We have remedies for oral infection, injury, and tooth loss.
If you’ve experienced tooth decay, gum disease, a traumatic injury, or anything that’s resulted in your smile being a source of pain instead of joy, you might feel like there’s little hope in restoring your self-confidence and oral health. Maybe you’ve researched your options, but fear has kept you from seeking the care you need. Whether it’s because of negative past experiences or worries that treatment will be extensive and unaffordable, we’d like to address your concerns and help you reach what’s on the other side of oral maladies. A strong, beautiful smile awaits you!
If you’ve got a cavity, we can remove the damaged tooth structure and restore strength and beauty to your smile with a discreet tooth-colored filling.
Tooth decay, the cause of cavities, is the result of enamel erosion. This erosion is caused by the acids of your chosen foods and beverages meeting bacteria.
A diligent oral hygiene routine and pH-balanced diet are your best defenses against tooth decay. If decay does manage to claim one or more of your teeth, we can help!
If decay has taken more of your tooth structure than an average filling can restore, an inlay or onlay may be a restorative option for you.
Inlays and onlays are the restorative measure between fillings and crowns. An inlay can repair the inner cusp of your molar, and an onlay can extend beyond those ridges.
The materials used to create your inlay or onlay can be the same strong composite resin used to craft fillings, or contain metal, porcelain, and zirconia.
The visible part of your tooth is called your crown, and if it experiences severe decay, cracks, or breaks, restoring your smile may call for a new crown.
Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that are designed to look, feel, and function just like a natural crown. Impressions help us craft the fit that’s just right for you!
With a little preparation, your new crown, made of either metal fused to porcelain, all porcelain, or zirconia, will get you back to smiling and eating confidently.
If you’re living with a missing tooth, a bridge might be the restoration that fills the gap and gives you back your bite. There are four different types of bridges.
We can place traditional, cantilever, Maryland, and implant-supported bridges at Today’s Family Dental. We’re happy to help you select which type is right for you.
Implant-supported bridges have the benefit of replacing your missing tooth root, which keeps your jawbone strong and able to function optimally, potentially for a lifetime.
If you’ve lost several or all your natural teeth, we know the loss can be traumatic and make you feel alone. However, 36 million Americans are living without any teeth.
The loss does not have to be permanent. The denture solutions dentistry offers today are more comfortable, natural-looking, and durable than the dentures of decades past.
Whatever caused the loss can be fought. You can have a beautiful smile that lets you get back to eating your favorite foods and smiling without fear or embarrassment.
Despite their bad reputation, root canals are performed very frequently in dental offices around the globe, with most patients reporting no more discomfort than the placement of a filling.
It’s actually the infection within your tooth that can cause an immense amount of pain. Removing the infection provides relief and can prevent tooth loss.
We can keep your tooth root in place by making a small access hole in your crown to remove the infected tissue, sterilize the chamber, then restore your tooth with a crown.
We want your dental appointments to be free from anxiety from start to finish—from the moment you contact us to schedule to the moment you’re heading back to your busy life after your appointment. For your relaxation, we offer flat-screen TVs or music you can focus on while we work.
T.D.P. is our Dental Discount Plan. Ask us for details!
Advanced technology offers more comfortable experiences and precise treatment planning. We utilize pain-free dental injections, intraoral cameras, and digital x-rays in our offices.