Category: Restorative Dentistry

A Root Canal Relieves Your Tooth Infection

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If you develop a toothache that will not go away after a day or so, seek professional treatment right away. This symptom may indicate a dangerous infection that risks spreading to other parts of your body. Tooth infections result from bacterial deposits that take hold in the pulp chamber. When these deposits enter your bloodstream,… Read more »

Seeking Relief For Your Sudden Toothache

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When you wake up with a toothache, it can put a damper on your entire day. Concentrating on basic activities becomes a real chore. You may not even be able to eat or drink without experiencing serious pain in your sensitive tooth. If these symptoms last more than a day, please call our office to… Read more »

We Provide Valuable Relief For Your Toothache

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A toothache can happen when you least expect it. The pain can become so severe that you have difficulty concentrating on anything else throughout your day. When this happens, get ahold of your dentist right away. Consistent dental pain is a common symptom of a serious tooth infection, and when left untreated, it can spread… Read more »

Why You Should Not Ignore Your Toothache

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If you wake up with a toothache that lasts for more than a day, let us know right away. Ignoring this symptom could lead to serious complications as permanent dental pain can indicate a bacterial infection. If left to fester, the infection risks spreading to other parts of your body, so make seeking treatment a… Read more »

Helping You Restore A Damaged Tooth

When decay or trauma injures one of your teeth, a timely repair can restore your smile’s function and appearance. While a chip to one of your teeth can have an immediate esthetic effect, restorative dental treatments help you prevent this damage from creating additional damage in the future. Any event that breaks the protective seal… Read more »

Dental Crowns Provide Sturdy Support For Damaged Smiles

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Restorative dentistry can help repair damage to your teeth to return their strength and beauty. If you have an injury that is beyond the scope of a dental filling, a crown can return the proper shape of your entire tooth above the gum line. By creating this durable replacement cap from the same composite resin… Read more »

Dental Crowns Provide Natural-Looking Results

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When you have sustained a damaged tooth, or if a painful cavity develops that a filling cannot address, then you need a dental restoration. With our custom crowns, we can repair teeth and even aid in replacing missing ones. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about our custom and lifelike dental crowns.

Root Canals Relieve The Pain Of Infection

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When you have an ache in one of your teeth that will not go away, this can indicate a serious bacterial infection. You should not ignore this sign, as left untreated, tooth infections can spread to other parts of your body. To prevent this possibility, let us know about your pain so we may diagnose… Read more »

The Value Of Your Sturdy Dental Crown

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When a tooth receives an injury beyond the reparative power of a dental filling, a crown can help restore your bite. We create these restorations from the same ceramic material that can match the shade of your smile. This means treating your tooth decay does not need to leave an unsightly presence inside your mouth…. Read more »

Taking Care Of Your Tooth Infection

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When you experience a constant ache in one of your teeth that will not go away, you should let your dentist know right away. This can be a symptom of a serious infection, that left alone could spread to other parts of your body. Fortunately, we could perform root canal therapy to remove bacteria from… Read more »