Category: Restorative Dentistry

How Do We Place Dental Implants?

A dental implant doesn’t replace missing teeth like bridges or removable dentures. Instead, they act as new tooth roots, offering greater stability. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we place and restore dental implants, and why Greenville, TX, residents should see us to discuss replacing missing teeth.

Three Different Denture Options

If you lose a majority of your teeth, then you need more than a simple bridge to restore the function, health, and appearance of your smile. You need dentures. We have three different options available for our Greenville, TX, patients. How do they differ, and which one is right for your smile? Find out more… Read more »

A Bridge Could Address Your Minor Tooth Loss

Even if you lose a single tooth, this could mean the onset of serious complications. In addition to the embarrassment of an exposed gap in your smile, tooth loss could lead to misalignment, TMJ disorder, and more. Fortunately, we help restore smiles in Greenville, TX, with our lifelike bridges. How do we create and place… Read more »

Our Team Creates Crowns In One Day

At one time, a dental crown required between two and three visits to complete. Which meant a serious time commitment for Greenville, TX, patients. Fortunately, we provide a more convenient option for our patients. With CAD/CAM technology, we create and place a dental crown in just one visit. Let’s learn more about the CEREC system… Read more »

Conservative Treatment With Root Canal Therapy

If a tooth becomes infected, then treatment is necessary to preserve it and prevent tooth loss. To protect your smile, we offer a safe and conservative treatment option: root canal therapy. Find out how a root canal could restore a tooth in Greenville, TX, in just one visit. We’re also going to talk about steps… Read more »

Get A Filling And Help Prevent An Infection!

When a patient comes to us with an aching tooth, we often find the culprit to be tooth decay. With a lifelike dental filling, we treat the cavity and restore the tooth’s health. By treating cavities, patients avoid the onset of serious complications, such as dental infections. Find out how advanced tooth decay leads to… Read more »

Treating The Stages Of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is the destruction of your tooth’s structure. It is a progressive condition that will continue to worsen until it is treated. Unlike a cold or sprained ankle, tooth decay will not heal or get better on its own. Treating tooth decay is essential for your oral health. Without treatment, a condition that starts… Read more »

Why Should I Restore My Tooth?

If a tooth is facing decay or damage, it is important to restore it. Restoring a tooth means clearing away any bacteria or damaged pieces, rebuilding the structure, and restoring the function of the tooth. Doing so means protecting the smile’s health and integrity. Not restoring a tooth can lead to a loss of the… Read more »

Unexpected Causes Of Toothaches

Many people believe that the only causes of a toothache are a cavity or a broken tooth. While cavities caused by tooth decay are a common cause, there are several other things that may be causing your tooth to hurt. Each different cause will be treated differently in an effort to relieve the pain. Your… Read more »

Getting A Same-Day Dental Crown

When the surface of a tooth is weakened by decay, injury, or a root canal treatment, the healthy remains of the tooth may be weak and vulnerable. A dental crown acts like a permanent helmet to protect the rest of your natural tooth, so that you can continue on biting, chewing, and smiling. Traditionally, dental crowns are… Read more »