When a tooth is infected, this could mean serious discomfort and without treatment, even the loss of a tooth or the spread of infection! To stop the infection and protect the smile, then your Kansas City, MO, dentist may suggest a root canal. This endodontic treatment could restore your tooth to full function, health, and beauty.
Unlike partials or full dentures, dental implants are not removable. Unlike bridges, they’re not held in place with crowns. Instead, they’re free standing and act like natural teeth! In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about how we create new teeth that look and function like real ones using implant dentistry.
A full denture isn’t always the best way to treat major tooth loss. If you have too many missing teeth to address with a dental bridge, but not enough to require a full denture, then a custom partial could be the best choice for you. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about how we restore smiles with a partial.
A complete set of dentures replace every tooth on one or both of your arches, so you enjoy full function and beauty again. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will talk about how we craft a set of dentures, and the different options we have to offer people a full and lifelike set of teeth.
Just because you have an uneven smile doesn’t mean you need to seek treatment with metal braces. Instead, your Kansas City, MO, dentist can design and craft a series of custom and clear aligners to address misalignment. Not only will they be nearly invisible, but they’re also convenient and removable too!
We strive to offer care for smiles of all ages in our community, and to do so with quality and precision. Which is why we never hesitate to embrace new technologies! In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about how we employ digital dentistry to help with everything from diagnosing smiles to guiding dental implants into place.
A dental emergency refers to damage or pain in your teeth, gums, or oral structures that isn’t life threatening, but still needs immediate attention. You should call us right away so we can find the best time to see you, even if the issue occurs outside of normal business hours. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO dentist explains how to respond to common dental emergency situations to ease discomfort.
If you’re injured in an accident or have one or more oral health issues that have grown severe, this could lead to damaged and missing teeth, as well as esthetic complications too. In order to rebuild your smile and improve overall function, health, and beauty, you may need a full mouth reconstruction. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist explains how we completely restore a smile!
If you have several gaps in your smile, a bridge may not be enough to provide a complete smile. However, what if you don’t have enough missing teeth to receive a full denture? In these situations, you may benefit from a partial denture. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about how we improve oral health and beauty with a partial.
When you suffer from severe tooth loss, this means you’re missing most or all of your natural teeth. To restore your smile to optimal function and beauty, and to ensure a lifelike appearance and chewing capability, then you may need a set of dentures. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about how we rebuild smiles with our full dentures.