Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

How Does A Root Canal Save An Infected Tooth?

When a tooth becomes infected, treatment is crucial for avoiding the loss of the tooth or the spread of infection to the surrounding teeth or the jawbone itself. In order to correct this issue and return your smile to optimal health and beauty, then your Conroe, TX, dentist may suggest a root canal procedure. What… Read more »

Good News for People Who Need Dentures!

The reason behind needing dentures isn’t always considered good news. Dentures are meant to replace an entire ridge of teeth with highly lifelike replacements, so needing one means that you’ve lost a significant amount of your healthy, natural teeth. There is good news, however, in the fact that today’s lifelike dental prostheses can be designed… Read more »

Treating Tooth Loss With Dental Bridges

When we lose one or more teeth, this could mean the onset of misalignment and other complications. In order to restore your missing teeth and ensure you enjoy a beautiful smile, your Conroe, TX, dentist may suggest a dental bridge. Find out how we create and place this unique and custom dental prosthetic in today’s… Read more »

Can You Still Save Your Fractured Tooth?

The most concerning thing about tooth damage is that your teeth don’t heal themselves. Unlike a cut on your skin, a crack or fracture in your tooth won’t close itself and heal over time, nor will your tooth regain its strength all by itself. Fortunately, you may still be able to save a fractured tooth… Read more »

Treating Tooth Decay, from Minor to Severe

Some of the most common threats to your oral health stem from the oral bacteria that naturally inhabit your mouth. For example, tooth decay – the most common chronic dental condition – is the result of harmful bacteria eroding your tooth enamel and infecting your healthy tooth structure. As the cause behind cavities and more… Read more »

The Many Problems Of A Broken Tooth 

You probably realize in a very basic way that a broken tooth is bad, particularly when compared with a tooth that is whole. However, as for the ramifications in terms of what that means for the future of the tooth itself and for the future of your oral health both immediately and in the long… Read more »

Oral Health Mistake? Or Stepping Stone? 

Sure, you can look at problems, issues, and sudden shifts that occur as mistakes, which lead to issues for your oral health. Then again, you can instead change your outlook and decide that you’re going to be proactive and look at such moments in your smile’s life as stepping stones. Why bother to take the… Read more »

Hurt That Should Not Happen With Your Smile

When you describe how your oral health is doing, when you reflect on your dental hygiene, and when you think back through your day, one adjective that should not come up in regard to your smile? The word “hurt.” Nothing should feel uncomfortable, painful, sore, tender, or anything else that denotes a less than comfortable… Read more »

Restorative Care: Why It Doesn’t Have To Evoke Cringing! 

What happens when you think about restorative care that you’ve recently discovered you need? Do you immediately cringe just hearing the topic mentioned? Do you get an uncomfortable sensation in the pit of your stomach? While this is certainly something our Conroe, TX team has heard time and time again, we would really like to… Read more »