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!
Right now, our office is only open for emergency dental treatments, or procedures that cannot be put off without placing your smile’s health and function at risk. In order to avoid cavities and other complications, we offer repairs for teeth that are chipped and broken. When should you see your Tucson, AZ, dentist, and what steps to we take to ensure our patients’ health and safety?
What should you do if your gums are causing esthetic issues with the beauty of your smile? A gummy smile, in which you show off too much gum when you smile, could cause embarrassment regarding your appearance. To correct the issue, your Tucson, AZ, dentist uses advanced laser technology! How does this technology reshape your smile, an can it also address a major oral health concern?
We’ve discussed how professional teeth whitening can brighten smiles, often by several shades. But what if you have chipped or cracked teeth? If you have issues with the shape of your teeth, then you may need bonding and contouring, which could improve the beauty and structure of your smile. When should you see your Tucson, AZ, dentist for cosmetic treatment?
We understand if you feel embarrassed about your stained teeth. Which is why your Tucson, AZ, team can brighten them with professional teeth whitening. To help remove discoloration, our team provides both an in-office and an at-home procedure. But which one is right for your smile? When should you see us for cosmetic treatment?
If you often feel exhausted during the day, but also suffer from headaches and chronic snoring, then you may be experiencing the common symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Unless treated, this could lead to long-term impacts on your immune system and heart health. Find out how your Tucson, AZ, dentist treats OSA with custom appliance therapy in today’s blog!
Bruxism occurs when we grind our teeth, damaging portions of our smile and leading to serious consequences. However, there is another jaw joint disorder often related to teeth grinding known as TMJ disorder, or TMD. In today’s blog, your Tucson, AZ, dentist will look at the causes of TMJ, and why your headaches and jaw pain could be a sign you need treatment!
If you have bruxism, then that means you grind your teeth or clench your jaw on a regular basis, two habits that could damage them and lead to serious oral health trouble. But what causes a person to grind his or her teeth? What treatments can help us stop? In today’s blog, your Tucson, AZ, dentist looks at the causes of teeth grinding and discusses possible solutions.
In our last blog, we discussed how treating cavities to prevent premature tooth loss is important for little smiles. In today’s blog, we would like to continue our discussion on children’s dentistry. Your Tucson, AZ, dentist will look at proper brushing and flossing habits for kids, and the importance of making time for an exam and cleaning every six months!