When you have a gap in your smile, this could soon lead to major issues with the function and appearance of your smile. But we can help by replacing missing teeth with a lifelike dental prosthetic. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist talks about how we craft and place custom-made dental bridges.
When a tooth is damaged or suffers from decay too advanced for a filling, we can still offer treatment with a custom restoration. To return the tooth to optimal health, function, and beauty, we could place a dental crown. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist talks about crafting and placing a crown.
When you have multiple gaps in your smile, this is a complicated case of tooth loss that requires a prosthetic. With a partial denture, we can provide a full smile that looks great. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist talks about how to secure a new smile with a set of partials.
If you have an aching tooth, then this could mean the possible presence of a cavity. Without treatment, this cavity could lead to infection and even a greater risk of tooth loss! Fortunately, your Richfield, MN, dentist can help your smile by placing a lifelike and durable composite resin dental filling.
If you have imperfections with the shape and the color of one or more of your teeth, then you may need cosmetic dentistry. With dental bonding and cosmetic contouring, we can transform the smile in one visit. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist talks about how we boost the appearance of your smile.
Issues with a tooth’s shape and size can be a naturally occurring problem for your smile. While it may not point to an issue with your oral health, one awkward tooth can be an unfortunate distraction, one that takes away confidence in your overall appearance. At our Richfield, MN dentist’s office, we can provide an effective, surprisingly conservative solution to this problem. Tooth bonding and contouring can modify a tooth’s shape and size so that it no longer seems out of place. This treatment can correct problems with shape, size, and color, leading to significant results and the end of your concerns about an awkward or asymmetrical smile. (more…)
In our last blog, we looked at the possible dangers of teeth grinding, or bruxism, and how this injures smiles. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist talks about how a related disorder known as TMJ disorder, or TMD, could mean problems for your smile. We’re also talking about a noninvasive treatment option!