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Dental Hygiene: Dental hygiene is a crucial part of regular dental health maintenance. It is the best way to protect your teeth from issues that could arise as a result of poor dental habits. Going to your dentist 2 times a year is recommended by the American Dental Association. This will ensure that any dental issues you have are resolved early on in the disease process, or before they ever happen. Our dental hygienists have the skills and the knowledge to get your smile to its absolute best. They have skills cleaning teeth and top notch diagnostic equipment to catch those cavities or problem areas from the beginning. This can ultimately save you a lot of money going forward because of the proactive nature of regular dental hygiene. If you need the consultation of our dental hygienist then call now. 703-584-4774
Fillings: One of the most common findings on a dental hygiene exam is the dental cavity. A cavity is an area on your tooth that displays weakness due to bacterial buildup in local proximity. Cavities can be prevented by regular dental check ups, daily brushing and flossing. The cavity is often the first step in dental disease that can be easily rectified. The dentist can stop the tooth breakdown process by removing the diseased area and replacing it with synthetic fillings that can reinforce the structure of your tooth. Call now if you need the consultation of one of our highly skilled dentists. 703-584-4774
Dental Crown: The dental crown is the next step once the dental cavity has been neglected for a sufficient amount of time. Once the structure of the tooth is compromised enough to alter and decrease the functionality of your tooth then a dental crown is warranted. This is essentially a prosthetic replacement for the part of your tooth that is above the gums. This part of the tooth is involved in the aesthetics and look of your smile. This is a very important area of your smile that can effect self esteem and in some cases job opportunities if altered sufficiently. The dentist is able to replace the altered tooth face with a prosthetic that will make your tooth function perfectly, and preserve the integrity of your smile. Call now 703-584-4774
Root Canals: Sometimes when a dentist is doing a dental crown he may notice that there is an extensive array of damage done to the tooth. If the tooth needs significant re-structuring then the dentist can perform a root canal to save your tooth. This is the final step a dentist can perform in order to save your tooth. Some patients think it is easier and cheaper to have an extraction done. But in actuality you are essentially removing a vital organ in your body responsible for many uses in the digestion process. Artificial tooth replacements such a dentures and dental implants can often cost more than a root canal, and are often much less effective than the original tooth lost. That is because your tooth is a tiny ecosystem of cells dedicated to your digestion process with dynamic advantages over prosthetic teeth. If you need extensive restructuring of your tooth then call our dental consultant today.
Tooth Extraction: The tooth extraction is the final process that can be done if a tooth is too structurally compromised in order to save. Tooth extractions can be done because pain is severe and a quick fix to the situation is preferred. The tooth extraction should be done by a skilled dental professional who has experience with this process. If you are in pain and need an emergency extraction then call our dental consultants today.
Dentures: Once a tooth is removed either traumatically or via a planned tooth extraction it is common for a person to replace the tooth with a prosthetic tooth. One of the ways a person can achieve this is by getting a denture made. The denture can replace be partial or full depending on how many teeth are missing. Dentures have to be made by a process that involves skill and focus. The denture is to sit in your mouth for extended periods of times so it must be custom made for the mouth of the patient with tender love and care. If done incorrectly it can lead to sores in the mouth. If you need a denture then call our dental consultants now.
Dental Implants: The dental implant is the most lifelike and comfortable way to simulate a tooth in your mouth. It is anchored to your jaw just like a normal organic tooth and is able to dynamically interact with your jaw during food manipulation and processes such as smiling, and talking. The dental implant also is the best looking avenue to replace a missing tooth in your smile. If you are in need of the best overall option to replace missing teeth then call our dental consultants now.