We want to help our Tucson, AZ, patients enjoy optimal oral health. Which means when they see us for damaged or decayed teeth, then we may suggest a dental crown. With advanced digital technology and CAD/CAM systems, we can place a crown in just one visit. How do we create these same day crowns?
Did you enjoy your Valentine’s Day celebrations? Like us, you probably received a number of sugary sweets, such as candy and chocolates. However, we hope you know that eating too much candy could impact more than just your waistline. In order to safeguard smiles in Tucson, AZ, against cavities, we may suggest preventive care.
If you have a cavity, you receive a filling. If your teeth are stained, you may need teeth whitening. But what if you have several issues with your smile, and not just minor ones? For patients in Tucson, AZ, with serious oral health concerns, such as missing teeth and misalignment, we may suggest a full mouth reconstruction.
For patients with tooth loss, we have multiple options for addressing tooth loss, such as bridges and dentures. However, for the most secure and lifelike option, we may prescribe our Tucson, AZ, patients dental implants. In today’s blog, we’re going to take a look at the placement process and talk about the three parts of a dental implant.
When people talk to us about their crooked or crowded teeth, many assume metal braces are the only option for correcting their smile. However, we have a cosmetic alternative to correct alignment. Invisalign® employs clear plastic aligners to correct the smile and offer a number of benefits for patients in Tucson, AZ.
We’ve talked about how whitening brightens teeth and bonding fixes minor damage, but what if one treatment could completely transform a smile’s appearance? With our cosmetic porcelain veneers, we have the ability to alter a tooth’s shape and color, often in just one visit. Let’s look at the benefits veneers offer our Tucson, AZ, patients.
If you chip a tooth, then you may wonder what repair will involve. Well, we help our Tucson, AZ, patients enjoy natural looking smile repair using cosmetic treatment options. With dental bonding, we can transform and reshape a tooth in just one sitting! How does dental bonding repair damaged smiles?