Have you spent several weeks, or even months, struggling with pesky dental discomfort? If so, why have you not seen your restorative dentist? Most people know that dental restorations can help restore their smile’s function and comfort, yet they may be concerned about treatment, out of fear how the restoration might change the smile’s appearance. Fortunately, modern dental restorations are more seamless than many of their predecessors, allowing dentists to help improve patients’ comfort and their confidence, through restorative treatment. So, if you suspect you could have a cavity, crack, or other dental problem, don’t delay a dental visit. Instead, talk to your dentist about the natural-looking ways your smile could be restored.
Don’t Just Feel Better, Look Better As Well
It is incredibly important to know that most dental issues will not resolve themselves with time. In fact, they will only worsen. That is because the teeth are strong, but they do not have the ability to repair themselves in the way some parts of the body can, like the skin for instance. For this reason, it is important that you schedule a restorative dental visit, at the first sign of trouble, rather than waiting, hoping the issue will simply go away.
Thanks to modern restorative treatments, you don’t have to worry about your comfort or the esthetics of your smile, after restoration. Instead, you can focus on how much better your smile will look, feel and function after your dental issue has been properly addressed.
Talk to Your Dentist About the Seamless Options Now Available
In the case of cavities, which are the most common dental issue faced by kids and adults, alike, dentists generally recommend dental fillings. While fillings were once primarily created from a metal amalgam material, this wasn’t viable for those with metal allergies, and these fillings were easily spotted. They also conducted large amounts of heat, which could create insecurity for many people when smiling.
Modern dental fillings can be made of a more natural-looking option, that is also a lower conductor of heat. It is called composite resin, and not only is it made to match natural teeth’s shading, but it can also be sculpted to resemble them in shape and contouring, creating a nearly seamless restoration.
Dental crowns are similar in the comfort and esthetic benefits they offer. So make sure to talk to your dentist about which of these natural-looking treatment options might be right for you.
Call Prisma Dental in Frisco, TX Today!
At Prisma Dental, patient satisfaction is our first and foremost goal, and it shows in the friendly, personalized service we provide. Dr. Correa will take the time to get to know you personally and ensure that your treatment plan is tailored to your unique dental needs. To schedule an initial consultation and examination with Dr. Correa, call Prisma Dental in Frisco, TX today at (972) 668-7398.
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