Last week, we took a look at how a filling can repair a decayed tooth. However, in some cases a filling just isn’t substantial enough to repair a tooth. We can often place a custom-made dental crown to repair damaged teeth or address decay or infection. What can you expect from a crown placement?
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If you have tooth decay, then treatment is needed to avoid serious complications. Nearly everyone will develop a cavity at some point in their lives, fortunately we can provide lifelike and strong restorations to address the problem. Are you ready for a cavity treatment?
We’ve looked at bridges and dentures, but what about implants? These offer the most secure and long-lasting solution to tooth loss, with some lasting for decades and others a lifetime. What does the placement process entail? How do you restore dental implants to ensure they blend with the smile?
While a single tooth dental implant and a dental bridge can address minor tooth loss, such as the loss of one to three teeth, often we encounter more serious cases of advanced tooth loss. If a patient is missing most, or all, of their teeth, we can recommend a full or partial dental prosthetic. Do… Read more »
Have you recently lost one or more teeth? Tooth loss can mean embarrassing gaps in your smile. However, without treatment the missing teeth can also lead to serious complications, such as a greater risk of misalignment forming. Are you ready to try addressing your tooth loss with a fixed dental bridge?
Despite an unwarranted reputation that says otherwise, root canals are a safe, comfortable, and very important procedure. We use them to actually save teeth, protecting them becoming lost or requiring extraction. How does a root canal actually save our teeth?
When a tooth becomes damaged or develops an oral health issue, such as decay or infection, then a restoration is needed. Otherwise, the risk of discomfort or losing the tooth increases. Fortunately, we can create and place a lifelike dental crown, improving your smile in as little as two visits.
When a cavity forms you need treatment. Otherwise, your toothache and minor decay could soon lead to more severe pain and a dental infection. Often, we correct the issue by placing a dental filling to return the tooth to full function and health. How do we place a dental filling?
Let’s say you’re involved in a sports injury, or you bit down on a particularly hard piece of food. You then feel some pain and find out you managed to chip or even break your tooth. Now what? Fortunately, we can use dental restorations to fix a broken tooth and protect your smile from oral… Read more »
As we’ve discussed before, tooth loss can lead to serious issues with your oral health, impacting your appearance as well as your ability to eat and speak. For a more lifelike and longer lasting solution than removable dentures or traditional bridges, we may prescribe a dental implant. We can create natural looking restorations to complete… Read more »