Emergency Dental Care
Any injury to teeth or gums should not be ignored. Nerves or blood vessels could be damaged. Plus, there is also the risk of getting an infection. If an infection is not treated, it can spread to other parts of the head and neck and cause serious health problems. Getting broken or knocked out teeth repaired and treated as soon as possible after an injury is the best thing to do. One of the most common problems that require immediate emergency dental care is pain, and a toothache has myriad causes:
- Tooth decay
- Abscessed tooth
- Fractured tooth
- Infected gums
- Damaged fillings
Other Services We Provide
Dental or teeth cleanings are an essential part of keeping your mouth, and the rest of your body, disease-free.
Dental cleanings are necessary for two main reasons: to prevent tooth loss and diseases in the rest of the body. Teeth cleanings remove the buildup of plaque and tartar. While this buildup is for the most part natural, too much of it leads to gum disease. Teeth cleanings serve to level the playing field by keeping things in check.
If you are considering teeth whitening to help reinvigorate a smile tainted by discoloration, professional, in-office teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world today. Unlike home-use systems that incorporate low-dose bleaching agents, in-office whitening takes place under carefully monitored conditions which allow for the safe, controlled, pain-free use of a relatively high concentration of bleaching gel, yielding results that are visible immediately.
Abscessed Tooth Treatment
During teeth cleanings and regular checkups, abscesses can be identified early on and treated accordingly. An abscess is a painful swelling caused by an infection in either the gum or inside a tooth. In order to cure a gum abscess, our dentist will need to thoroughly clean the area, allow the trapped pus to escape, and treat the infection with antibiotics. If it's a tooth abscess, the formation of a fistula will determine the course of action, be it drainage, a root canal, an extraction or surgery.
If Invisalign is not appropriate for you, you can always use traditional metal braces. This type of braces is a more affordable, yet high-maintenance option. There are many other types of teeth straightening alternatives, such as:
Invisalign is a treatment that straightens your teeth without worrying about how you will look with metal braces on. If there are gaps between your teeth or if they are crooked or misaligned, your smile may not look as good as you'd like it to. Fortunately, now there is an effective treatment that will straighten your teeth to give you the star-quality smile you've always dreamed of: Invisalign. This innovative teeth straightening system consists of custom-fitting, clear plastic aligners that not only straighten your teeth, but can also be removed to make oral hygiene, eating and drinking simple and easy.
Crowns, also known as caps, are tooth-shaped covers placed over a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed. Crowns may be applied on a tooth that has been broken or severely damaged by decay, and because of this, a filling can't replace enough of the tooth or strengthen it enough. A crown may hold together parts of a cracked tooth and hold a bridge in place. Crowns may also be used to improve appearance by covering misshapen or badly discolored teeth.
For your greater convenience, all our services are carried out with precision and care. Visit our clinic in , , and speak to our dentist. We will be happy to help you.