Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

Making Sure You Have The Endodontic Care You Need

Proper restorative tooth care can be more complicated when it comes to issues with the interior of your tooth. These issues, known as endodontic issues, can require a more involved procedure than a cavity that is simply removed, and addressed with a dental filling. The most common procedure dealing with internal issues is the root… Read more »

Restoring Your Tooth – And Your Smile – With A Ceramic Crown

When a patient comes in needing restorative dental care, they can worry about the state of their tooth, but the state of their smile can also be on their mind. After all, a conspicuous restoration can draw unwanted focus and throw off the uniformity of your smile, hurting its overall quality. If you are currently… Read more »

Using A Tooth-Colored Filling To Restore Your Tooth

With its enamel-like appearance, a tooth-colored filling offers you a way to enjoy an inconspicuous dental restoration. Patients typically enjoy learning that they can have a filling that will not stand out, but there are additional benefits. The composite resin, after being affixed to your tooth, will bond permanently to the surrounding enamel. This provides… Read more »

Responding To A Painful Tooth Injury

A tooth injury creates shock, discomfort, and alarm – particularly when that injury leaves a tooth harmed, loosened, or knocked out. If you want to minimize the effect this can have on your smile, and your oral health, prompt treatment is important. If it is possible to do so, your dentist will make sure you… Read more »

Starting An Oral Health Rehabilitation Plan

Oral health rehabilitation plans helps you coordinate with your dentist on a sequence of treatments. For people who have allowed problems to build up with their smile, this can be important. When you neglect to keep up with proper daily care, and skip regular dental checkups, you can find yourself needing several restorative dental treatments…. Read more »

These Services Can Restore Your Oral Health

Teeth play a huge role in our day to day life but it’s mostly a passive role; rarely do they ever become an active thought in our minds. That being said, cavities or tooth loss can have a huge impact on your oral and overall health. Tooth loss and cavities can be the end result… Read more »

What Are The Benefits Of A Dental Crown?

Cavities or cracks in your teeth can have a number of adverse effects on your oral health. Besides negatively affecting your smile’s appearance, it can cause you to have an unhealthy bite, as well as make you vulnerable to infection. Thankfully, your tooth’s appearance and overall health can be improved with a dental crown. In… Read more »

Silver Or White? Which Filling Would You Rather Have?

By the time most Americans reach the age of 65 they have suffered from a cavity. In fact, according to one study, 96 percent of Americans have had at least one cavity by the time they reach that age. Regardless of how well you take care of your teeth, you may still get cavities. Tooth… Read more »

Preventive, Restorative, Or Cosmetic Dentistry: Which Do You Need?

If you’re not in the dental field, dental jargon can be quite confusing. There are numerous branches of dentistry such as periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics, etc. Then there are the types of dentistry that your general dentist can perform including preventive dentistry, restorative dentistry, and/or cosmetic dentistry. What does it all mean? And how do you… Read more »

What To Do When A Tooth Gets Knocked Out

Did you know that the number of teeth that get knocked out in adults and children is over five million each year? However, if you are aware of what actions to take if your tooth, or that of someone you are with, gets knocked out, there is a good chance that if you act quickly–within… Read more »