Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

Can People Tell If I’ve Had My Teeth Bonded?

Dental bonding is a fast and easy way to make minor changes to your dentition. Bonding can be used to fill spaces between your teeth; to whiten teeth; to add length, width, or both; to cover craze lines and other minor imperfections; to repair chipped, broken, or fractured teeth; and more. Dental bonding is also… Read more »

The Purpose Of A Root Canal

When speaking of a root canal it almost seems as if patients think they were developed just to torture them! However, modern-day root canals aren’t any more painful than a simple dental filling. Root canals were developed to save your natural tooth structure rather than to extract a tooth that has not undergone any dramatic… Read more »

Some Things Just Are NOT Too Good To Be True

Although dental treatment has become faster, easier, and more comfortable over the years, some treatments can still seem complicated and expensive. You may be wondering if there is anything simple and inexpensive that you can do to improve the esthetics of your smile. There is! Composite bonding is a fast, easy, and affordable way to… Read more »

Why You Might Need A Crown

There are a variety of dental treatments to choose from depending upon your issue. One of them is a dental crown. Dental crowns offer complete coverage of a damaged or compromised tooth. So, if your tooth is too damaged or too decayed for other restorative or cosmetic treatments to suffice, you may need a dental… Read more »

Don’t Stop Rooting For Your Teeth

Teeth are meant to last a lifetime, but sometimes they become damaged (chipped, fractured, broken), or infected, but that is no reason to give up on them.  With today’s dental materials, instruments, and technology, there are many ways you can repair or save a tooth. It is always better to save a tooth, or as… Read more »

An Easy-Peasy-Lemon-Squeezy Dental Treatment

Maybe you don’t think there is such a thing as an easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy dental treatment. Maybe you think that all dental treatments are invasive, expensive, take a long time, and cause pain. If you think that, guess what? You’re wrong! There is a dental treatment called dental bonding that is easy, quick, affordable, and painless, and… Read more »

What Is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Typically, a full-mouth reconstruction, or rehabilitation, is required if a person’s jaw was injured or fractured due to a sports, car, or other type of accident. However, there are other reasons a person may require one, such as severely worn dentition due to long-term acid reflux or erosion, gum disease, or rampant decay, all which… Read more »

What Are One Day Crowns?

In the past, receiving a dental crown meant two to possibly three visits. In addition, the patient would potentially have to wear a temporary in between visits. However, we offer our patients a strong and lifelike alternative with one day crowns. What are one day crowns? How do you fabricate and place a restoration in… Read more »

How Do You Replace Missing Teeth?

According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 69% of adults over the age of 35 have lost one or more permanent teeth. In order to ensure a healthy and attractive smile, you need to have these missing teeth restored. How do you replace missing teeth? What happens if you don’t address tooth… Read more »

Weighing The Pros And Cons To Find Out If A Dental Bridge Is For You

If you are having trouble with a tooth and a root canal is not an option, or if you have lost a tooth, or need one pulled, there are two particular treatment options available to replace a single missing tooth: a dental bridge and an implant. Dental bridges are a minimally invasive procedure in contrast… Read more »