Category: Restorative Dentistry

Why Do You Need Root Canal Treatment?

To some people, tooth decay doesn’t seem that serious. That’s because they may be able to treat it with a minimally invasive tooth filling and never have to worry about it again. However, for many patients, decay is a more serious condition that a tooth-colored filling may not be able to address. When patients at… Read more »

Why Root Canal Treatment Isn’t as Bad as You Think

Some things about your dental health are much more complicated than you might realize. For instance, what you think is just a minor toothache could actually be the systematic destruction of your tooth (in the form of tooth decay). However, sometimes, things that seem complex are much simpler and more convenient than they seem. For… Read more »

A Brief Look at Modern Tooth-Colored Fillings

When it comes to treating certain dental health issues, some things never change. For example, treating cavities has always involved removing the infection in a tooth and then replacing the lost tooth structure. However, today, the way in which most treatments are performed are far more advanced and offer many more benefits than ever before…. Read more »

When a Dental Crown Is Your Best Option

Aside from the technology used to design them and the materials used to make them, dental crowns haven’t changed very much since they were first created centuries ago. That’s because the way they’re designed to cap and protect teeth remains a highly effective and efficient way to address multiple types of tooth problems. For patients… Read more »

Why You Should Take Root Canal Treatment Seriously

Dealing with tooth infection (also known as tooth decay) is usually straight-forward. Your dentist removes the bacteria infecting your tooth and any tooth structure that is already decayed, then restores the tooth by replacing its lost structure. In minor cases, this can be accomplished with a tooth filling procedure. Yet, in more extensive cases, it… Read more »

Why Tooth Fillings Are So Effective

Tooth decay (the cause behind cavity development) still affects a majority of people at some point in their lives. However, cavities aren’t as destructive overall as they used to be thanks to advanced, highly biocompatible treatments such as tooth-colored fillings. A tooth filling is designed to stop a cavity from growing worse and strengthen your… Read more »

Could Your Denture Be Better?

Thanks to modern, highly lifelike dentures, patients who’ve lost all their teeth on the upper or lower dental ridge can still enjoy a lifetime of full, healthy, and beautiful smiles, complete with full bite function and restored confidence. However, patients who’ve worn dentures for a while are familiar with the few drawbacks, such as the… Read more »

Can a Dental Crown Replace a Missing Tooth?

Replacing missing teeth has always been an important focus of contemporary dentistry. When a tooth is lost, the consequences can be severe for the rest of your oral health, including bite problems, an eroding jawbone, and more. Traditionally, replacing a single lost tooth has always been the job of a dental bridge consisting of a… Read more »

A Few Truths About Root Canal Therapy

Treating dental issues, like internal tooth decay, is essential for several reasons. For instance, tooth decay is progressive, and if you don’t treat it quickly, it will only grow worse. Additionally, such issues can lead to high levels of discomfort, which can only be alleviated by addressing the problem. In the case of root canal… Read more »

A Few Facts About Fillings

Tooth fillings have been around almost as long as clinical dentistry itself (and perhaps longer), and today, they remain one of the most frequently recommended treatments. Part of the reason why is because cavities, the condition that fillings treat, are still the most common dental health issue around the world. The other reason is that… Read more »