The Art of Fixing Bad Dental Work


When patients receive inferior dental work, the results can often create even further complications beyond the original issue. At Just Wright Dental Surgery Center, we understand the discomfort and frustration that comes with bad dental work, and we’re highly experienced in correcting subpar restorations and results. By fixing bad dental work, we can help you regain your confidence and the joy of a healthy, beautiful, and youthful smile!

The Dangers of Faulty Restoration

Common dental restorations, such as fillings, crowns, and even dental implants, are designed to restore smiles while preventing problems from progressing. In the case of dental implants, your restoration fills the gaps in your smile left by missing teeth while helping you prevent facial collapse and further tooth loss. When a dental filling or crown fails, the tooth that it was meant to protect can suffer further damage or more extensive tooth decay, requiring a more comprehensive restoration to fix. When an implant fails, it means that your replacement tooth will need to be removed and replaced to avoid damage to your jawbone, periodontal tissues, and the structures of your surrounding teeth.

High-Quality Dental Restoration

At Just Wright Dental Center, our patients are like family, and we provide the same level of personalized, high-quality care to everyone. Before discussing a treatment plan, Dr. Wright will begin with a one-on-one consultation and comprehensive examination to create a baseline of your current concerns. Based on your personal needs and preferences, your treatment plan will be designed to fix any bad dental work that is present and restore your smile’s health, beauty, and function in an effective, minimally invasive manner.

Ask Dr. Wright About Fixing Your Bad Dental Work

If you’re unhappy with the results of bad dental work, or if a previous restoration fails, then learn how we can fix it to improve your smile and quality of life. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Wright by calling Just Wright Dental Surgery Center in Waxahachie, TX, today at (469) 732-1987.