No one enjoys a toothache! Often, the discomfort could be an indicator of an oral health concern, one that requires attention to prevent serious complications. Your toothache could mean your smile needs to be seen by a dental professional, sooner rather than later. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the possible causes of an aching tooth, and what we can do about it.
Thanks to advanced technology and dental materials, modern dental bridges and dentures are more realistic in their fit and appearance than ever before. Digital imaging creates highly precise measurements to guide your prosthesis’ creation, while materials like dental porcelain ensure that your replacement teeth are virtually indistinguishable from your healthy, natural teeth. Even if you already have a bridge or denture in place, you may benefit from upgrading it to a dental implant-supported restoration. (more…)
When a tooth develops an infection or an abscess, treatment is crucial to preserve the tooth and keep your smile whole. We often treat infected teeth using an endodontic solution known as root canal treatment. Comparable to receiving a dental filling, a root canal can help return your tooth to optimal health and function.
If you have a cavity, then treatment is needed. Otherwise, the decay could soon lead to more serious problems. In many cases, we can treat the issue in one visit with a simple restoration. How do we place a dental filling? What should you expect from the procedure?
If you have an uneven smile, then orthodontic treatment can not only improve the esthetics of your smile, but can prevent the onset of serious oral health complications. Fortunately, orthodontic treatment doesn’t just mean metal braces. We can correct misalignment with a series of clear plastic aligners using the Invisalign system.
We’ve been focusing on our cosmetic treatments recently, such as teeth whitening or dental bonding. However, we have another cosmetic treatment that can completely alter the appearance of your teeth in as little as two visits. Find out how veneers can transform your smile!
We’ve looked at teeth whitening, but what about if your teeth are damaged or misshapen? We actually have two unique cosmetic treatments that address a number of esthetic concerns. In fact, with bonding and contouring we can fix smiles in just one visit!
Tooth decay is one of the most common oral health issues you can encounter. In fact, since only about one or two percent of the population are immune to dental caries, nearly everyone may develop one in their lifetime. Fortunately, you can take steps to help avoid the onset of tooth decay!
When you visit a store, you’ll see a number of options for removing teeth stains, from toothpastes to strips. However, none can offer the level of results possible with professional treatment. We provide our patients with a take-home option that can sometimes brighten teeth by multiple shades. How does take-home teeth whitening work?
Do you grind your teeth? If so, this common oral health disorder could actually endanger the health of your smile. Also known as bruxism, chronic teeth grinding can damage teeth and lead to serious complications. Fortunately, we have options to help you stop teeth grinding, as well as to address any damage your smile sustained.