Use Any Of These Methods From Our O’Fallon Cosmetic Dentist To Restore Dental Damage
Sometimes dental damage just happens. Maybe you are in an accident that damages your smile, or a surreptitious dental infection wreaks havoc on a seemingly healthy tooth. No matter what the circumstances leading to your dental problem, the best thing that you can do once its discovered is to have the problem corrected as soon as possible.
Luckily our O’Fallon cosmetic dentist office makes a point to offer a wide variety of restorative dental treatments in order to cater to different patients. Let’s review some of the restorative treatments that we commonly use to help patients.
This fast and simple treatment is great for patients who are suffering from aesthetic and/or structural dental problems. Dental bonding is commonly used to correct cracks and chips in dental enamel. Our dentist will apply dental resin to the affected area, and then cure the resin so that it sets and hardens. The resin can be shaded to blend with your specific dental shade.
A dental Lumineer is a porcelain restoration that covers the entire visible surface of patient’s tooth. This is great for patients with dental damage like cracks and chips, as well as discolored or irregularly textured enamel.
If you have lost your tooth entirely, or your tooth is so damaged that it needs to be pulled, you may want to replace your tooth with a dental implant. A dental implant is a replacement tooth with a titanium “root” that extends down into your gum tissue and jawbone. A dental implant is a permanent replacement tooth that allows you to function and feel like you have a natural tooth in place!
No matter what your current dental problem, please don’t hesitate to see a dentist for a consultation. Our O’Fallon cosmetic dentists are here to help—so contact our team to schedule a consultation in our office!
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