When you lose all of your teeth, your dentist will recommend a full denture. But what if you lose multiple teeth, but not enough to warrant a full prosthetic? In these situations, we may recommend a partial denture. Do you have questions about our partial prosthetics?
Losing teeth can lead to poor oral health as well as a number of complications. In addition, tooth loss also impacts your appearance and often, your level of self-confidence. Don’t let missing teeth have such an impact in your quality of life. Your dentist can discuss replacement options, such as dental bridges.
Last week, we discussed how we often repair decayed teeth using our tooth-colored dental fillings. But what if your tooth has developed substantial decay or damage? You may require a different form of restoration, such as a dental crown. Do you have questions about crowns?
As part of our approach to restorative dentist, we offer lifelike treatments with results that blend with your smile. For example, we can use crowns to repair teeth. We also offer natural looking and metal-free dental fillings. When do we prescribe fillings? What does placing them involve?
Do you have issues with the shape or shade of your teeth? Even if you have multiple esthetic concerns, we can often address these problems in a single visit using dental bonding and contouring. How do these cosmetic procedures work? How do they differ from whitening or veneers?
If you have stained teeth, you may feel embarrassed about your appearance. We understand, and have a solution to discoloration! With our professional teeth whitening system, we can brighten your smile from home. You can enjoy teeth free of discoloration with a reduced risk of sensitivity as well!
Last week, we discussed cosmetic dentistry. Today, we would like to take a closer look at one of our cosmetic procedures: Porcelain veneers. We can use them to literally transform a smile, changing the appearance of the tooth. How do veneers improve smiles? What does placing them involve?
Do you know what cosmetic dentistry is? Well, simply put, these are procedures that are meant to improve the beauty of your teeth, addressing common esthetic concerns, such as discoloration. We offer a variety of professional cosmetic treatments to help patients enjoy attractive and healthier smiles.
We often talk about dental care for adults and children, but what about seniors? As we grow older, the risk factors for a number of oral health concerns can increase, such as tooth loss. We can provide a gentle and caring approach to senior care, happily addressing any questions or concerns our patients may have about caring for smiles, even with limited mobility. Do you have questions about senior care?
Our team strives to help patients of all ages, from children to seniors, enjoy healthier and more beautiful smiles. To do this, we embrace the latest technology to accurately diagnose oral health concerns, allowing us to choose the right procedures and craft personalized treatment plans. We use technology to help improve smiles.