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Teeth are incredibly tough, which means they can last years of chewing, grinding, and smiling for photos. Unfortunately, even routine oral care can’t stop the possibility of a tooth eroding or breaking entirely. At Oasis Family Dentistry, if your tooth becomes chipped, cracked, or otherwise damaged, we have the materials and expertise to design and create a restoration that resolves your dental woes. Whether it’s for a simple crown or a full mouth reconstruction, give our office a call to schedule your next appointment!
The moment a tooth becomes damaged, multiple changes can begin to occur. For one, you’re far more likely to experience sensitivity as the inner layers of your enamel become more exposed to the elements. Additionally, neighboring teeth will begin to shift out of place in order to compensate for the missing space left behind from your lost enamel. Most importantly, teeth do not get better on their own once they become damaged. That means the only way to prevent future fracture is by getting them restored with crowns and fillings.
One of the most versatile treatments in dentistry, dental crowns are ideal for restoring teeth damaged by decay or injury, creating complex restorations like dental bridges, dentures and dental implants, and saving teeth that would have typically been extracted in the past. Each crown is personalized to your specific needs, so you never have to worry about its esthetic appearance or functionality once it’s been placed. With proper care, your crown should last you for a long time.
When you need to have a dental filling placed, you should not have to sacrifice your appearance or protection of your tooth in the process. With composite resin fillings, we can easily restore teeth affected by cavities. In rare cases where composite resin fillings aren't possible, traditional metal-based amalgam can be placed to restore tooth function. Fillings only take a single appointment to place and leave your smile restored and protected.
Over the years, multiple teeth can break down, making it very difficult to smile and eat the foods you enjoy. If you have several teeth that need close attention, Dr. Hung and his office will do everything they can to create a comprehensive treatment plan that address your smile. Whether it’s multiple crowns, fillings or full-blown tooth replacements, he’ll walk you through the process and provide recommendations based solely on your needs.