With Halloween coming up next week, tooth decay is on the mind of every dental professional in the country. Both kids and adults who consume excessive quantities of candy can experience a higher risk of cavities. How do you avoid tooth decay? What steps can you take to safeguard your smile?
We offer an array of restorations designed to improve the function and health of a tooth, such as inlays, onlays, fillings, and crowns. A dental crown can address a number of both cosmetic and restorative issue, reshaping the tooth and protecting it from further damage. Do you need a dental crown? How are they placed and what do we make them from?
Have you noticed your tooth hurts and the pain has lasted for more than two days? If so, it’s likely not due to sinuses or other issues, but potentially a result of tooth decay. We recommend seeing the dentist as soon as possible to discuss treatment options. If your tooth hurts, we may need to place a dental filling.
If you have lost a significant portion of your permanent teeth, then you need to see a dentist. Otherwise, tooth loss can lead to a number of very serious consequences for your oral health. Fortunately, we have lifelike prosthetic that can replace multiple missing teeth. Do you have questions about dentures? Do you need a full or partial set to restore your smile’s function?
Be honest: When was the last time you made an appointment with your dentist for a routine exam? We understand that your schedule can be hectic, but brushing and flossing isn’t enough to safeguard your smile against tooth decay and periodontal disease. Why do we need checkups and cleanings? We need these preventive procedures in order to maintain optimal oral health.