While a bridge can replace between one and three missing teeth, sometimes a patient suffers from more serious cases of adult tooth loss. For those missing most of their teeth, or all of them, a more substantial prosthetic is necessary. What kind of denture does your smile need?
Dental implants are unique and can provide a number of benefits that bridges and dentures simply can’t. They are placed into the jawbone, acting as a new tooth root. They boast a 98% success rate and provide a number of benefits. Would like to learn more about dental implants?
When you’re missing between one and three teeth in a row, we may suggest a very specific dental prosthetic. A bridge can literally bridge the gap, filling it with a lifelike tooth and protecting your smile from the complications related to tooth loss. How do we place a dental bridge?
We’ve covered many of our cosmetic treatments, such as teeth whitening and bonding and contouring. However, we have another popular option that can enhance smiles in as little as two visits: porcelain veneers. Using thin shells of porcelain, we can address a variety of problems with a tooth’s shape and color.
We understand how important a bright smile is for our patients. In order to remove discoloration, we’re proud to offer a system patients can use from the comfort of their own homes. We can brighten your smile with a set of take-home trays, helping you enjoy beautiful and stain-free teeth.
Last week, we briefly went over many of our cosmetic procedures. Today, we would like to take a closer look at two unique procedures that can reshape and improve the appearance of the teeth. With bonding and contouring, we have the ability to often correct common cosmetic issues in a one visit.
We use cosmetic dentistry to target areas of your smile that cause embarrassment, such as teeth stains or even misshapen teeth. We have a variety of different procedures, some of which can address multiple concerns. What cosmetic treatments do we offer? Which ones are right for you?
Dental cavities can form for a variety of reasons. When they do occur, patients often complain of tooth sensitivity or persistent toothaches. Without treatment, the risk of dental infection and in extreme cases, tooth loss, can increase. Fortunately, there are steps to keep your smile cavity-free.
Without preventive care and routine homecare, your gums can become inflamed and more likely to develop gum disease. While very common, periodontal disease does pose a number of risks for the stability of your smile. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help prevent the onset of the disease.
Just like adults, children need routine care to keep their smiles healthy and beautiful. What can you do to keep your child’s smile healthy? In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how preventive care can help instill good habits and protect smiles from the onset of cavities.