Popular Questions

A: Daily use and abuse can wear out your grin and ruin your teeth.
Other factors, such as decay, injury, or aging, can weaken our teeth, harming our dental health as well as our overall health.
The therapies we give to repair the damage to your teeth are referred to as restorative dentistry.
Fillings, crowns, and root canal therapy are used to address cavities and other problems to tooth structure, while dental implants can help prevent the negative effects of missing teeth.
We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that will restore your healthy set of teeth, even if you have several restorative requirements.

A: A cavity is a medical problem that, if not treated promptly, can lead to more complicated and painful complications.
If you experience a toothache or sensitivity, you should have it evaluated for decay as soon as possible.
Preventive dental visits and basic oral hygiene on a daily basis are effective approaches to avoid cavities.
We use DIAGNOdent’s sophisticated technology to discover cavities early on; however, once decay has begun, a cavity is irreversible and must be repaired, either with a tooth-colored filling or, in more severe situations, root canal therapy.

A tooth can break due to decay, accident, disease, or other circumstances, leaving you with a broken grin, difficulty speaking or chewing, or oral health problems if the breaking is severe.
You may receive professional repairs to your fractured teeth with our comprehensive restorative dentistry services.
A dental crown is a porcelain material that is specifically shaped to heal and protect a broken tooth. It covers the entire exposed region of the tooth.
The porcelain is shaded to blend in with the surrounding teeth, making the crown nearly indistinguishable from a real tooth.

Allow us to assist you in regaining your good dental health if you are having many concerns with your overall oral health.
Full-mouth rehabilitation can help you embark on the road to better dental health.
Full-mouth rehabilitation, also known as comprehensive dental restoration or rejuvenation, is a staged treatment plan that lets you set an oral health goal and target problem areas to fix over time.
We’ll evaluate your case with digital X-rays, intraoral cameras, and DIAGNOdent to pinpoint decay.
Our technology will help us to thoroughly explain diagnoses and problem areas so you don’t have to pay for operations you don’t require.

If you’ve ever had a lost tooth, you know how inconvenient it is to eat and communicate without the necessary equipment, as well as the shame of having an incomplete smile.
Aside from these common problems, missing teeth induce alveolar atrophy, or jawbone weakening, and cause neighboring teeth to move out of place.
Because the jawbone no longer receives chewing stimuli from a tooth, alveolar atrophy develops.
Dental implants restore chewing sensation and prevent jawbone shrinking by fusing directly to the jawbone.
Dental implants also serve as a spacer, preventing neighboring teeth from moving to fill the gap left by a missing tooth.