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.
Many people do not realize they can get BOTOX injections from their dentist in Durango, Colorado. While it is an effective treatment for removing wrinkles and fine lines, it can also help people who suffer from chronic headaches. Talk to a member of the team at the office of Mason O. Miner DDS, LLC to […]Read More
Have you ever received a dental procedure that required you to receive a crown? Depending on where you went, you may have had to wait weeks before your permanent crown was ready for you. Many dental offices rely on off-site labs to create their restorations (including crowns, bridges and veneers). These labs are often overwhelmed […]Read More
Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away, and if you’re like most, you celebrate with food, football and family. At Jacksonville Center for Prosthodontics And Implant Dentistry, we know how difficult it can be to enjoy the foods you love when you have missing, crooked or broken teeth. That’s why we offer several restorative […]Read More
While brushing and flossing are essential parts of keeping your teeth healthy, it’s also vital that you see a dentist regularly for a cleaning and exam. A professional cleaning ensures that any extra bacteria or plaque are taken care of, and an exam by a family dentist ensures that there are no serious problems that […]Read More
If you want a straight smile that you will have confidence in but want to forego all the work that comes with traditional braces, Invisalign may be the right choice for you. Crooked, misaligned teeth can greatly affect your confidence over the years, and Dr. Burton wants to help you get it back with various […]Read More
Dental infections can be quite painful and should be treated right away with root canals. Dental infections occur deep in the pulp of the tooth (also known as the root), where the tooth’s nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue are located. Here’s what you need to know about dental infections and how they are treated. […]Read More
If you find that you clench or grind your teeth regularly, you may have a condition known as bruxism. Some people only clench their teeth when they are sleeping while others do it unconsciously while they are awake, but the dangers are the same. Untreated bruxism can cause headaches, damaged teeth and jaw disorders. Symptoms […]Read More
September 19th is National Talk Like a Pirate Day, which means it’s the ideal time to delve into the history of pirate lore and look at the facts and fictions we believe today. Many people believe that tooth decay was rampant among pirates but that the members of the British and Spanish navies, as well […]Read More
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