Many factors impact your oral health over time. Despite your best intentions, sometimes decay or disease affects the health and function of your oral condition. Dentistry has evolved in recent decades, with dental technology and equipment significantly improving your experience when more intrusive procedures are required.
Dental implants are a safe and reliable tooth replacement option that can improve your quality of life. Dental implants improve chewing, speech and appearance. Dental implants are a long-term replacement option and will last a lifetime when maintained.
What are Dental Fillings?
Fillings repair damaged teeth due to decay or other wear. Traditionally cavities have been filled with amalgam (metal composite) but alternatively can also be filled with a tooth-colored composite material to restore the natural look and feel of the tooth.
The filling cavities are reasonably simple and completed at our practice in a short appointment.
If your dentist has suggested an extraction, it means there are no options to save the tooth. Even though we try to avoid tooth loss, there are many reasons it may be a necessary choice for your health.
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Dental bonding is a cosmetic process that uses composite resin to improve the appearance of teeth. It’s a conservative way to repair slightly chipped, discolored or crooked teeth and even fill in gaps between them .
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Gum Grafting For Dental Health and Aesthetics
Gum grafts preserve the health of tissue surrounding the teeth. When gums recede the root is exposed which impacts the stability and sensitivity of the tooth. Don’t worry, it sounds worse than it is. And, improving oral health and your smile deserves a bit of work!
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