Our teeth are strong. In fact, the enamel coating them is the hardest substance in the human body. However, that doesn’t mean your teeth are immune to damage or decay. When problems arise, we correct them with dental restorations. What kind of restoration does your tooth need? What specific issues can they address?
We don’t like the idea of our patients going through life missing one or more teeth. In addition to the impact on appearance, missing teeth an also lead to serious oral health complications. For addressing more minor cases of tooth loss, we may suggest a bridge. When is a bridge the right choice for you? What does receiving this prosthetic involve?
Aside from dental fillings, dental crowns are one of the most common restorations we place. However, few people understand why we place dental crowns and what the process involves. Fortunately, we no longer have to rely on multiple visits as dentists and patients did years ago. Now, we can repair your tooth in just one sitting!
People are often curious about what exactly the implant placement procedure involves. After all, these prosthetics are placed in a very different manner than a denture or a dental bridge. However, the results are a long lasting (a lifetime in many cases) and lifelike replacement tooth that can help preserve your facial structure. Do you want to learn more about what receiving one involves?