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Check up and cleaning
In addition to proper oral hygiene, regular dental check-ups can do wonders to help you maintain a healthy, beautiful smile.
Scaling and root planing (deep cleaning) to treat gum disease
Root planing and scaling is a comfortable, non-surgical procedure offered to patients suffering from gum disease, and is often the first option for treatment when a diagnosis is issued.
Much like crowns, veneers are an aesthetically pleasing covering that can mask the flaws in your teeth. These thin, tooth-shaped facades are both natural and durable.
These endodontic procedures are actually a much better alternative than extracting a diseased tooth, because a properly cleaned and crowned tooth will take a lot less maintenance than a replacement tooth over the years.
Now there’s a way to enjoy healthier teeth and gums without painful or expensive surgical treatments.
The human body can only grow one set of teeth as an adult. If any of these teeth are missing, replacement and restorative dentistry is highly recommended.
Oral surgery generally defines any type of surgical procedure that deals with the mouth, throat, teeth, jaws, head and neck. Typically, oral surgery is necessary when a tooth has decayed or damaged beyond the repair of a root canal.
This simple procedure prevents further damage and will save you the time and money that you would have to spend on more serious and expensive treatments later on.
Essentially dental implants are replacement tooth roots and provide a strong foundation for fixed or removable teeth that are made to look exactly like your natural teeth.
A crown is essentially a cap that can be permanently bonded to your tooth for both protective and cosmetic purposes.
A dental bridge can “bridge the gap” in your smile that exists because one or more of your teeth have gone missing.
Accidents can happen, including dental accidents, and they shouldn’t be ignored. Knowing what to do when an accident happens, and getting dental care as quickly as possible, can make the difference in saving or losing a tooth.