There are lots of things in life we can feel insecure about, but missing or damaged teeth shouldn’t be one of them. Whatever it is that’s holding you back from a smile you love – finances, fear of pain, lack of awareness – Dental Remedies is here, and we’ve got the solution you’ve been waiting for.
Dental decay, genetics, poor dental hygiene, injury…these are just a few of the reasons adults and children come to Dental Remedies for reconstructive dentistry services. Even though we know the importance of our teeth, we often don’t realize the significance of losing them until it’s too late.
Damaged or missing teeth make it difficult to eat your favorite foods, affect your facial structure and appearance and may prevent you from comfortably laughing and smiling – even among your loved ones. We understand.
Modern Dentistry for Modern Families
Modern dental technology makes it faster and easier than ever before to replace missing teeth. You have a wealth of options at your disposal, and our knowledgeable team will help you choose the right option for your lifestyle, budget and unique dental condition.
We use digital x-ray technology, state-of-the-art tools, anesthetics and other modern conveniences to create a seamless and relatively pain-free experience for our patients. You’d be surprised – most of our patients are 100% satisfied with their results and quickly resume eating and drinking their favorite foods.
We offer the following reconstructive dentistry services:
Composite Dental Fillings
Composite dental fillings are white or tooth-colored fillings that look and feel like your natural teeth. Composite dental fillings are safe, durable and offer different benefits, depending on your unique needs.
During your appointment, we’ll discuss the differences in detail and help you make an informed decision.
Root Canals and Tooth Extractions
Tooth extractions and root canals have come a long way since your parents and grandparents were kids. Horror stories in the dentist’s chair are a thing of the past! Today, we use an anesthetic to eliminate pain and modern dental tools to quickly and safely remove decay, extract damaged and unwanted teeth, and painful or inflamed root systems.
For most patients, the worst part is the anxiety leading up to their appointment. And guess what? Patients typically feel an immediate sense of relief after having an inflamed tooth pulled!
Crowns are semi-permanent prosthetic teeth that can be attached to damaged teeth or dental implants. Crowns are cemented to the natural tooth or implant, can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years, and give patients the ability to eat, drink and live normal lifestyles. You can choose from tooth-colored porcelain or ceramic crowns or more economic metal alloy options.
These dental restorations can be used to cap teeth that had a large cavity, protect weak teeth from breaking, to support a bridge or to replace teeth that have had root canals or are poorly shaped.
Full and Partial Dentures
The technology behind dentures has improved dramatically over the last several decades! It’s true – full and partial dentures will never feel exactly like your natural teeth, but they’re more comfortable and natural-looking than ever before.
Dentures make it possible for patients that are missing multiple teeth to retain their natural facial structure, maintain a more youthful appearance, eat and speak easily and enjoy the other pleasures afforded by natural teeth. Patients that have recently lost teeth or had them removed have likely experienced little bone loss and may be candidates for implant-supported dentures. Get in touch today to discuss your treatment options.
Dental implants are a medical miracle! These innovative devices consist of a titanium post that’s surgically attached to the jawbone, offering patients a permanent solution for missing teeth. They serve as the basis for a variety of related restorative devices, such as crowns, bridges, partial dentures and full dentures.
The best part about dental implants is that they function like the natural root of a tooth. They’re a permanent solution and will remain in place for the rest of your life, preventing bone loss and encouraging a healthy facial structure in the process.
If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may be a candidate for a dental bridge. A dental bridge is a fixed dental restoration that joins one or more artificial teeth to nearby teeth, or permanently to your jaw using a dental implant. Dental Remedies offers natural-looking porcelain and ceramic varieties.
We understand that choosing the “right” type of dental restoration for your unique situation can be overwhelming, confusing and costly. Our knowledgeable team understands and is waiting to discuss different treatment options that suit your lifestyle and budget.
When was your last check-up? If it’s been more than six months,
Contact Dental Remedies today to schedule an appointment!