A painful or abscessed tooth is one of the most uncomfortable experiences there is. Oral problems can make eating, drinking, talking, sleeping, and even breathing painful. That’s why emergency dental procedures are a firm component of the services offered by any reputable dental office.
While most dentists will do anything possible to save a tooth, it is not always possible. Extractions are sometimes the only treatment that can be done for a tooth that has is a deep stress fracture, a substantial amount of decay, or is severely broken.
Dentures and partial dentures are used to replace missing teeth when implants are not an option. In the past, the loss of teeth signaled a decline in health that could rarely be reversed. After all, it is important to all humans to eat and, therefore, to have a means of chewing their food. Fortunately, dentures and partial dentures create an option for eating, speaking, smiling, and overall living a more normal, active life.
Root canals are one of the most feared treatments in the dental field. Almost everyone has heard a horror story or is otherwise convinced that root canals are a last resort option. Fortunately, most of these are myths. Thanks to today’s technology, there are many advances in dentistry that allow you to undergo a comfortable experience – even when having a root canal.
Fast camera scans
No messy silicone impressions
No temporary crowns
More conservative tooth preparations
If you have any questions about CEREC same-day dental technology or metal-free restorations, please contact our office today.
Cosmetic dentistry is about more than just repairing
Veneers are a cost-effective type of cosmetic dentistry that can improve discolored, worn,
Dental implants are “replacement” teeth made from titanium. They are used to either replace a tooth or be used as an anchor for a denture/partial denture to snap into to keep it from shifting while talking or chewing. Implants preserve your bone. Without teeth, the bone that supports your overlying facial structure begins to melt away and can make you appear older than you are. Implants slow down this process, allowing you to maintain your youthful appearance.
Like veneers, crowns and bridges are an excellent way to restore misaligned teeth, repair small gaps, and make your teeth resistant to future problems associated with heavy chewing and staining agents. However, their function is not only to make your smile more complete, as crowns and bridges are often used to repair fractured teeth, severely decayed teeth, or damage due to trauma.