In the past, the process of restoring a tooth with a custom crown took between two and three visits. However, our team understands that our patients already have hectic schedules, and can’t afford multiple to visits to address their dental concerns. Which is why your Greenville, TX, dentist uses the CEREC system to create and place a dental crown in only one visit!
When you think root canal, you probably envision all of the jokes and inaccurate rumors that paint it as an uncomfortable experience. However, most people find the process comparable to a filling placement, a comfortable and safe means of restoring smiles. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist explains how we provide root canals to stop infections!
When a cavity forms, whether due to injury or poor oral hygiene, you could suffer toothaches that grow worse with time, and the risk of an infection. However, to prevent infections and put a stop to painful aches, we may suggest a restoration. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will explain how we treat cavities with restorations like fillings, inlays, or crowns.
Just because you have crooked and crowded teeth, or teeth that overlap, doesn’t mean that metal braces are the only possible solution. In fact, your Greenville, TX, dentist may be able to reposition your uneven teeth without the need for metal brackets or wires. In today’s blog, we’re looking at clear Invisalign® aligners!
One or more custom porcelain veneers could be used to offer your smile a much needed makeover, addressing multiple issues at once. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will explain how we transform the beauty of your smile, including the color and shape of each tooth, in just two visits.
Our last blog focused on how we use professional teeth whining to brighten stained smiles by multiple shades. But what if you have issues with the shape or surface of your teeth, such as chips or pits and grooves? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist looks at how we sculpt your smile in one visit with bonding and contouring.
A number of different factors could cause teeth stains to form, from the foods and drinks we consume, to poor oral hygiene habits and even smoking. But what can you do to rid your smile of discoloration? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will look at four very different methods of removing stains and helping you enjoy brighter smiles!
If you have a tooth that is even slightly chipped, it can cause you considerable embarrassment. Visible dental damage creates problems for the symmetry of your smile, and it can be a flaw that is conspicuous enough to make you uncomfortable smiling or speaking for fear of revealing it! At our Greenville, TX dentist’s office, we are prepared to treat problems with teeth that are chipped, cracked, or flawed in some other way. Our cosmetic dental services include dental bonding treatments, which discreetly fix flaws in your appearance without the need for permanent restorations. Before moving forward with any procedure, we can perform a careful evaluation to see if this procedure is the right one for you. (more…)
By taking good care of your teeth on a daily basis, and being consistent with your routine dental exams, you can avoid the permanent dental damage caused by a cavity. Our Greenville, TX dentist’s office is prepared to help our patients stay safe against decay so that they can avoid problems that demand restorative dental treatment. Unfortunately, many people will experience at least one cavity in the course of their life, meaning they will have to have work done to return a tooth to good health. To complete a cavity treatment, a dental filling or dental crown will have to be placed on a tooth. When you continue to practice good oral hygiene habits, you can count on that restoration to stay secure and in good condition so that your tooth remains protected. (more…)
The discomfort you feel at the idea of seeing your dentist can actually make you more likely to experience problems that require oral health care. People with dental anxiety may choose to avoid dental checkups. This makes them vulnerable to tartar buildup, gum disease, and tooth decay. Over time, a cavity that forms and gradually worsens can start to cause significant discomfort and make root canal therapy necessary! At our Greenville, TX dentist’s office, we are proud to create a comfortable environment even for those patients who struggle with unease. Through dental sedation, we can keep you comfortable in the dentist’s chair, even when you come to us in need of more involved restorative dental work. (more…)