When you suffer from more serious cases of tooth loss, a bridge may not be enough to properly correct your smile. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will explain how we help complete your smile with a lifelike and durable prosthetic known as a partial. You can once again enjoy a full smile, one you can’t wait to show the world, and also safeguard the health and function of your smile.
We’ve discussed how we repair your teeth, but what do we do when you lose a tooth? In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will discuss how we restore your lost teeth with a custom-made dental bridge, one that looks natural and lasts for many years to come! Don’t live with unsightly gaps in your smile, we have a solution.
When you have more advanced cases of tooth decay or infection, or if you have a damaged tooth, then you may need a dental restoration more substantial than a filling. In these situations, your Richfield, MN, dentist may suggest a custom-made dental crown. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how we repair your smiles and the materials we use!
Why do our teeth sometimes need to have a filling placed? Simply put, we use them to treat cases of tooth decay and prevent a tooth from becoming infected or suffering further discomfort. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will explain how we create and place a filling, and how to recognize the warning signs of tooth decay.
If you have stained teeth, or ones that have become damaged or misshapen, then you need repair to improve the beauty and function of your smile. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will explain how we offer cosmetic repair in in one visit with dental bonding and contouring, and how to keep your smile healthy and strong.
Do you often suffer from headaches or migraines? A number of factors could be responsible, including one related to your smile. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist explains how TMJ treatment for TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, could help ease uncomfortable headaches and restore balance and health to your smile.
If you grind or clench your teeth regularly, then this could mean you have bruxism. To avoid further discomfort or the risk of losing a tooth, then you may need treatment. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will explain how we treat teeth grinding with a comfortable, cozy, and custom-made oral appliance.