Have you found out that your tooth is on its last leg (metaphorically speaking, of course) and it needs some serious attention? Fortunately, we offer beautiful dental crowns to save seriously damaged or high-risk teeth. While you are likely quite relieved to find out we can offer a restorative treatment to prevent the need for a tooth extraction, you will probably also find that you still have some questions about crowns. To achieve a comfort level regarding your upcoming visit, we encourage you to learn more about crown with the following information. Keep in mind, we are always happy to answer additional questions during your visits.
Is there something about the fireworks, warm weather, and smiles on everyone’s face that makes you feel quite content once the 4th of July rolls around? If so, consider spending your evening in celebration with your fellow community members for a truly enjoyable time. Friends and family of all ages are welcome, of course, for this spectacular event.
Your tooth may suffer a wide variety of problems as the result of a surprisingly wide array of contributing factors. When it comes to damaged tissue, common culprits may include tooth decay or trauma that may be the result of an impact to your tooth, whether during sports or when you bite down on something much too tough for your teeth. Beyond the cause, your tooth may end up missing tissue in a unique manner that warrants the use of an inlay or onlay. Not quite sure about these restorative treatments but you’re ready to learn more? Read the following:
As with any suggestion you receive from someone, you probably want to feel extremely certain that you need a dental filling to save your tooth. Rather than wonder about the urgency associated with fillings, it is better to feel completely informed, so you feel confident about your decision to follow our advice and visit us as soon as you can to take care of your tooth decay. Keep in mind, we will happily answer any additional questions you may have. In the meantime, discover the answers to some of your current concerns with the following Q&A session:
Committed care is an excellent way to keep your smile intact and healthy. However, there is no certain way to keep your smile protected against every potential problem, even though preventive care goes quite a long way. For problems that range from sudden accidents that damage your tooth tissue to infections or decay, we offer restorative dentistry to repair your smile. It’s important to recognize that the sooner we repair problems and restore your oral health, the less likely you are to suffer from long-term side effects and damage. Ready to learn more about how restorative care restores your smile and protects you for the future? Consider the following:
Do you feel like you spend a significant amount of your summer trying to find something interesting to engage your younger children? If so, worry no more. Your Tomball community has something extra special and fun to offer your children throughout the warm, summer vacation months, so you can start filling up your calendar and carving out a little time for yourself in the meantime.
Have you found that you feel unhappy with your smile? Is the source of your dissatisfaction related to yellowing or general discoloration? If so, you have access to a cosmetic treatment commonly sought after by many patients other than yourself. Fortunately, teeth whitening will address your discoloration, leading you toward a brighter, whiter, more pleasing smile that you can feel proud to call your own. Ready to learn more about what you can expect and why your smile is looking so lackluster? Consider the following: