If you find yourself faced with a serious dental emergency, such as a broken tooth or a severe fracture in one, then you may need a crown. A dental restoration helps prevent further complications, and can be designed to blend with your smile too. With advanced CAD/CAM technology, your Tucson, AZ, dentist can create one in a single visit.
At the moment, our office is currently closed to general, preventive, and elective procedures, such as cosmetic dentistry. However, your Tucson, AZ, dentist can still address dental emergencies as they arise, protecting your smile from worsening discomfort and complications. In today’s blog, we’re looking at common situations that call for treatment, and what your initial response should be.
We’re talked about keeping your smile free of cavities at home, but did you know that you can also safeguard your gums against issues like gingivitis and periodontal disease as well? In today’s blog, your Tucson, AZ, dentist talks about how a few simple changes to your daily routine could help protect your smile from periodontal issues.
We know that many people find comfort in their favorite snacks and treats. Unfortunately, many of these treats contain a lot of sugar, which increases the risk of cavities. In today’s blog, your Tucson, AZ, dentist offers tips on choosing snacks that are good for your smile, and don’t elevate the chances of painful cavities!
Did you know that when we experience high levels of stress, this could sometimes increase the chances of bruxism developing? This disorder causes us to grind or clench our teeth, and over time, this pressure could damage smiles and lead to serious complications! In today’s blog, your Tucson, AZ, dentist talks about identifying and treating bruxism.
Discoloration could occur for a number of reasons, and unfortunately, you cannot receive professional teeth whitening from your Tucson, AZ, dentist at the moment. However! That doesn’t mean there aren’t steps you can take to help protect the health of your smile until you can see us again for cosmetic treatments.
Now that we’re spending time inside to help slow the spread of COVID-19, attending routine checkups and cleanings simply isn’t possible. In fact, your Tucson, AZ, dentist is only offering emergency dental care at the moment. Which means taking step to protect your oral health from home is more vital than ever! We have a few tips for help with this in today’s blog.
While we’re closed for preventive, general, and cosmetic treatments, our team is still helping Tucson, AZ, residents with emergency dental needs. In today’s blog, we’re looking at common emergency situations, and how your response could help limit discomfort. We’re also explaining when you should contact our team for an appointment.
Even though we’re closed for preventive and cosmetic treatments, we’re still here to address emergency situations and serious oral health concerns. In today’s blog, your Tucson, AZ, dentist talks about how we protect infected teeth with a root canal, preventing painful symptoms and avoiding the loss of your tooth!
If you chip, crack, or break a tooth, then you may be nervous about contacting the dentist for multiple visits and procedures. However, to limit your time in the office and still address these common emergency scenarios, your Tucson, AZ, dentist is proud to offer same-day crowns with CAD/CAM technology!