If you begin to experience sensitivity in your teeth, especially when eating or drinking hot/cold foods and drinks, please let your Gladstone, MO, dentist know. Tooth sensitivity could be linked to decay and mean that treatment is crucial for avoiding infection. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the causes of sensitive teeth and how we treat them with artistic restorations.
When a tooth becomes cracked, chipped, or worn down, or suffers from issues with the shape or color, then a restoration may be the answer. Bu when should we place a crown, inlay, onlay, or veneer for our Liberty, MO, patients? In today’s blog, we’re looking at when you should see your dentist for a restoration.
Do you frequently experience pain in your jaw, such as popping or clicking? Do you have headaches that occur regularly? If so, then this may be related to your oral health. Seeing your Smithville, MO, TMJ specialist can help you enjoy a healthier smile, and fewer uncomfortable symptoms. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the causes of TMJ disorder (also known as TMD) and how we can treat the issue.
Have you lost a tooth? If so, don’t live with an embarrassing gap in your smile, one that could eventually lead to oral health complications. Instead, contact your Parkville, MO, dentist to discuss possible solutions to your tooth loss, such as dental implants. In today’s blog, we’re going to answer a few frequently asked questions about dental implants.
For those with multiple missing teeth, difficulties eating may develop, as well problems speaking clearly. Embarrassment with the smile’s appearance is also common. In order to address missing teeth and help our Riverside, MO, patients enjoy full and beautiful smiles, we may prescribe a set of dentures. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the differences between two different types of denture, full and partial.
If you have between one and three missing teeth in a row, then you may need a prosthetic. Otherwise, missing teeth could lead to serious complications. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how your Gladstone, MO, dentist addresses tooth loss with a custom-made and long-lasting dental bridge. In addition, we’ll find out how you can ensure they last for several years.
In our last blog, we talked about providing our Liberty, MO, patients with natural looking fillings. However, what if someone comes to us in need of a more substantial restoration? Again, we can fix the issue in as little as one visit. Using digital technology and an onsite milling machine, we can offer same-day crowns to return smiles to optimal health, function, and beauty.
As part of our approach to restorative dentistry, we offer lifelike dental fillings. Not only do they stop the progression of tooth decay, but they also help you avoid the onset of a painful dental infection. How do we place these natural looking restorations, and when should you see your Kansas City, MO, dentist for restorative care?
If you develop a cavity or a dental infection, or if your teeth become worn down or damaged, then you need to talk to your Independence, MO, dentist about restorative dentistry. Using custom dental restorations made from strong and lifelike materials, we can help improve the health, function, and yes, even the appearance of your smile.
We all enjoy bright smiles, however, our daily habits and other factors often lead to brown or yellow discoloration to form on our teeth. Fortunately, we offer different options to brighten smiles for our Smithville, MO, patients. How do we brighten teeth, and what actions can we take to keep our smiles bright and avoid serious discoloration?