Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

Should A Dental Crown Be Used To Address A Smile Problem?

After suffering an injury, or an advanced cavity, your tooth might need a dental crown. What you might not realize is that crowns can sometimes be used to help improve a person’s smile, even if they have not suffered a problem with their oral health. If you have a tooth that is smaller, weaker, or… Read more »

Why You Might Need A Root Canal For An Injured Tooth

You might assume that root canal treatments are only necessary when you have a cavity, but they may be an important part of your treatment if you experience a dental injury. The purpose of a root canal is to eliminate a problem that has developed in the interior of your tooth. When you suffer dental… Read more »

Planning Advanced Care For Your Smile

For patients who are dealing with an accumulation of problems, or a particular problem that has gone without treatment for too long, advanced care may be needed. In addition to providing routine preventive and restorative oral health services, your dentist can work with you when you need more involved support. Because our dental practice provides… Read more »

Making Valuable Smile Improvements With Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are well-known to patients, but they may not have a clear idea of what situations call for them, or how effective they can be at restoring a person’s smile. Crowns are not always used in cavity treatment, but they are needed when you suffer more decay than can be treated with a dental… Read more »

3 Helpful Facts You Should Know About Dental Fillings

Because tooth decay is a common problem, many people have had to undergo restorative dental work to fix a cavity. You may already have at least one restoration. Dental fillings are commonly used to repair teeth that have suffered decay. The filling is needed because, unfortunately, our teeth are not able to recover from a… Read more »

Will A Cavity Always Cause Tooth Pain?

Will a cavity always cause tooth pain? If you receive the appropriate restorative dental treatment in time, you can take care of the problem before it creates discomfort. The reason tooth decay can cause your tooth to ache, or become sensitive, is because your cavity will eventually work its way from your enamel to your… Read more »

Ignoring A Chipped Or Cracked Tooth Can Lead To Big Trouble

A seemingly minor chip or crack in your tooth can turn into a bigger problem that leads to serious oral health troubles, and problems with your smile. Even if you are not experiencing active pain because of superficial damage, it is worth bringing to your dentist’s attention. Your dentist can offer advanced restorative dental work… Read more »

We Take Tooth Pain Seriously – You Should, Too

A nagging pain in your tooth can be a nuisance, but you should know that it can also be a symptom of a serious problem. One cause of persistent tooth pain is an infection in the interior of the tooth. This is often caused by an advanced cavity, but dental damage can also be responsible,… Read more »