Dental Crowns Bring Back Smiles

Dental Crowns Scottsdale and Dental Caps Arizona can be used for either aesthetic or health purposes. If you have recently broken a tooth or you wish to cover stained, unattractive teeth, then dental crowns might be the right investment for you.  With age, patients often lose teeth.  Crowns are definitely the route to go to regain the full, vibrant mouth you have been missing. When a patient is in need of dental crowns in Scottsdale, a specific process must be adhered to. This step-by-step process begins in the dentist’s chair, when you and your doctor have a discussion about the state of a particular tooth.  Is a dental crown the way to go?  If so, your dentist will tell you that such a procedure usually takes one or two appointments to complete.  During the first procedure, a temporary cap is placed on the damaged tooth which is supposed to be worn until the stronger, permanent cap is made.  Of course, once the permanent cap is made to fit your mouth and tooth, you will be called in for your second procedure.  This time the crown is set firmly in place.  Your teeth will be safe, healthy and gorgeous! Dental crowns in Scottsdale can be made out of various materials from metal or ceramic or both can be used to make a natural looking tooth. Choosing the material of crown depends on which tooth is being replaced.  For instance, front tooth caps need to be made out of porcelain in order to blend in with the rest of your visible teeth. Resin can also be used, but it is not...

Full Mouth Reconstruction Restores Youthful Smile

Image via Wikipedia A Full Mouth Restoration or Full Mouth Reconstruction will help strengthen your teeth and prevent all of the problems that go along with weak teeth, such as a sore jaw, headaches and overall pain and discomfort. Your teeth can become discolored over time and they may lose their functionality so you may not be able to chew as well as you used to. Tooth deterioration is bound to happen as we age so dental care is essential to preventing extensive damage. If you have noticed that your teeth are not as strong as they once were, a Full Mouth Restoration may just be the answer you are looking for! Drink from the fountain of youth at Parkview Dentistry in Fountain Hills and let us restore your teeth to their youthful appearance and strength. A Full Mouth Rehabilitation is not a quick and easy process, however. The overall process could several visits to the dentist depending on the level of damage to your teeth. A few of the procedures you might require are an intense teeth cleaning, repositioning of the jaw, reshaping gum tissue, bite alignment, tooth implants, and maybe even braces. Of course, you will most likely not need to undergo every procedure listed here, but definitely be realistic and do not expect instant gratification. Most importantly, your dentist has your best interest at heart and will make sure that your Full Mouth Restoration process is as comfortable as possible. When we have healthy teeth, we often take them for granted. Teenagers drink sodas on a daily basis without considering the consequences. However, once you start...