In our last blog, we looked at the causes of tooth decay and discussed preventive options to avoid decay. But what if your little one develops a cavity? In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist explains how we treat cavities and restore little smiles to optimal health and function. Remember, even baby teeth that develop cavities need treatment!
When people think about cavities, they often assume this issue mainly impacts older children, teens, and adults. However, as soon as a tooth erupts, there is a risk of cavities developing. In fact, even babies and toddlers could suffer from cavities, an issue known commonly as baby bottle decay. In today’s blog, we’re looking at what our Garland, TX, patients can do to protect little smiles from tooth decay.
What counts as a dental emergency? We consider any damage or injury to your teeth and gums that is not life threatening to be a dental emergency. We always urge our Garland, TX, patients to see us as soon as possible, so we can treat the issue and prevent complications. Patients should also take the proper steps to limit pain and damage immediately following a dental emergency.
Losing a majority of your teeth will impact your overall health, as well as your smile’s appearance. In order to restore your smile to a full and beautiful appearance, we may suggest a custom-made prosthetic, such as a full or partial denture. For patients in Garland, TX, this means offering a lifelike and dependable solution to tooth loss.
For a number of reasons, we may find ourselves faced with missing teeth. Losing one or more of our teeth could lead to serious complications. How do we fix this problem and fill the gap in your smile? In today’s blog, we’re looking at how we address tooth loss in Garland, TX, with lifelike and durable dental implants.
Losing between one and three teeth can have a major impact on your smile and overall oral health. In order to fill the gaps in your smile, you may need a bridge. While they’re typically held in place with crowns, we also have an option that uses dental implants to offer Garland, TX, patients a whole and healthy smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at dental bridges and discuss the impact of tooth loss.
A cavity not only means poor oral health, but also painful symptoms, such as toothaches and tooth sensitivity. By treating the issue, you avoid the discomfort and consequences of an untreated cavity, such as an infected tooth. We offer our Garland, TX, patients a one-visit solution to tooth decay using a custom-made dental filling. What should you expect from our natural looking fillings?
Occasionally, helping our patients in Garland, TX, enjoy optimal oral health means actually removing a natural tooth. We always take steps to ensure those undergoing the process enjoy a comfortable and safe procedure. But when do people need a tooth removed to enjoy optimal oral health? What steps will be taken to ensure our comfort?
We have a number of restorations to fix your smile, such as fillings to stop decay or root canal therapy to address infections. But with dental crowns, we offer Garland, TX, residents a strong and long-lasting solution to a variety of cosmetic and restorative treatment options. Which type of dental crown will work best for your smile? How do we create and place them?
Do you grind your teeth? We all do so occasionally, but if these are regular occurrences for you, then your smile could be at risk. In today’s blog, we’re talking about how teeth grinding could hurt your smile and looking at possible treatment options. Don’t live with the pain and discomfort of bruxism, let your Garland, TX, dentist know today!