A large number of dental procedures make up the process of performing complex restorative dentistry.
Treatment plans are created to address the individual, specific oral health needs of patients, and may include any one or more of the following:
The need for restorative dentistry services is not always obvious. Maintaining regular dental appointments for cleanings and exams is vital in both preventing the need for further treatment and identifying areas of concern. However, any areas within the mouth or jaw that cause pain or discomfort, or are suspicious in appearance, should be evaluated promptly.
Occlusal is a term that refers to the way your teeth meet. Ideally, all of your top teeth should contact the bottom teeth with equal pressure when your mouth is closed. Your top teeth should extend slightly over the outer edges of your bottom teeth as well. If your teeth are not properly aligned and […]Read More
Millions of dental patients every year suffer with TMJ without even realizing it. The symptoms are incredibly common, and treatments are known to reduce pain and correct its underlying causes. The problem is, many people simply don’t understand what they are dealing with. Temporomandibular joint dysfunction, is a problem that develops when the hinge-like TM […]Read More
Many people cannot get their wisdom teeth removed until they are 17 or 18 because that is when the tooth has fully formed and ready for extraction. It is highly recommended to remove these teeth before they erupt, and an excellent time to do it is during summer vacation when the patient is still a […]Read More
Numerous cosmetic issues can occur with your teeth. Fortunately, many of them can be corrected with high-quality porcelain dental veneers. You will need to speak with our dentist in Chesapeake, VA first to make sure you are a good candidate, but many people find they can finally get the smile of their dreams with veneers. […]Read More
Most people will want to remove their wisdom teeth between the ages of 17 and 25. Delaying any longer than that and you risk serious complications. Dr. James Pace can assist you with wisdom tooth removal in Nashville, TN, and he can tell you all about the dangers present in delaying tooth extraction. Damage to […]Read More
If you’ve recently felt discomfort in front of your lower ears or experienced strange popping or clicking noises in your jaw, you may have too much tension in your temporomandibular joint (TMJ). This is a common problem, and is estimated to affect up to 12 percent of people in the United States. While your symptoms […]Read More
Have you been suffering from headaches or migraines, while also experiencing pain or restricted movement in the jaw area? If so, you may have a disorder called TMJ. Dr. Ghina Morad, a dentist in San Carlos, CA who specializes in treating TMJ, offers migraine treatment to give relief from symptoms. What is TMJ? Temporomandibular joint disorder, […]Read More
Over the past decade, the popularity of clear aligners has grown immensely. An increasing number of dental offices employ this form of treatment and the advanced technology has made this process available to almost anyone looking to improve their smile. Dr. Matthew R. Burton has helped many people with their the Invisalign treatment. Our office has […]Read More
Porcelain veneers are the ideal choice for giving your smile a makeover in cases of minor damage. This kind of makeover is a great way to boost your confidence and give you a younger, healthier looking smile. If you’re looking for a dentist in Livermore, CA, then here is what you should know about this […]Read More
Porcelain veneers are an excellent way to drastically alter the aesthetic of your smile. They are ideally suited for minor cosmetic fixes, such as covering up gaps, stains and chips. However, similar to any other dental procedure, they are not right for everybody. You can speak to Dr. Parviz Roshanzamir, an expert in cosmetic dentistry […]Read More