For people who develop cavities, the best way to protect their smiles is to treat those cavities as soon as possible, and with the most biocompatible material available. In many cases, that means a tooth-colored filling, which not only fills the cavity but also offers a wealth of benefits when compared to more traditional, metal… Read more »
Category: Restorative Dentistry
A problem like dental decay is something to be concerned about, but should that concern extend beyond the tooth in question? If you go for an extended period without treatment for an advanced tooth problem, that tooth’s neighbors could face a risk for trouble, as bacteria can spread. If you have an oral health problem… Read more »
When you’re feeling a bit down and out about your oral health because you know something is wrong, it’s easy to try to sweep the problem under the rug. You tell yourself that maybe it will get better, maybe it will go away, maybe you’re just imagining things. The truth is, it’s probably time for… Read more »
What’s your smile like these days? Are you feeling good about it or are you somewhere on the other end of the spectrum? We know that if what you’re dealing with is enough to cause you to feel frustrated and like it is perhaps too late to salvage your oral health, then it is time… Read more »
We have an advanced and lifelike option for replacing missing teeth: dental implants. Using implant technology, we can address a single lost tooth or secure a prosthetic, such as a bridge or even a full denture. What benefits do dental implants offer? How do you place them?
Are you thrilled that there’s a way to repair your smile when things go wrong? Does this make you feel any less shy about caring for your smile? If not, we encourage you to consider some advice from your Corona dentist. You will find that becoming familiar with how to identify problems with your oral… Read more »
Sometimes, simply replacing a tooth or improving its appearance isn’t enough to address the scope of your dental problems. Patients who have significant problems with their mouths’ function due to traumatic injury, congenital disorders, or damage from severe dental diseases may require more extensive treatment to restore their smile’s function and beauty. Today, we explore… Read more »