Restore Your Smile

Dealing with damaged or missing teeth can impact the function of your smile and improve your self-confidence. Restorative dentistry with Dr. Bob Dalsania Family & Cosmetic Dentistry can help you get your smile shining again.

Restorative Dentistry
in Covington

Chipped, broken, cracked, or decayed teeth can seriously impact your life, but Dr. Bob offers restorative dentistry services to repair your smile and improve the look and feel of your teeth.

There are several options available in our Covington office to give you a healthier smile, including:

  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures
  • Extractions
  • Fillings
  • Oral biopsies
  • Tongue Frenectomies


Crowns from Dr. Bob restore a tooth to its default shape and size, so they're a great option to restore your dental health and smile. We’ll make an impression of your tooth and send it to a lab to ensure the crown fits properly.

A crown can provide strength and support if a tooth has excessive fillings or is chipped or cracked. Crowns are made from porcelain, zirconia, gold, or porcelain fused to metal and improve the appearance and function of damaged teeth.


If you’re suffering from an infection, a high risk of disease for a tooth, an impacted wisdom tooth, or a severely damaged tooth, you may need a tooth extraction.

Dr. Bob and his team will perform an exam and take X-rays to assess the condition of your tooth for a safe, effective procedure. We also offer various sedation options to ensure your comfort during treatment.


Dr. Bob can fill any tooth with a discreet tooth-colored filling, so you can keep your tooth healthy without feeling self-conscious. Tooth-colored fillings give you a more natural-looking way to preserve your smile.

We'll match your filling to the color of your teeth to provide a seamless, high-quality restoration that lasts for years.

Oral Biopsies

If you have a sore or lesion in your mouth that doesn't go away, Dr. Bob may recommend an oral biopsy to determine if it's cancerous or benign. Before the biopsy, we'll explain the procedure, answer any questions, and ensure you are comfortable.

During the biopsy, Dr. Bob will apply a local anesthetic to numb the area and remove a small piece of tissue with a scalpel or biopsy punch. We'll send the tissue to a laboratory where a pathologist will examine it under a microscope to determine any abnormalities.

After the biopsy, you may experience some discomfort and swelling, but this usually goes away within a few days. If the biopsy results indicate cancer or other abnormalities, Dr. Bob will work with you to develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs and preferences.

Tongue Frenectomies

A tongue, or lingual, frenectomy involves removing the band of tissue, or frenulum, that connects your tongue to the floor of your mouth. Dr. Bob uses laser therapy to perform tongue frenectomies, a quick and painless solution for patients of all ages.

With laser therapy, there is no need for anesthesia, no incisions, and no bleeding. The procedure is quick, and you won't have any downtime.

Tongue frenectomy with laser therapy can help improve speech, reduce mouth breathing, and even improve breastfeeding in infants. Dr. Bob has years of experience performing tongue frenectomies with laser therapy and is committed to providing personalized care.