We all desire a more beautiful smile. However, for some obtaining one may seem unlikely due to multiple esthetic issues, such as problems with the shade or shape of the teeth or unsightly gaps between them. However, we can sometimes address multiple cosmetic complaints without resorting to multiple procedures. What do you know about veneers?
If you have lost a tooth then you may feel a little self-conscious about your appearance. In addition, you may also develop a number of oral health complications related to tooth loss. In order to enjoy a whole and healthy smile again you should discuss our tooth replacement options, such as dental implants. How do dental implants work?
Our teeth are coated in a protective layer of enamel. Not only is this the hardest substance in the human body, but only diamonds are tougher than tooth enamel. However, our teeth can still become damaged or undergo decay/infection. Without treatment, you may eventually risk losing the tooth altogether. Do you need a crown or a filling to restore your tooth to full function and health?
Tooth decay affects nearly everyone. In fact, only between 1% and 2% of people are immune to dental caries. Without treatment, a simple cavity can lead to an infection and a higher risk of tooth loss. Are there ways to avoid cavities? What steps can you take to prevent the onset of tooth decay in the first place?
When you chip a tooth or notice esthetic issues with your teeth, you may assume a restoration is your only treatment option. However, in many cases we can improve the appearance of a tooth quickly with a simple cosmetic treatment. What do you know about bonding and contouring?
Unfortunately, emergencies happen. You may damage or even knock-out a tooth, which means you need to contact your dentist right away. Even if the issue occurs after hours, give our office a call to schedule an emergency visit. Do you have questions about emergency care? What should you do to address a problem before seeing the dentist?
How do you protect your child’s smile? Like adults, children require routine care to avoid tooth decay and other oral health concerns. Otherwise, even at a young age poor oral health can lead to discomfort and premature tooth loss. Fortunately, we offer preventive treatments and can also educate you and your child on proper oral maintenance to help ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles.
Losing one or more teeth can hurt more than just your smile’s esthetics. Eventually, you can develop other complications that hinder your overall oral health. How do you replace missing teeth? Fortunately, we can address the situation with a dental prosthetic, allowing you to enjoy a whole and healthy smile again.
Do you feel like you’ve been hearing an awful lot about third molars lately? Perhaps you have started to wonder whether you require wisdom teeth removal but you don’t notice any signs that something is wrong with your smile. In fact, you’re not even certain what a wisdom tooth is or if you have any. Do yourself a favor and allow us to dispel some common myths about these teeth – you will walk away with a clearer understanding of whether or not you may require our restorative dental care for this issue.
Do you know when to expect us to suggest restorative dentistry for your smile? Are you even certain what this area of dental care is all about? For starters, we suggest restorative care when your smile is in need of help because your oral health is in decline – this may include physical injury or a problem like disease. See just how familiar you are with this type of care (or learn some additional details) with a quick but surprisingly informative quiz.