Cavities create an urgent problem for a tooth, and should be dealt with as soon as possible. With prompt care, it is possible to minimize the damage caused by decay. Unfortunately, many people will not realize they have a problem until they need more substantial care. While dental crowns are effective against more advanced decay,… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry
As time passes, some dental wear and tear can inevitably happen. As strong as our teeth can be, they still have a difficult job, and regularly experience biting and chewing pressure. What you should be wary of is the effect that poor dental care, and habits like teeth grinding, can do to your smile. If… Read more »
When we see patients with damaged and misshapen teeth, or serious oral health issues, we can often correct the problem with a restoration. Because we know how important a beautiful smile is to our patients, we offer lifelike and custom-made restorations, such as our porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns (PFM).
We can replace missing teeth with removable dentures or even dental bridges, but over time your jawbone could continue to break down. Fortunately, we have an advanced treatment option that can help preserve your jawbone tissue. How do dental implants preserve your smile and offer lifelike tooth replacement?
If you have missing teeth, then you need a replacement option. Otherwise, the health and beauty of your smile will suffer. Fortunately, we can offer tooth replacement with a natural looking dental bridge. Do you have questions about our dental prosthetic?
Like any dental issue, the best way to protect your smile from cavities is to prevent them from forming. With great hygiene, regular dental care, and close attention to everyday threats to your teeth, you can usually do so easily. The reason why prevention is best is because once a cavity forms, it doesn’t stop… Read more »
Restorative dental treatments are typically designed with three main goals in mind – to stop the damage or decay from progressing, restore your bite’s function, and preserve as much healthy tooth structure as possible. In most cases, all three can be achieved with a minimally invasive, custom-designed treatment such as tooth filling. However, in more… Read more »
At some point in your life, you may be faced with having to treat a cavity. As a product of tooth decay, which results from harmful oral bacteria, cavities are holes in your teeth that continue to grow larger until your dentist treats them. The good news is that, despite being one of the most… Read more »
If your dentist tells you that you need root canal treatment, then you may not immediately think that it’s something to celebrate. After all, the goal of continuous hygiene and dental care is supposed to be to help you avoid serious dental issues and the need for extensive treatment to address them. However, if your… Read more »
The principles behind many of today’s most advanced dental treatments haven’t changed much over the years. The materials, technology, and techniques have just become significantly more advanced. For instance, when it comes to treating cavities (or holes in your teeth caused by tooth decay), fillings have long been the best way to save teeth. Today,… Read more »