Should You Replace That Missing Tooth?

Have you recently visited our office and had a tooth extracted? Perhaps you have been dealing with a missing tooth for some time and are on the fence about replacing it. We understand that it can be difficult to cope with having a missing tooth on an emotional level. It can make you self-conscious because you feel that others might be focusing only on your mouth. We also know that it can be difficult to make the decision to go through with replacing the tooth, not only for the expense, but also deciding which option is best for your lifestyle. We want our patients to know that we will answer any questions and help them make the best decision for replacement. It is extremely important that patients do not delay when replacing teeth. Delaying can cause lasting damage. Read on to learn more.

Curious About Dental Implants?

Are you self-conscious of your smile and would love to smile with confidence again? We know that it can be upsetting to our patients when they need to have a tooth extracted or if they have been missing a tooth for a number of years. We are proud to offer a variety of tooth replacement options for our patients. Some patients express that it can be overwhelming and emotional deciding which tooth replacement option to choose. While we feel that each option is beneficial for a variety of reasons, we think there is one option that is the most popular among our patients. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of this tooth replacement option.

Dental Crowns To The Rescue

Tooth damage comes in a variety of conditions, including chipped, cracked or broken teeth, tooth decay, and even total tooth loss. Dental crowns are one treatment that can help restore the tooth or replace it. A crown is a tooth-shaped structure, like a cap, that is placed over a tooth. The “cap” covers the tooth to improve its appearance, restore its shape and function or sit on top of an implant as a replacement tooth.

Thank You, Modern Dentistry

Over time, we find that for some of our patients, no matter how well they’ve taken care of their teeth, their pearly whites become worn down, encounter tooth decay, or need a new filling. There’s no need to be alarmed when we mention the need to fix a tooth due to these common dental conditions. There is one treatment in particular that we use to restore teeth to make sure they function properly and don’t incur further damage. Read more to find out about this treatment.

A Bridge To Dental Health

If you suffer from one or more missing teeth, you already know the difficulties this dental condition poses when it comes to chewing food and speaking clearly. Many people with missing teeth are also uncomfortable with smiling, or cover their mouth when they speak. It can have a negative impact on your confidence, too. With dental bridges, however, you can regain the function and beauty of your smile.

Welcome to 2020

The beginning of a new year motivates some people to start a new hobby, begin an exercise program or update their home. We like to think of it as a perfect time to improve your smile. Some of our patients, however, aren’t sure if it’s even possible to fix their dental problems. There is one easy way we can help figure out what exactly is bothering them with their teeth and how we can fix it.

Common Solutions for Damaged Teeth

Have you been tolerating issues with your teeth and smile that you aren’t happy about but don’t know how to fix? Many people go through life hiding flaws like cracked, broken or chipped teeth by covering their mouths when they speak or avoiding smiling. It leaves them feeling self-conscious in situations where they’re in the spotlight, such as work meetings or family photos.

Dental Implants Might Be Right for You!

If you have missing teeth and aren’t sure what treatment would be best for you, you are not alone. Many patients come to our office searching for treatment to replace missing teeth. The ideal treatment for you depends upon your unique situation, but many times dental implants offer the ideal solution. Why? Let’s look at the benefits they offer.

Does Your Smile Reflect Accidents, Wear, and Age?

If you aren’t quite sure why your smile looks tired, be sure to spend a few minutes taking our improved Smile Analysis! The series of simple questions can help you identify and share with us the things you might like to improve about your smile. If you have multiple issues that concern you, it might be time to consider Full Mouth Rejuvenation! What is that, exactly?