Do you have crooked, crowded, or overlapping teeth? If so, this could mean negative impacts on both the health and beauty of your smile. To correct the issue and restore the function and appearance of your smile, you may need orthodontics. In today’s blog, your Bellaire, TX, dentist offers ClearCorrect™ and Invisalign®.
When you have more than just stained teeth, but issues with unsightly gaps and dental damage, you may need a cosmetic restoration. Our team can use custom-made porcelain veneers to instantly transform the appearance of your smile. In today’s blog, your Bellaire, TX, dentist talks about placing porcelain veneers.
Is there something to worry about once you begin to feel tooth pain? There are times when dental discomfort can be attributed other issues, such as a sinus infection, but sustained or significant discomfort can point to an issue that will require in-office care. When your tooth faces the threat of severe decay, you can find yourself in need of root canal therapy. A root canal removes bacteria and infected tissues from within the tooth structure. Through this service, we can restore a tooth’s health after an infection has formed. Our Bellaire, TX dentist’s office can make sure the tooth remains healthy by capping it with a dental crown after this procedure. (more…)
When you have a smile that displays too much gum tissue, this could be an esthetic concern you cannot address with whitening or bonding/contouring. Instead, the gingival tissue themselves need to be reshaped and corrected. In today’s blog, your Bellaire, TX, dentist talks about how we do this in one visit with gum contouring.
Do you have dental discoloration that makes you feel self-conscious? If so, then you may want to try teeth whitening! We have an in-office and an at-home procedure to brighten teeth by as much as eight shades. In today’s blog, your Bellaire, TX, dentist talks about our teeth whitening treatment options.
When you have an uneven smile, this could impact far more than just the overall beauty of your smile. To help correct misalignment and offer a healthier smile that looks great too, we may recommend braces or even clear aligners. In today’s blog, your Bellaire, TX, dentist talks about our approach to orthodontics.
When you have sore, red, or bleeding gums, this could be a warning sign of a serious issue, such as gingivitis or even the early stages of periodontal disease. To help reverse inflammation or manage gum disease successfully, your Bellaire, TX, dentist could offer a deep cleaning, known as an ultrasonic scaling and root planing.
Pretty soon, your children will be heading back to school. Which means right now you’re busy with picking up their supplies and new clothes. But you shouldn’t forget about their smiles! To start the first day with a bright and healthy smile, you should schedule a checkup and cleaning with your Bellaire, TX, dentist.
By committing to treatment that restores your incomplete smile, you take on more than just a cosmetic problem. Replacing lost teeth can help you improve your bite function and regain the ability to enjoy a wider variety of foods. This work can also help you avoid new oral health problems, including the loss of more teeth. At our Bellaire, TX dentist’s office, we can offer exciting results from treatment when you rely on a dental implant (or multiple implants if necessary) to hold a restoration in place. You can meet with a specialist on-site to discuss the benefits of this approach and look forward to significant oral health and esthetic value from your secured prosthetic! (more…)
It may seem obvious to recommend that you avoid problems with your health. Unfortunately, people sometimes let problems with their smile remain untreated because they overlook worrying symptoms, and because they are not consistent about dental exams. When you have a problem with gingivitis, leaving it unaddressed can lead to complications as the infection worsens over time. The more you put off a trip to the dentist’s office, the more likely it is that your condition will become more serious, which means it becomes harder to manage and more likely to cause serious issues, including tooth loss! Our Bellaire, TX dental practice is prepared to help. In addition to helping with gingivitis, you can meet with a periodontal specialist on-site to discuss care for a more serious infection. (more…)