Have you recently lost one or more teeth? If you have embarrassing gaps in your smile, then we can help with a custom-made dental prosthetic. How does a dental bridge replace lost teeth? How do we create a lifelike prosthetic?
When a tooth requires restoration, whether due to damage or decay, we can help with a lifelike dental crown. We custom-make our restorations to ensure a natural appearance and comfortable fit. How do we create our crowns? What should you expect from the process, and the results?
As dental professionals, we strive to help our patients hold onto their natural teeth. However, in some cases ensuring a healthy smile means actually removing a tooth. When is an extraction right for your smile? What does the procedure involve?
A dental injury, or an advanced cavity, can put you in jeopardy of losing your tooth, and you could find yourself experiencing further troubles. Any problem that leads to internal tooth trouble should be taken seriously. Your tooth is supported by living tissue, and harm to that tissue could kill the tooth, which would require its extraction. It is also possible for an infection in your tooth to continue spreading by traveling through your root, and creating new problems. When you are struggling because of an internal tooth issue, your dentist can perform a root canal treatment. This restorative dental procedure can stop a problem that might do irreversible harm to your tooth, and cause further trouble for your health. (more…)
Are you taking advantage of professional preventive dental care, or are you only relying on your daily care to protect you against cavities and gum disease? Those at-home habits are certainly important – after all, your teeth face threats on a daily basis, so they need daily support. With that said, your smile benefits when you take advantage of preventive care. Routine checkups with your dentist offer an important degree of protection and support for your oral health. These visits can help ensure that you receive prompt treatment when something is wrong, while also making it easier for you to keep your mouth in great shape. (more…)
Porcelain veneers can create exciting possibilities when it comes to improving your smile. With a single procedure, you can look forward to a smile that looks brighter, while also targeting concerns you may have about the condition, shape, or position of teeth. While this cosmetic dental treatment can offer big changes, you may have questions that will dampen your potential interest. Your dentist is able to discuss your eligibility, and they can walk you through what to expect from this treatment, when you schedule a consultation. At the end of the discussion, you can see how veneers might be able to transform how you look. (more…)
By placing a sturdy, life-like restoration on your dental implant, your dentist can make sure your prosthetic dental experience is a terrific one. Your dentist can be an important person in your work to rebuild your smile. While your implant placement will be performed by a trusted oral surgeon, your dentist can provide you with an oral health review, to make sure you are a good candidate. Once this takes place, and your implant has the proper time to heal, they can provide you with the visible restoration that will help your smile look natural, and complete. This advanced method of addressing tooth loss can be beneficial for a patient with a single missing tooth, and it can help when you need to do more advanced prosthetic work. (more…)
Our teeth are built to be remarkably durable, but unfortunately, “durable” does not mean invincible. You can suffer a chipped tooth after a physical injury, or after biting down on something unexpectedly solid. Patients who grind their teeth at night can suffer small amounts of wear and tear, but you can grind with enough force to cause larger chips or cracks. Dental damage can have an embarrassing effect on your appearance. That self-consciousness can motivate people to see their dentist for cosmetic dental work. What you should know is that in addition to affecting how you look, a dental injury can lead to oral health problems that may make restorative dental work necessary. (more…)
When you understand how much harm a cavity can cause you, it can be easy to see why dentists are always warning you about the importance of good smile care. Our teeth face a serious risk of damage from harmful oral bacteria. After feeding on sugar, those bacteria release destructive acids, and eventually those acids will cause a level of decay that is irreversible. If too much time passes, your cavity will grow until the living tissue within your tooth is affected. You can potentially lose your tooth, and face additional health problems, if treatment is not provided in time! Fortunately, by performing the appropriate restorative dental treatment, your dentist can put an end to your concerns, and protect you from harm. Because your dentist offers modern, appearance-friendly restorations, you can leave treatment feeling great about your oral health, and still feeling confident in your smile. (more…)
Why is professional dental care so important for younger patients? To be fair, routine dental checkups should be enjoyed by patients of all ages, not just children. That being said, there are several particular benefits for kids when they go in for regular appointments. Your dentist will provide a careful review of their oral health, and keep watch for any signs of tooth decay, gum disease, or other common problems. Because your child is still developing, they will also check on their oral structures, and stay alert for any issues that might need to be corrected. In addition to these services, your dentist also helps your child by instructing them on how to practice better oral care at home. (more…)