What Is Dental Wear?

As we age, there is a natural and progressive breakdown that affects every part of the body, including our skin, bones, muscles, joints, internal organs, and even our brains. Unfortunately, teeth are not immune to the effects of aging. With age, it is perfectly normal for our teeth to show a certain amount of wear. However, some people experience wear above and beyond what is expected for age-related wear.

Composite Fillings For A Seamless Smile

Cavities are a common dental condition and easily treated with fillings. If you’ve had fillings done as a child or adult, you may have had the silver or amalgam type placed. While they work well and last for many years, you may not like how noticeable they are. Whether you are replacing an old filling or have a recent cavity that needs to be treated, we now offer tooth-colored fillings made of a composite resin. They are a popular alternative to the amalgam versions because, while they are durable and help protect your tooth from further damage, they also blend in with the natural color of your tooth.

The Next Best Thing To Natural Teeth

Do you have a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth that you would like to replace? Are you looking for a long-lasting solution to missing teeth, an alternative to dentures or a bridge? Many of our patients have turned to dental implants to restore missing or damaged teeth because it’s the next best thing to natural teeth for a number of reasons. Read more to find out why.

3 Reasons To Consider Implants

Have you been dealing with a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth? Are you a denture wearer looking for an alternative treatment? Patients often come to us looking for a permanent solution to their missing teeth that also looks and feels natural. While you may think this is a tall order, there is one particular restorative treatment that covers all the bases. Keep reading to learn more.