Our smiles change over time, influenced by lifestyle and natural wear. Cavities, deterioration, and damage to the teeth can lead to functional problems or even pain. Some patients find that changes in their appearance provoke anxiety or self-consciousness. You need restorative dentistry you can trust, and the team at Caring Smiles is committed to finding a solution that improves your oral health and rebuilds your confidence.
Dental crowns are an effective remedy for a number of different dental conditions. For example, they can strengthen a weak tooth, repair a cracked or broken tooth, and correct a severely worn down tooth. We also use them along with other restorative procedures like holding a dental bridge in place or completing a dental implant. When you receive a dental crown at Caring Smiles, you can rest easy knowing that you’ll receive a natural-looking, well-fitting restoration that gets you back to a healthy smile.
Are missing teeth making it feel like you’re missing out on the simple things in life? Maybe those gaps in your smile are making it difficult for you to chew effectively, speak easily, and smile confidently. Dental implants are a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth, and they’re designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth. We can use them to replace one tooth or multiple teeth.
Decay, gum disease, and injury are all possible reasons that someone might lose multiple teeth. If this happens to you, it’s still possible to restore your smile with dentures. Dentures are a popular, time-tested option for replacing a few teeth in a row or an entire arch. The Caring Smiles team designs dentures that fit comfortably and look natural so you can enjoy a full (and fully functioning) smile once again.
Root Canal Therapy
Root canals may have developed a bad reputation over the years, but the treatment could mean the difference between saving or losing a severely infected tooth. Instead of causing pain, root canal therapy actually alleviates the ache you may be feeling because of the inflamed tissue inside the damaged tooth. We also sufficiently numb the area and ensure your comfort throughout the procedure. If you notice pain, tender or swollen gums, or a change in tooth color, then it may be a sign that you need a root canal.