Do you have pain in your jaw, or persistent headaches? If so, this could be related to a common oral health issue known as TMJ disorder, or TMD. In order to treat this issue and protect the smile from serious complications down the road, your Newhall, CA, dentist may recommend a custom-made oral appliance. Find out how we identify and treat TMD-related issues in today’s blog.
Do you have dental insurance or a flex spending account? If so, then you have funds and benefits that could simply vanish at the end of the year unless you use them! Don’t let these hard-earned benefits go away, use them to improve your smile’s health and beauty. Before the holiday season starts and your schedule becomes hectic, schedule an appointment with your Newhall, CA, dentist today.
When you lose a tooth, this means the risk of serious complications, from misalignment and loss of jawbone density to an aged appearance. In order to avoid these complications, your Newhall, CA, dentist may place dental implants, addressing minor and more severe cases of tooth loss. In order to place them with accuracy and precision, we may implement advanced technology to guide implant placement.
In less than two weeks, kids will be hitting their neighborhood in costume to obtain a horde of candy. While we love the Halloween holiday as much as everyone else, we also know that consuming too much candy means a greater risk of toothaches and tooth decay. However, your Newhall, CA, dentist has a few tips for safeguarding little smiles!
Of course, as dental professionals we’re focused on preserving natural teeth and ensuring our Newhall, CA, patients enjoy full and beautiful smiles. However, sometimes treating serious oral health concerns means removing a tooth, and this removal could help people avoid misalignment, infection, or damaged smiles. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about surgical tooth extraction.
Did you know that losing your natural teeth impacts much more than just your appearance? Over time, tooth loss could mean difficulties eating, speaking, and more. In order to help transform smiles with multiple missing teeth, we may suggest a set of dentures. When should you see your Newhall, CA, dentist for custom-made dental prosthetics?
When you lose one or more teeth, then you need a dental prosthetic to fill the gaps and return the smile to full function and appearance. In today’s blog, your Newhall, CA, dentist will explain how we create a custom and lifelike dental bridge, and why you should see us to address even very minor tooth loss.
When a tooth becomes broken or fractured, or develops a cavity or infection, then a restoration is needed to repair the tooth and prevent tooth loss. While restorations have been known to be made from metal, we offer our Newhall, CA, patients a lifelike alternative with our porcelain crowns. Find out how our crowns can provide such realistic restoration in today’s blog.
Just because you have a serious infection doesn’t mean conservative treatment options are unavailable. Our team can provide a solution that treats infected or abscessed teeth in as little as one visit, returning you to optimal health, function, and beauty. What should our Newhall, CA, dentists expect from an endodontic treatment known as root canal therapy?
If you have a cavity, you should seek treatment quickly to avoid the risk of an infected or abscessed tooth. While in the past, this meant you would be receiving a metal filling, your Newhall, CA, dentist has something more esthetically-pleasing in mind. Find out how we repair smiles and treat cavities with lifelike composite resin fillings.