Love Your Smile

“Smile, and the whole world smiles with you.” That famous line from Frank Sinatra in the 1950 song “When You’re Smiling” is absolute truth. Smiles are infectious! You can brighten someone’s day just by smiling at them. Now you can love your smile brighten your own day with restoration dentistry. Restoration Dentistry Options Restoration dentistry covers a lot of topics. They range from fixing a chipped tooth to receiving dental implants. People often feel self conscious about their smile when they perceive something to be wrong with it. Even a tiny chip is enough to make some refrain from smiling. Don’t let your smile stay hidden! Learn to love your smile with some of the best restoration dentistry options in Houston. Dental Bonding – Fix a chipped tooth easily with dental bonding. The bond uses a special gel to keep the chipped piece connected to its tooth. This method is best…

. Posted in Restorative Dentistry . Aug 16, 2017

Restoration Dentistry: A New Smile

What is restoration dentistry? Many people go through their life with some sort of dental issue that affects their bite, causes pain, affects their speech, or changes their smile. With a restorative procedure at your local Houston dentist, you can renew your smile. Restoration dentistry takes many forms, from dental crowns and bridges to use of braces and whitening methods. Some forms of restoration are more involved than others, while others are very simple to complete. Misaligned Bite An uneven bite can causes pain and difficulty with chewing and speaking. Misaligned teeth can cause the upper or lower jaw not to close properly. Braces correct the position of teeth by gently repositioning them over time. Sometimes, a misaligned bite is caused by a poorly fitted dental bridge or crown. Your dentist can replace these with a new one to improve the fit. Whitening Services Some people feel self conscious about…

. Posted in Restorative DentistryTagged . Apr 14, 2017

Building a Bridge to Better Teeth

Restorative dentistry covers a lot more than just whitening your teeth. Dentists replace a missing tooth with dental bridges as one of the primary methods of restoration. Dental bridges accomplish this goal by suspending a false tooth known as a pontic between two dental crowns. The dental crowns serve as an anchor point for the bridge and the false tooth restores the look and feel of the tooth that was missing. So how do bridges work? Preparing the Teeth The first step in receiving a dental bridge is to visit your Houston dentist. The dentist will examine your teeth and determine how best to proceed with installing a dental bridge. After the examination, the next step is to prepare the teeth adjacent to the gap. These teeth are very important as they will be hosting the dental crowns that will support the bridge. To prepare the teeth, your Houston dentist files…

. Posted in Dental Bridge Categhory, Restorative Dentistry . Mar 01, 2017

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