When you have issues that require more than a simple dental filling, your Richfield, MN, dentist may prescribe a dental crown. But what can we do to ensure your crown not only looks natural, but also provides durable repair and restoration? In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about our lifelike dental restorations.
Now that we’re in November, the holiday and the end of the year will be here before you realize it. Before your schedule becomes a lot more hectic, why not set up an appointment with your dentist, using your 2019 benefits before they expire at the end of December? Your Richfield, MN, dentist can help ensure you start the New Year with a new smile!
When a person experiences a toothache, this could mean the presence of a cavity. Tooth decay requires treatment to prevent worsening cavities and infection. In order to stop the progression of the decay, your Richfield, MN, dentist may suggest a filling, which we create using a metal-free and lifelike material, and which we can place in one visit!
In just a few days, children in our community will be hitting the streets, going door-to-door in costume to pick up treats and candy. While we love this holiday as much as anyone, we also know that too much sugar could mean a painful cavity. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will be offering tips to help families protect their smiles from the onset of tooth decay!
Cosmetic dentistry helps your Richfield, MN, dentist improve your smile’s beauty, addressing everything from teeth stains to pointed or misshapen teeth. In fact, we can use cosmetic bonding and contouring to address these concerns in a single visit. Let’s find out how these single-visit treatment options can help improve your smile!
Do you frequently experience headaches or migraines, but have yet to identify the cause? For some, this pain could be related to a jaw joint disorder known as TMJ disorder, or TMD. How do we diagnose this issue, and when should you see your dentist to discuss possible treatment options?
Have you ever heard of bruxism? A common dental health problem, bruxism occurs when people grind their teeth or clench their jaws frequently. Without treatment, this could mean damaged, decayed, or infected teeth! Fortunately, your Richfield, MN, dentist can help stop teeth grinding and offer healthier smiles.