A dental crown, often referred to as a “cap,” serves as a versatile solution to various dental issues, playing a pivotal role in restoring both the functionality and aesthetics of your smile. Understanding the significance of crowns can help you appreciate their importance in maintaining optimal oral health and preserving the beauty of your teeth…. Read more »
Category: Restorative Dentistry
In our last blog, we discussed how preventive care can help maintain a healthy smile. While proper hygiene and regular dental checkups can reduce the chances of dental problems like decay, periodontal disease, and more, sometimes these problems can still occur. Whether you have a cavity, worn down tooth, or need to replace a missing… Read more »
Breaking a tooth can be painful and traumatic. Thankfully, our team of experts is ready to make your tooth whole again. In today’s blog, your dental experts at Cedar West Family Dentistry explore what a dental crown is, how repairing it protects long-term health, and essential tips to care for it in the long term.
Toothaches can be excruciating and make it difficult to complete daily tasks. Whether it’s a persistent ache or a sharp, throbbing sensation, a painful tooth can make even the simplest project unbearable. Thankfully, we offer multiple solutions to alleviate tooth pain. filling. In today’s blog, your dental experts at Cedar West Family Dentistry explore three ways… Read more »
If you have cracked or broken one of your natural teeth, take the time to speak with a trusted dental health professional about what has happened. Sometimes, these situations may not feel like an immediate emergency, but it is a safer move to talk to your dentist. You may have fully removed the protective outer… Read more »
Even with consistent dedication to your dental care, you may still require additional help from time to time. If you have cracked or broken one of your natural teeth, this is a time when you should talk with your dentist quickly about your options in repair. Without the protection that your enamel provides, you are… Read more »
At your semiannual checkup, you may receive a diagnosis of a cavity. This is an area where your enamel has been significantly lost to the point where your underlying dentin material is exposed. Dentin is much more porous (and softer) than your enamel, which means that harmful bacteria can start to take hold within the… Read more »