Category: Restorative Dentistry

Enjoy the Holidays with Teeth Restoration

Are you suffering from dental discomfort when you try to enjoy your favorite Christmastime snacks? Is even the best of spiced ciders causing you to wince in pain, or are you shying away from your favorite Christmas cookies for fear of sensitivity? Are you embarrassed to pose for photos at your company party, because of… Read more »

Is It Time to Update Your Dental Prostheses?

Are you growing weary of mealtimes feeling frustrating because of an ill-fitting dental prostheses, or even shifting as you chew? Has your once great denture, started to feel too small, or simply misshapen for your smile? Many people don’t realize that the smile can begin to change over time, particularly when several teeth have been… Read more »

Do You Have a Dental Cavity?

Are you worried that you might be struggling with a dental cavity? Many patients experience warning signs, when they are struggling with dental cavities, symptoms that can help them discover the presence of a problem before it has had a chance to progress to the point of requiring extensive restorative treatment. It certainly helps, though,… Read more »

Does Your Smile Need a Dental Crown?

Many people still think of dental crowns as metal fixtures that are easily spotted and often uncomfortable, as well. However, modern dentistry provides a number of ways to treat dental issues, including several options that are more discreet than metal crowns, and often more comfortable as well. That is great news for patients that might… Read more »

Do You Have Questions About Implants?

Losing your teeth can have a negative impact on both the health and appearance of your smile, increasing the risk of misalignment, tooth decay, gum disease, facial collapse, and even further tooth loss. Fortunately, we can offer a strong and lifelike option for replacing your missing teeth with dental implants. Do you have questions about… Read more »

About Those Tooth Cracks

Are you having a hard time figuring out whether what looks like a crack in your tooth is something that is seriously damaging to your oral health – or if it’s nothing to worry about at all? Of course, the best response we can give you is that you can find out once and for… Read more »