Are you concerned that you might be suffering from some sort of dental problem, such as a cavity or even a tooth infection? Tooth sensitivity is commonly ignored. Unfortunately, if unaddressed, this can lead to worsening discomfort and eventually an infection or even the loss of a tooth. The good news is that modern dental restorations can help to address most dental problems, including cavities, and often quickly and with natural-looking results. So if you do find yourself suffering from a dental problem, don’t delay a visit to the restorative dentist. Instead, find out how a restoration could help protect your smile and improve your confidence.
Need a Restoration? Ask About Seamless Options
If you are concerned that you could have a dental problem, it is important to schedule a consultation as soon as possible, since prompt restorative dentist could help you prevent ongoing discomfort. Restorative treatment can also help to prevent infection and the pain that can come along with that. Both fillings and crowns help to protect fragile or damaged teeth.
Enjoy Comfort, Again, with a Modern Crown
Dental fillings and porcelain crowns are among the most commonly recommended forms of restorative treatment. Fortunately, both can help to address dental problems with confidence-inducing results, that also happen to improve dental comfort.
For instance, modern dental fillings made of composite resin conduct less heat than those made from metal. They also look more natural, since they can be made to match teeth’s natural shape and contouring. Crowns can also be customized to blend nearly seamlessly within the smile, while also offering great protection from wear and bacteria.
Need Restorative Dental Treatment?
Restorative dentistry is important, when the teeth are fragile or damaged. You can schedule a restorative consultation with Dr. Fondriest by calling Lake Forest Dental Arts at (847) 234-0517. We welcome patients from the North Shore area of Chicago, including Winnetka, Highland Park, North Brook, Glenview, and the surrounding communities.