Your smile is something that can remain shimmering, healthy, and in one piece for many years to come, particularly if you remain dedicated to preventive care. However, even patients who are painstakingly committed to daily brushing, flossing, and showing up to their dental cleanings and checkups once every six months can find themselves in need of repairs. Why? Well, your teeth are made of bone tissue that is susceptible to a variety of problems, which can include sudden injury or damage as the result of common culprits like tooth decay. Don’t worry, we can repair your mouth and oral health with restorative dentistry. Ready to discover more? Read ahead:

Address Decay

Has tooth decay gotten the best of you? If so, plaque has eaten away at your tooth tissue, leaving a hole in its wake. We will address this problem with a dental filling. After we numb your tooth and remove the decayed tissue, we will fill the opening with composite – a color-customizable substance – so your tooth looks good as new.

Replace Missing Teeth

Perhaps you have suffered from tooth loss. Problems like gum disease may result in this issue. However, a long list of other contributors may result in an open space in your mouth. Whatever the cause, we offer prosthetics to complete your smile. This may include dental bridges, which replace one tooth or up to three teeth in a row. We also offer full dentures to complete an arch suffering from total tooth loss or partial dentures to address mild to severe tooth loss. Looking for exceptional stability? Dental implants may offer the solution you desire.

Address Damage

Recovering from a treated tooth infection can result in a damaged, weak tooth. You may sustain injuries from severe tooth decay or a strong impact. We can restore the structure of your tooth, the function, and the beauty with a dental crown, which provides full coverage.

Clear Infection

Is your tooth infected? No problem. We offer comfortable root canal treatment to clear the infection, remove the infected pulp, re-seal, cover, and heal your tooth.


Dr. Jones and Dr. Harris of Mansfield Dental Associates rely upon their years of experience, training, and cutting-edge technology to offer patients expert dental care at each and every visit. They listen to each patient’s concerns and offer gentle, informative guidance about future treatments. If you would like to schedule a consultation, call 817-473-6227. Dr. Jones and Dr. Harris proudly treat patients from Mansfield, South Arlington, Kennedale, Southeast Ft. Worth, Alvarado, Midlothian and neighboring areas.