Just because you need a crown, doesn’t mean you must endure an all-metal option that stands out when you smile. Instead, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist may create a full or partial crown using a variety of lifelike and biocompatible materials. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we repair smiles with restorations… Read more »
Category: Restorative Dentistry
When you develop a cavity, this means your tooth may hurt or feel sensitive when you eat hot or cold foods and drinks. Unless treated, your cavity could also lead to an infected tooth too. Fortunately, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist offers a filling that looks natural and matches your tooth to treat cavities and… Read more »
Do you have serious pain in your smile that doesn’t subside, but only seems to grow more severe? If so, then you could potentially have an infected or abscessed tooth. Treatment is crucial for avoiding the complete loss of your tooth as a result of an infection. In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist… Read more »
Removable dentures are effective, but they have some downsides. For example, they can slip occasionally, and need replacement as the jaw ridge changes shape, every 10 years on average. However, we can offer our Woodland Hills, CA, patients a more secure option with dental implants, and in some cases, we can even do so in… Read more »
Dental implants offer a secure option for addressing tooth loss, one that looks natural and can last for decades to come with proper care and attention. But how do we place them? In today’s blog, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist looks at how we use advanced technology to guide the placement of your new teeth!
When a patient comes to us with an infected tooth, then we offer treatment to prevent them from losing a tooth and suffering from the complications of tooth loss. To preserve the tooth and put a halt to discomfort, we may recommend an endodontic treatment known as root canal therapy. How does a root canal… Read more »
Your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist strives to help preserve your smile and ensure you enjoy optimal oral health. While our treatments are often designed to protect teeth and repair them, sometimes ensuring a healthy smile means actually extracting a tooth. When should you have a tooth removed, and how do we replace them?
Losing one tooth is embarrassing, and could lead to poorer oral health. However, if you lose a majority of your teeth, or all of them, then this could impact not just your oral health, but your overall health and your ability to eat and speak as well! In order to address more advanced cases of… Read more »
If you have a broken or cracked tooth, then you have an increased risk of tooth decay and infection. The same goes for a tooth that already aches, as this could mean a cavity has already formed. In order to fix a tooth, your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist may suggest crafting and placing a custom-made… Read more »
A dental bridge is often prescribed to address minor cases of tooth loss, including between one and three lost teeth in a row. Your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist always takes steps to ensure your prosthetic not only looks natural, but fits comfortably and lasts for many years to come. But what makes them look… Read more »