bonded into place.


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Unfortunately, as we age, we find ourselves at a higher risk of losing our natural teeth. At Masterpiece Smiles, we offer various styles of dentures to give your smile a second chance.

Modern dentures are designed to resemble your natural teeth down to the smallest detail. Our goal is to increase your quality of life and allow you to enjoy smiling, eating, and laughing once again.

We use custom-made acrylic dentures to enhance your natural smile and restore its natural functionality.

Here are the types of dentures we offer at Masterpiece Smiles:

Cosmetic Dentures: Four implants are placed into in your jaw to hold your new dentures into place.

Conventional Dentures: These are placed after your teeth have been extracted, and your gum tissue has healed. They sit on the gum line and provide a natural-looking smile.

Immediate Dentures: These dentures are used immediately after your teeth are extracted, allowing you to go home with a full set of teeth on the same day as your removal.

Upper Denture: This denture replaces all the missing teeth on your upper arch.

Lower Denture: This denture covers your lower arch while leaving a horseshoe space for your tongue.

In addition to the previously mentioned dentures, we also offer partials dentures for those with just a few missing teeth. All of our dentures are custom-made using state-of-the-art technology and the experts at our partner dental lab.


Extractions may seem intimidating, but often they are necessary for the good of your oral health. They are usually performed as preparation for orthodontic treatment or to keep your jawline and oral health in check.

No matter the reason for your extraction, rest assured you are in good hands. Our team will make your experience as comfortable and pain-free as possible, from start to finish.

The procedure itself is simple. It begins by numbing the area around your tooth. Next, a local anesthetic is used, and the tooth is gently rocked. When ready, the tooth is quickly extracted, and the vacated area is covered by gauze.

After removal, we’ll provide some instructions to keep your extraction site clean and healthy until your follow-up appointment.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive approach to restoring your smile’s beauty and function. It is often needed when your oral health is compromised, and multiple treatments are required.

When this is the case, your dentist will create a phased treatment plan using various reconstructive and cosmetic methods to create your dream smile.

Your full mouth reconstruction may include services, such as:

  • Extractions

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Porcelain Veneers

  • Dental Implants

  • Inlays & Onlays

  • Crowns

Our expert team has the experience and training to execute all these procedures under one roof. A full mouth reconstruction is a genuinely life-changing procedure that can only be performed by highly skilled and fully-trained dentists. Is it time you booked your smile makeover?

Implant Dentistry

Take the logical approach to long-term tooth replacement.
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If you are missing one or multiple teeth, we have incredible news! In situations like these, dental implants are the most effective, natural, and long-term solution available.

Dental implants mimic the root of your natural teeth and provide a solid foundation for various dental restorations. Your implant consists of three parts; the post, the abutment, and the restoration (i.e., dental crown, bridge, or denture).

Learn how dental implants can make a real difference in your life!

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