We use crowns for a variety of reasons, as they can return a tooth to full function, health and even appearance. But as a patient, what should you expect from the placement process? How do we place crowns and can we make sure they blend with your smile?
If you have a cavity, then you need treatment to avoid complications, such as a dental infection. Fortunately, we can treat tooth decay using restorative care, such as filling or a crown. Find out how we provide lifelike dental restorations to stop the spread of decay in a tooth.
When you develop pain or if an injury occurs in the teeth or gums, then you have a dental emergency. You should see the dentist as soon as possible. If the issue is potentially life threatening, then you should proceed to the nearest emergency room. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how you should respond to common dental emergency situations.
Once again, we’re going to take a little break from our informative dental blog posts to take a look at our community. We’re lucky to serve residents of Astoria and surrounding communities. For that reason, we like to occasionally blog about events taking place in the community and let our readers and patients know about them. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at a screen printing workshop, a pottery wheel class, and more!
What happens when a tooth becomes broken or cracked? Damage can mean a greater risk of tooth decay and infection, as the sensitive inner tooth structure is exposed to harmful bacteria. Fortunately, we can fix a damaged tooth with cosmetic and restorative treatments, sometimes even in a single sitting.
Did you have a great New Year’s Eve? We certainly did, and now that 2017 is behind us, we can focus on 2018. In the coming year, you can take steps to help you enjoy a healthier (and more beautiful) smile. Make 2018 the year you enjoy your healthiest smile.
We’re abut to start a brand-new year! To celebrate 2018, why not see what fun events are taking place in Astoria? There is always something happening for residents of all ages. In addition, don’t forget that your new insurance benefits will be kicking in soon, so make your first visit of the year in January.
Do you often experience a popping or clicking sensation in your jaw? If so, this could the result of a common oral health issue known as TMJ disorder, also referred to as TMD. Fortunately, we can diagnose the issue by examining your smile. We can then recommend comfortably and minimally invasive treatment options!
The end of 2017 is just two weeks away! With a new year on the horizon, now is a chance to get 2018 started on the right foot, for your smile at least. Why not start with a checkup and cleaning in 2018? In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the importance of routine checkups and cleanings!
Has your significant other recently told you that you grind your teeth? While the issue can come and go, persistent teeth grinding may mean you suffer from bruxism, a serious oral health concern. Fortunately, we can diagnose the presence of bruxism and recommend treatment to help you stop grinding your teeth.