Restoring A Serious Cavity In One Visit With CEREC

restoring a tooth with a serious cavity in one visit with CERECWhat will it take to bring relief after you have developed a serious cavity? When tooth decay has become painful, it usually means that the problem has infiltrated your pulp, the tooth’s center. This is where its nerves are contained. All cavities great and small will require restorative work from your dentist. The first step will involve your dentist completely removing the infected material, including within your tooth’s pulp. Your tooth will need a dental crown after an involved restoration. When your dentist has CEREC technology, you can have your permanent crown placed on your tooth the day it is treated. This eliminates the period where you are dependent on a temporary crown. (more…)

Problems With Tooth Loss A Dental Implant Can Solve

problems with tooth loss a dental implant can solveFind yourself missing a tooth? As much as the idea of tooth loss can make a person self-conscious about their appearance, it can also be a negative influence on your health. This is because your tooth contributes to your overall oral health. You can suffer more wear and tear on certain teeth because you are working around this absence, and it leaves the teeth around it with less support. The loss of your tooth root can cause problems, too. Without the stimulation of a tooth root, your jawbone may start to deplete. A dental implant has the unique ability to restore not just the function of a tooth, but also the tooth root. (more…)

How Long Does It Take To Receive A Dental Crown?

how long does it take to receive a dental crownIn many dental offices, it can take at least two appointments before you have secured your dental crown. The space between those appointments can depend on how quickly the dental lab crafts your crown. However, when your dentist can offer CEREC technology, you can find yourself leaving your first appointment with your permanent crown. Your dentist can use CEREC to help you enjoy your restorative dental work sooner, and avoid leaving you dependent on a provisional crown while you wait for your permanent one. (more…)

What Is Invisalign?

invisalignDo you wish you had a more even smile, but don’t feel eager to wear metal orthodontics for 18 months to 2 years? We can provide a practically invisible alternative with Invisalign. What is Invislaign? This unique system corrects misalignment using clear plastic aligners instead of metal braces.