Keeping your teeth clean every day is one of the most important things you can do to keep your smile healthy. Regular dental exams and dental cleanings at the dentist are important, too. At Aspen Dental, our dentists will examine your teeth, and then customize your cleaning as part of your personalized care.
Oral surgery is a specialized branch of dentistry that treats a wide range of diseases and conditions. Some of the conditions oral surgeons treat include:
Treat Yourself to a Smile Makeover
If the reason you are unhappy with your smile is mainly cosmetic, Aspen Dental practices offer several possible solutions, including whitening and veneers to brighten or enhance the look of your teeth, quickly and easily. Ask your dentist or other members of the Aspen Dental team to find out more.
Crowns & Bridges
When you have missing or damaged teeth, it’s hard to keep your mouth healthy. More importantly, when you have missing teeth, your remaining teeth can loosen, which may lead to additional tooth loss. We’re here to help. Crowns and bridges are often a solution that can fill the gaps and restore your mouth back to a healthy state.
Most people need at least one dental filling in their lifetime. Fillings are most commonly used to treat cavities. They’re also used to repair cracked or broken teeth, or teeth that have been worn down over time. At Aspen Dental, we use all the latest techniques and equipment to help make the experience as comfortable as possible. And once your treatment is complete, we’ll talk you through how to keep a healthy mouth in the future.
06-Corneal Cross-Linking (CXL)
A root canal is the space between the root and the tooth. If the pulp tissue or nerve inside your tooth becomes inflamed or infected, it can become tender and you may need a root canal procedure. The most common cause is tooth decay, but other causes include trauma, multiplefillings, or a tooth needing a crown.
More than 75% of people suffer from some form of gum disease - also called periodontal disease - and many don’t even know it. The symptoms include bleeding, bad breath and sore, swollen gums. Gum disease creates gaps between the teeth and gums, and the infected gum starts to separate from the tooth. our dentists take gum disease very seriously, and the team will do everything possible to provide you with the care you need.
Your oral health is important to a healthy smile and life here are a few important ways you can help keep your healthy smile. We can give you more tips and advice when you visit us.