Category: Restorative Dentistry

A Cavity Can Be Treated Without Altering Your Smile

If a cavity forms, there will be permanent damage to your enamel. Even if the problem is caught early, something will have to be done about the spread of decay that has affected your tooth. Patients who learn they need restorative dental work can worry that treatment might permanently change their appearance. How will you… Read more »

Growing Concerned Over A Toothache? Talk To Your Dentist

When a tooth starts to hurt, it can feel like an inconvenience, but you may not see it as a serious concern right away. As the pain continues, you can grow increasingly alarmed at the thought something is really wrong with it, and with your overall oral health. Sunny Smiles is prepared to see patients… Read more »

Arranging A Root Canal Before Tooth Extraction Is Necessary

If your tooth is infected, is there any way it can be saved, or will it have to be extracted? Eventually, an infected tooth will reach a stage where treatment is not possible, and the only option left is to remove it so that it does not cause any more trouble for your overall oral… Read more »

We Use Dental Fillings That Imitate Healthy Tooth Enamel!

If you have to have treatment for a cavity, will the dental filling or crown you receive be a problem for your smile? In the past, you may have gone to a dentist’s office that provided restorations made from metal, which offer durability but stand out when placed on teeth. Sunny Smiles patients who experience… Read more »

3 Oral Health Issues We Can Address With A Dental Crown

While one person’s oral health troubles can differ from someone else’s, they could require the same form of restorative dental work. In many situations, your dentist can address an active problem through the placement of a dental crown. Crowns are often closely linked to treatment for tooth decay, but this is just one circumstance where… Read more »

Trusting A Root Canal To Stop An Issue With Tooth Pain

A tooth pain that refuses to subside should concern you. Problems with pain and sensitivity can be symptoms of an infection, which can occur if a tooth is injured or affected by a cavity. When too much time passes without treatment, enough harm can occur to leave an infected tooth past the point of saving…. Read more »

We Can Place A Dental Filling That Matches Your Enamel

If you have a cavity, some form of restorative dental work will need to take place to stop it from doing any more harm to your enamel. Patients who are consistent about scheduling dental exams can count on their dentist to spot signs of decay in their earlier stages. This early detection can ensure that… Read more »

Can A Dental Crown Address Flaws That Hurt Your Smile?

If a single tooth in your smile is misshapen, discolored, damaged, or undersized, it can be hard to feel confident in your appearance. Because they can be designed to imitate healthy teeth, dental crowns can actually help address these problems and make patients more comfortable in the way they look. The placement of these restorations… Read more »

How Root Canals Restore Teeth In Poor Health

In some situations, the treatment of a cavity will require more than just the placement of a dental filling. Over time, a cavity will cause increasing harm to your enamel. When the damage is severe enough, it will leave you vulnerable to the formation of an infection that causes discomfort while putting you at risk… Read more »

How Dental Bridges Close Smile Gaps Left By Missing Teeth

You may have a hard time smiling with any confidence if you are worried people will see the gap in your smile left by a missing tooth. Tooth loss can take a significant toll on your confidence, but it also creates issues for your oral health. More losses can occur after an initial loss, and… Read more »