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Cracked Tooth Treatment

Do You Have A Cracked Tooth? Whether superficial, structural, or painful damage, seek treatment now! Anyone who's ever had a cracked tooth can tell you that it can be a distressing situation. However, tooth cracks (fractures) are easily fixable with a range of effective and modern options. Call us today at (916) 331-6288 to schedule an appointment! What causes a cracked tooth? Cracked teeth can result from many different situations. [...]

Cracked Tooth Treatment2021-08-17T08:00:43-07:00

Dead Tooth FAQs

What To Know About A Dead Tooth What is a dead tooth? A dead tooth is a commonly used phrase for a tooth that has lost its blood flow and nerve function. Other terms for this condition include non-vital, pulpless, or necrotic teeth. What causes it? A dead tooth can occur whenever the tooth pulp becomes compromised. The structure of a tooth is made up of three distinct layers: enamel, [...]

Dead Tooth FAQs2021-08-03T08:00:33-07:00

Tooth Sensitivity

Is Tooth Sensitivity Causing Problems? Find Treatment for Tooth Pain and Discomfort Tooth sensitivity can be a recurring issue that results in pain or discomfort when eating the foods you love! Don't live with the irritation and sensitivity any longer. Call (916) 331-6288 for a consultation. Tooth sensitivity may have several different causes, but it's usually due to some variety of damage or decay to your teeth. Possible Causes of [...]

Tooth Sensitivity2021-07-06T08:00:42-07:00

Inlays and Onlays for Your Teeth

To Repair Damage and Restore Function Inlays and Onlays help your teeth look and perform their best! Inlays and onlays are both dental restorations to repair damaged teeth or larger cavities. They are often the best choice when chewing teeth (molars or bicuspids) that already have a filling experience more decay in the affected area. The main difference between an inlay and onlay is the portion of the tooth they [...]

Inlays and Onlays for Your Teeth2021-05-04T08:00:57-07:00

Cosmetic Bonding & Smile Makeovers

Cosmetic Bonding in Antelope, CA Fix minor imperfections or completely transform your smile! When teeth show signs of aging, cosmetic bonding can provide dramatic results! Like many other types of cosmetic dentistry, bonding can be used as subtly or extensively as you desire. We can use the composite tooth-colored material to fix minor imperfections, or completely transform teeth with a smile makeover. We place the bonding material in a thin [...]

Cosmetic Bonding & Smile Makeovers2021-02-16T08:00:00-08:00

How To Get Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Antelope, CA We can use implants to anchor crowns, bridges, or dentures. Dental implants are the strongest treatment method available to replace missing teeth, and typically it is a two-step process. First, we use a medical-grade titanium implant as a replacement root. Then, we use the implants to anchor restorations like crowns, bridges, or dentures. The results? Patients who receive implants can expect greatly improved chewing ability, [...]

How To Get Dental Implants2021-02-09T08:00:44-08:00

Crowns & Bridges: How They Work

A missing tooth is more than just a hindrance to normal chewing, and more than a cosmetic bother. It's a threat to the entire architecture of your mouth. The mouth is dynamic. Where there is a missing tooth, neighboring teeth drift, gum disease may crop up, even the unprotected bone ridge is susceptible to damage. So replacing a missing tooth with a bridge, or repairing a broken down tooth with [...]

Crowns & Bridges: How They Work2020-04-21T08:00:27-07:00

Inlays, Onlays, & Crowns

What is the difference between Inlays, Onlays, and Crowns? They all strengthen and repair a damaged tooth, but generally, the type of restoration we use is determined by the extent of the damage. Inlays - Inlays are used when a cavity has grown too big to be treated with a traditional filling. Made of porcelain and milled to perfectly fit your tooth, the inlay lies within the cusps of the [...]

Inlays, Onlays, & Crowns2019-12-23T08:00:53-08:00

Coping with Cracked Tooth Syndrome

If there's anything good to be said about a broken tooth, it's that the cause of the problem is pretty obvious. The same can't always be said when a tooth develops a crack, which can be sometimes too small to even be seen with the naked eye. In fact, researchers have compiled case histories to develop a "cracked tooth syndrome" profile. Who? The potential for crack rises with age. Past [...]

Coping with Cracked Tooth Syndrome2019-07-02T08:00:16-07:00
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