Do you have an aching tooth? If so, then you should see the dentist for a diagnosis. Otherwise, a minor problem could soon spell major complications for your smile. In today’s blog, we’re looking at when a tooth needs a filling and what the procedure may involve.
Category: Restorative Dentistry
When a patient comes to us with minor damage, then we can often address it using tooth bonding. But what about serious damage? To address fractures, breakage, or advanced decay and infection, we can use a custom-made dental crown.
If you have decay, then you need to undergo treatment. Otherwise, what seems like a minor irritant can soon threaten the stability of your tooth. In order to repair a cavity, we often place a lifelike dental filling. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss when to see the dentist and how we place a… Read more »
We have a number of treatment options to restore a tooth, whether one has developed tooth decay or major damage. In many cases, we may recommend a custom-made dental crown. What situations call for a crown? What should a patient expect from the placement process?
We have a number of restorations to treat problems with a tooth, such as chips, fractures, or decay. Occasionally, we may recommend a dental filling to address a cavity. When do you need a filling and should you expect from the placement process?
Having a permanently secured restoration to address a gap in your smile can deliver great cosmetic improvements, and make mealtimes easier. Many patients who want to address tooth loss will rely on a dental bridge. Your bridge consists of your pontic, or your replacement tooth, and a pair of dental crowns. The crowns are placed… Read more »
Using a dental crown to restore a problem tooth should allow you to once again count on that tooth for biting and chewing tasks. Whenever you undergo treatment for a problem, like a cavity, your dentist’s goal is to put an end to the issue, and to make sure your tooth is protected. That protection… Read more »