Much of today’s dental care promises you a better looking smile. Few promise to restore and protect your natural teeth.
At Mosaic Dental, we believe your oral health is just as important as your smile.
When you leave our Tyler dentist, you’ll not only feel more secure about your smile. You’ll also be confident that your teeth are stronger and healthier than when you walked in.
Routine dental cleanings are important to maintaining good oral hygiene. Professional cleaning by a hygienist can remove mineralized plaque that may develop even with careful brushing and flossing.
Routine dental exams are important to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. They also help avoid financial costs associated with large treatment plans later on.
Our pediatric dentist will make your child feel relaxed. Our little patients have fun at their appointments.
We use minimally invasive techniques that preserve as much healthy tooth structure as possible.
Dental veneers are thin custom made shells that cover the front surface of your tooth to improve their appearance. They are made of tooth colored materials and can be used to improve the color of teeth that have been worn down or stained.
Dental inlays and onlays are a more conservative approach to tooth restoration than full crowns. They are used to repair rear teeth that have mild to moderate tooth decay, or for cracked teeth where the damage does not warrant a dental crown.
A dental extraction is the procedure to remove a tooth. A dental extraction is most commonly required if one of your teeth is damaged beyond practical repair.
What is Invisalign®? Invisalign® is a way to straighten your teeth without braces. Invisalign® is also referred to by many people as Invisible Braces, Clear Braces, Adult Braces, etc.
“Dr. Gillespie is always searching for… minimally-invasive ways to heal and fix teeth. His method of treating cavities is a night and day difference from any other dentist I’ve ever been to!”
- Joanna Alders
“I have a beautiful smile again… [Mosaic] dental care has changed my life forever!“
- James Johnson
“I was scared of the Dentist. They truly went the extra mile to make sure that I was comfortable, & made the procedure (2 teeth were extracted...) almost completely painless.”
- Ms. Miller
If bacteria spreads at a dental office, the water lines are often to blame. Rather than water from the tap, we use a quadruple filtration system and ozonate our water lines to prevent the spread of diseases.
Our tools are tested by a third party that provides monthly comprehensive dental monitoring. These tests are called spore tests. They help ensure every tool we say is sterile… really is.Request appointment