When you have a tooth that suffers from severe decay or infection, or if you have wisdom teeth ready to erupt, then an extraction may be necessary. This safe and comfortable procedure could help protect your smile from further complications and discomfort. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about the tooth extraction process.
Category: Restorative Dentistry
When a tooth is infected, this means an injury or tooth decay has exposed your inner pulp. Without treatment, the infection could not only mean aching teeth, but could cause tooth loss too. To preserve the tooth and keep your smile whole, your Cleveland, TX, dentist could offer root canal treatment.
When you have a cavity, this could eventually cause toothaches. But without treatment, this could mean a dental infection or even the loss of a tooth! Don’t let the stability of your smile suffer because of a cavity. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about the dangers of ignoring a cavity and how… Read more »
As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, a bridge addresses one to the teeth in a row. A full denture replaces every tooth on one or both arches. But what about in between? What about several smaller gaps spread out across your smile? In these situations, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about partial dentures.
When a tooth becomes severely decayed or infected, or you have wisdom teeth threatening to erupt, we could protect your smile from serious complications using a tooth extraction. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about how we safeguard smiles with a safe and gentle tooth removal, and what the procedure involves.
When you need a dental crown to treat your smile, you may assume this means two to three visits to complete. But with CAD/CAM CEREC technology, our team can create and place a custom dental crown in a single visit. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about our single-visit crowns.
When a tooth develops an infection, often the result of an untreated cavity or possibly a damaged tooth, this means treatment is crucial to avoid missing teeth. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist will talk about when a root canal procedure is necessary, and how we provide this safe and gentle procedure.
When you have a cavity in your smile, this could mean toothaches and even the onset of a painful infection! Which is why we want to treat your cavity with a lifelike and metal-free dental filling. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about how we offer natural-looking fillings with composite resin.
When you are suffering from tooth decay, it is essential to act quickly. The sooner your dentist is able to treat it all the better. If left untended, decay can turn into an infection which can be very painful and can even require an extraction if it gets bad enough. Because of this, it is… Read more »
We understand that you would like to keep all of your teeth. After all, many of our general oral health efforts — like brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist for checkups — have maintaining a healthy, full smile as the primary motivation. Sometimes, however, removing a tooth is the best possible course of action. When… Read more »