When our patients experience tooth loss, we know it can be a difficult process, but we are here every step of the way to restore your tooth and give you a smile you can be proud to show off. While you may not have experienced tooth loss at this point in your life, there is a chance that you or a loved one may experience it in the future. Our goal is to help our patients choose a tooth replacement option that will be beneficial to their lifestyle. We want to share some information about some of the tooth replacement options we offer, as we know the decision can be overwhelming. Read on to learn more.
Do you have a missing tooth and are wondering if you should replace it? Patients are often eager to replace a front tooth as soon as possible but don’t have the same sense of urgency when replacing a back tooth. It is equally as important to replace a front tooth as it is to replace a back tooth. The only teeth that don’t need to be replaced are wisdom teeth and teeth that are removed for orthodontic purposes.
One of the most common treatments that patients need to restore their oral health is a dental crown. Are you or a loved one in need of a dental crown, and you have been postponing your appointment? It can be unnerving to need a dental procedure, especially if you are unfamiliar with the treatment. We want to share more about dental crowns and the importance of being diligent with scheduling and receiving the treatment. Read on to learn more about how a dental crown can restore your oral health.
Have you or a loved one experienced tooth loss and have yet to choose a tooth replacement option? We know that dealing with tooth loss, whether it is from severe decay, a medical condition, or trauma to the mouth, can leave patients with many emotions. It can be overwhelming to choose a tooth replacement option while experiencing these feelings and trying to determine the expense as well as the need for your lifestyle. Although we provide a number of wonderful options to replace teeth, there is one choice that is popular among patients and provides a number of benefits. Read on to learn more about dental implants and how they can restore your smile.