Dental emergencies happen more often than you would think. We know most dental disease is preventable, however once a problem is identified treatment should be completed in a timely manner. The mouth is a sensitive area and can become very painful, very quickly. Incomplete treatment leads to unnecessary problems,
There seems to be a line drawn across the dental world right now of offices living in the past, poking around blindly with dental probes to find potential problems, and offices using available technology to anticipate and prevent dental issues before they take root. We at Sensitive Care don’t believe education ends when they pass you your diploma,
Though they’re among the most popular restorative and cosmetic dentistry options, dental crowns aren’t always recommended, especially if a tooth can be improved without having to reshape its natural crown. When one is called-for, however, a crown may be the best option for restoring a damaged tooth’s strength and improving its appearance. With innovative CEREC technology,
If your tooth breaks, you may be too worried about repairing it to think about how your restoration is going to blend into your smile. Thankfully, your Milford cosmetic dentist, Dr. Mitchell I. Quintner, can discuss this important consideration with you. When repairing a broken tooth, it is important to consider the location of the tooth in order to choose the proper materials for the dental crown that will repair it.
You can never guess when a tooth will show structural damage. Sure, there are a few warning signs, like those that point to bruxism (teeth grinding) like a sore jaw and sensitive teeth, but it will always come as a shock when a tooth actually breaks. Thankfully, your Milford dentist, Dr. Mitchell I.
A chipped tooth can turn into the focal point of an otherwise flawless smile. It can also turn into the focal point of your thoughts and keep you from expressing your joy in a radiant smile. Unfortunately, as you suppress your urge to express happy emotions, you are likely to feel those emotions less and less.
A broken tooth could occur at any moment. One second you could be chewing a hard food, and the next you might feel a sudden pain in your tooth. Upon discovering the source of the pain, you might really start to panic. What should you do? Can the tooth be repaired? Your Milford dentist,
Unsightly cold sores and painful canker sores bedevil many people. Even though they are often confused with each other, they actually have two separate causes. Your Milford cosmetic dentist, Dr. Mitchell I. Quintner, explains the differences between the two and what you can do when one erupts.
If you have a weak tooth that needs a little extra protection, a broken or severely worn tooth, or a tooth with a large filling and little natural tooth structure left, then chances are you are a prime candidate for a dental crown. Traditionally, placing a dental crown involves shaping and preparing the tooth,