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Fillings are an important restorative procedure performed to repair your tooth. Not only does a filling treat present tooth decay, it is also a procedure that helps maintain the health of your tooth, prevents further damage and discomfort, and preserves your smile. Your smile is our priority!
A dental crown is also called a cap. Our office uses a material called Porcelain. Porcelain's ceramic material makes your teeth 10x stronger than your natural enamel.
Crowns can help strengthen a tooth to help it withstand chewing forces. They can also be used to hold together what is left of the natural tooth if a cavity is too big. In some instances when there isn’t enough tooth structure left to support the crown, a build-up has to be done. This build up gives the tooth enough material for the crown to sit on.
We can customize crowns to look just like your natural teeth. Some people use them for cosmetic purposes. Because the material never changes color, these patients never have to whiten their teeth.
Crowns are custom made to fit each tooth so there are always at least 2 visits involved when getting them.
A dental bridge can replace a missing tooth or teeth. One of the most common bridges uses the teeth directly before and after the missing tooth/teeth to hold the replacement in place. This is a very appropriate treatment if there is already existing decay or issues with those supporting teeth.
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms or have an immediate dental issue, don’t hesitate to contact us!
The purpose of a filling is to seal a hole or cavity in the tooth. By doing so, further damage, tooth loss, and the possibility of pain from infection are prevented.
When a filling is required, the dentist will first numb the area, remove decay, and disinfect for any remaining bacteria.
Following this procedure, the dentist sculpts tooth-colored material, filling and replacing the removed area, and mimicking your original tooth.
A cavity is the decay of a tooth that causes the breakdown of enamel.
Sugar in what we eat and drink reacts with the plaque on our teeth. The bacteria that is in the plaque makes an acid that attacks tooth enamel. Over time, the enamel breaks down, leaving the tooth exposed which can cause pain and discomfort.
Signs and symptoms of a cavity
Treatment: Treatment for a cavity depends on the severity of decay. In some cases, a fluoride mouthwash can help restore the enamel of your tooth. In severe cases, a filling may be necessary. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are experiencing symptoms of a cavity.
You can do several things to help prevent tooth decay.
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