Have you recently had a tooth extracted or have the procedure scheduled for the near future? If so, you might be thinking about which tooth replacement method you will choose, or maybe you are trying to decide if you even need to replace the tooth. We know that it can be tempting to leave a space where your tooth once was, especially if it is a back molar. There are many circumstances that can lead to your hesitation such as cost, procedure time, and length of recovery. We want to share the importance of putting your doubts aside, speaking with our staff, and making an informed decision about which replacement method is most beneficial to your budget and lifestyle. Replacing a tooth after extraction is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is also beneficial to your overall oral and physical health.
Does the thought of looking at your smile in the mirror make you unhappy? With this being the month of love, why not do something special for yourself and make an appointment to change your smile into something you love and are proud to show? We offer a variety of cosmetic dentistry options that will be sure to take care of any problem areas you may have. If your teeth are stained, discolored, worn, chipped, broken, misaligned, misshapen, or have gaps between them, modern cosmetic dentistry can give you a better smile. Read more to learn about your treatment options.
Your teeth are constantly being attacked by acid, sugar, and other harmful bacteria that threaten their health. They are armed, however, with a natural shield that protects your pearly whites from chemical and physical damage: the enamel.
Small imperfections such as a chipped tooth, a gap, or misshapen teeth can cause our patients to be dissatisfied with their smile. However, there is a quick and easy solution that can transform the look of your teeth and help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. Read more to find out about this treatment.
While teeth are very strong, a cracked tooth is a common condition in adults. They can crack for a variety of reasons, but the good news is there are several treatments that can save your tooth from further damage.
Have you been told that you may need to get a crown for a single tooth or multiple teeth? Perhaps it’s because you have a tooth that is broken, cracked or worn down from unknowingly grinding your teeth in your sleep. Dental crowns are also used in conjunction with other dental treatments such as to hold bridges in place or fit on top of implants, as well as to change the look and shape of a tooth for aesthetic purposes. Whatever the case may be, dental crowns are a versatile solution that help restore the look and function of your teeth in many dental applications.Have you been told that you may need to get a crown for a single tooth or multiple teeth? Perhaps it’s because you have a tooth that is broken, cracked or worn down from unknowingly grinding your teeth in your sleep. Dental crowns are also used in conjunction with other dental treatments such as to hold bridges in place or fit on top of implants, as well as to change the look and shape of a tooth for aesthetic purposes. Whatever the case may be, dental crowns are a versatile solution that help restore the look and function of your teeth in many dental applications.
Thanks to modern dentistry, we have the ability to save damaged teeth, change their shape and color, protect a tooth after a root canal, and more — all with one remarkable dental treatment. This procedure is performed thousands of times daily across the U.S., making it one of the most popular dental treatments, and for good reason. Read more to find out about this versatile service.
Do you have a broken, chipped or cracked tooth? If a filling or veneer can’t fix it, chances are good that a dental crown can help restore the look and function of that tooth. A crown acts like a cap that is fitted over the damaged tooth. You may need a crown in the following situations:
If you have teeth missing, you might be considering dental implants to replace them. However, one important thing to include in your deliberations is whether you are a good candidate for the procedure. Read more to learn some things that may impact that answer…
Many patients come to our office seeking a solution to replace their missing teeth. In fact, if you have one or more teeth missing, you are not alone — millions of adults in the U.S. have at least one missing tooth. The good news is there are several options available to restore good dentition. One…