Monthly Archives: December 2017

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Save a Damaged Tooth with a CEREC Dental Crown

An injured tooth can be painful and upsetting. When your tooth sustains an injury, you worry about the effects on your health, but your concern can also be about the appearance of your smile. A dental crown can restore a tooth impacted by damage and decay. Because modern, appearance-friendly materials are used to make your crown, you can feel relieved to know that your dentist can save your tooth and your smile!

Dealing With Advanced Cavities Or Dental Damage

Advanced cavities and physical injuries can both pose serious threats and potentially cause you to lose your tooth. In both cases, prompt treatment can improve the chances the tooth will be saved. A crown can completely cover your tooth above the gum line and handle routine biting and chewing pressures. Because your crown can be made from a ceramic material that can expertly mimic your enamel, people can still see your smile as unaltered and healthy. This full support for your dental function and appearance is the goal of restorative dental work.

How You Can Receive A Dental Crown In Just One Appointment

Prompt care means returning to good oral health in less time. By using CEREC dental technology, our office is able to complete the treatment you need and help you avoid dependence on a temporary crown. You can have your crown designed, made, and placed, which will lead to complete and long-term protection for your tooth. Because the crown you receive is made to look like your natural tooth, this also means a return to your normal, attractive smile in less time.

Talk to DaVinci Dentistry About Treating A Damaged Tooth With A Dental Crown

At DaVinci Dentistry, patients who suffer from a serious cavity or a tooth injury can look forward to support from a CEREC dental crown. To make an appointment for yourself or a family member, call our Southlake, TX dental office today


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Benefits of Invisalign

The idea of being able to address issues with dental alignment without a conspicuous appliance is important to many patients. With Invisalign, you can look forward to the type of improvements you would hope to see with metal braces. The clear aligners will be able to correct issues with spacing, as well as unattractive overlaps between teeth. One reason patients prefer Invisalign over traditional braces is that Invisalign will not impact their appearance. The clear aligners can be discreetly worn, so your smile is not altered over the course of your correction.

Undergoing Treatment Through Invisalign

Undergoing Invisalign treatment will involve the use of several clear plastic aligners. Each aligner will bring you a step closer to your straightened smile. While you will have some follow-up appointments with your dentist, to make sure your corrections are moving as scheduled, you will have fewer appointments than would be necessary with metal braces. Because Invisalign aligners can be removed when you eat and when you clean your teeth, you can avoid any issues with your orthodontic appliance interfering with daily tasks.

Invisalign Is About More Than Just A Better Smile

After undergoing an orthodontic correction with Invisalign, you can see a remarkable change in your appearance. While this can certainly a great plus, there are other benefits to look forward to. When you correct your teeth, you can fix overlaps that have left you with an elevated cavity risk. Uneven teeth can also potentially raise your chances of developing gum disease. If your dental alignment issues have interfered with your bite, corrections can also protect you against the development of painful TMJ issues.

Talk To DaVinci Dentistry About Invisalign

At DaVinci Dentistry, you can learn more about how an Invisalign treatment may benefit you. With Invisalign, you can make beneficial corrections to the alignment of your teeth, without being reliant on unsightly metal braces. To set an appointment for yourself or a family member, call our Southlake, TX dental office today or request an appointment online. 

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