restoring your unique Smile
Restoring your Unique Smile!
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Here at Dental Now, we believe it’s important that you use the right kind of treatment plan to keep your teeth in their natural shape. We provide a variety of treatment options that can help do just that such as:
What are Veneers?
Dental Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that are used in order to recreate the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience that compares to your natural enamel. They are directly placed overtop of your existing teeth to help create your beautiful smile.
How can Veneers help you?
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What Are Crowns?
A dental crown is a natural looking, durable casing that is molded around your teeth so that they can fit over the top of a damaged or weakened tooth. In today’s day and age, a crown is usually made of porcelain or zirconia but in the past dentists have used gold, so that they could cover the entire tooth, creating a strong and visually pleasing finish. By protecting your tooth with a crown, you can help to ensure that the tooth stays healthy and is protected from further damage or decay caused by day to ay wear.
Do you need Crowns?
Damage that can arise from cavities, fractures, cracks, and root canal therapy could potentially cause your teeth to become weakened and damaged. If damaged teeth are not sufficiently protected, they may deteriorate to the point where they need to be removed completely. If you have a tooth that is either structurally weak or aesthetically damaged, then a crown may be a great solution for both strengthening and restoring the visual look of your teeth.
Here at Dental Now, we can provide a perfectly fitting crown that will protect your tooth and restore your smile.
Are Crowns the right choice for you?
What are Bridges?
Not only do missing teeth affect your smile, they can also lead to a number of dental issues such as your dental misalignment, an inability to bite properly, and in some cases cause speech problems. Having a dental bridge fitted is an effective solution that will ensure both your smile and teeth remain in excellent condition. As an alternative to a dental implant, a bridge offers a way to replace more than one tooth.
How Do Bridges work?
A dental bridge uses the teeth on either side of the area in which you have a missing tooth and connects them all together. The permanent procedure involves preparing the teeth at either end of the gap in order to make room for the bridge to be fitted onto them. After taking an impression of your teeth, a natural looking prosthetic bridge is made by a dental lab. The bridge can then be permanently cemented onto the prepared teeth, creating a seamless look that completes and restores your smile.
Are Bridges right for you?
What are Implants?
A dental implant is probably one of the most effective and long-lasting solution for replacing your missing teeth. They are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. Unlike other solutions, implants do not affect any of your other existing teeth, since they are made to fit directly into the space available.
How Do Implants work?
There are 2 main components that make up an implant. Both of these components work together so that they can form a strong and durable replacement tooth. The first component consists of a small titanium post which is directly implanted into your jawbone. The post then acts as a substitute for your roots, to which a new zirconium tooth is then permanently fixed to.
should you fill the gaps in your mouth?
When you lose any teeth, it disturbs the interplay between your teeth and bone. This can cause many changes in your mouth such as your jaw bone starting to shrinking and your gums pulling back. As shown in the image below, this can weaken neighbouring teeth until they collapse or begin to move into the gap.
Missing teeth can also lead to significant changes in the structure of your jaw bone, which can lead to unpleasant visual changes to your face. People sometimes don’t realize just how much your teeth can effect the way your face looks. Below you will be able to see a depicted.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Over the last 11 years, we’ve helped thousands of patients smile with confidence. We stand behind our work and dedicate ourselves to making sure that you’re our number 1 priority.
Yes! We offer flexible financing options such as 0% FINANCING and EXTENDED PAYMENT PLANS. Our goal is to make sure that we work with you to create your ideal payment plan.
Composite (white) fillings are a great solution when there is a small cavity or area of the tooth that needs to be restored. However, if the cavity becomes larger, or if the face of your tooth becomes damaged, filling material cannot provide the adequate strength to support the needs of your tooth. Unlike fillings, crowns and onlays are made of stronger materials, and cover the damaged area as oppose to simply filling it. This provides a seal around the tooth which helps it to stay intact. In fact, many studies have shown that a tooth with a crown will last much longer than a tooth with a large filling.
Whether you’re missing one tooth or several teeth, both dental bridges and dental implants are great ways to restore your perfect smile. With this being said, bridges can in many cases be a less invasive and a more cost effective solution. Bridges are also very effective at replacing larger rows of missing teeth, as a dental bridge only has to be fixed to the teeth at either side of the gap. Don’t worry if you are undecided on which solution is best for you. At Parkway Smiles, we will answer all your questions so that you can decide which option best suits you.
If you have an area with a number of missing teeth, then a fixed-implant-retained bridge is the perfect solution for you. This procedure involves placing a dental implant at either side of your gap, and then fixing a bridge to these implants instead of any of your existing teeth. Using this method, both your smile and your dental health will be restored without compromising any of your existing teeth.