Dental damage can bring down the quality of your smile. A noticeable chip or crack can create an unhappy distraction, and draw attention you would rather it not receive. The degree of damage you experience will have an effect on how you look, and it can potentially affect how you bite and chew food, leading… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry
If you maintain proper preventive oral care, keep your cavity risk low, and are fortunate enough to be free of congenital issues, any dental work you receive over time can be limited. In other cases, a person’s smile issues may call for a more involved approach, particularly if they are interested in making cosmetic changes…. Read more »
When you crack a tooth, it usually hurts enough to make visiting your dentist an obvious priority. However, not all cracked teeth are immediately painful, and if you neglect to fix one, it can quickly become even more severely damaged. The good news is that, if you maintain a regular schedule of checkups and cleanings,… Read more »
When we’re talking about PFM crowns, you might find yourself scratching your head in wonder. What does PFM mean and who is this type of dental crown for? Why might you want it? To cut to the chase, keep in mind that PFM means porcelain-fused-to-metal. As for why this is an option, what makes… Read more »
Imagine a scenario in which you suddenly lose one of your teeth. Now, you need to see the dentist to address the gap in your smile. When it comes to replacing this lost tooth, should you consider a dental bridge or a dental implant? How do these two prosthetic options differ?
Tooth decay impacts patients of all ages and will require restorative treatment. Otherwise, serious complications can arise, such as dental infections or abscesses. Fortunately, we can provide an artistic and cosmetic approach to restorative treatment. We can fix cavities using lifelike fillings and crowns.
Are you concerned that the minimal discomfort you have been feeling, could be due to an undiagnosed dental issue like a cavity? If so, you may already be having difficulty chewing comfortably. Over time, that minor toothache can worsen to the point of extensive pain, if unaddressed, that is. The good news is that modern… Read more »
It can be tempting to ignore tooth sensitivity, or other warning signs of dental problems, hoping they will simply go away. After all, many parts of the body can heal themselves given time. You don’t have to rush to the doctor every time you scrape or bruise your arm or leg, stub a toe, or… Read more »
Are you tired of feeling insecure about your smile, due to cosmetic concerns such as deep staining or inconsistencies in the shape or size of your teeth? What about discomfort? Have you begun experiencing increased sensitivity recently, due to an undiagnosed dental issue? If so, don’t keep postponing getting answers, and potential help. Instead, schedule… Read more »
When was the last time you sat down and enjoyed a nice and juicy steak, or even a crisp, fresh apple for that matter? If you have been avoiding some of your favorite foods because of dental discomfort, it’s time you put an end to that sensitivity. Restorative treatment could likely help to improve your… Read more »