07 Aug The Solutions for Restoring Your Oral Health
Your oral health is important to Dr. Desiree T. Palmer, DMD and our Desiree T. Palmer, DMD, PA and Associates team, which is why we strongly recommend restoring your smile if you have pearly whites that are damaged, decayed, fractured, and worn down. There are many restorative dental treatments in Durham, North Carolina, that can help you, and those treatments are:
-Dental fillings: Dental fillings are strong dental restorations that improve your oral health when your chompers have been attacked by tooth decay. There are many different types of fillings available, including white, silver, and gold fillings. They are also beneficial when you have cracked, broken, or irregularly shaped teeth.
-Dental crowns: Dental crowns are reliable dental restorations that are tooth-shaped caps. These caps are used to repair your teeth when they are worn down, fragile, cracked, and discolored. They offer natural-looking results, and they give you the strong and healthy teeth you need.
-Dental bridges: Dental bridges are beneficial dental restorations that replace your missing teeth and give you the full smile you want. They can replace one or more missing teeth in a row without the need for surgery. They are anchored to the remaining natural teeth that lie on both sides of the gap in your mouth, and they make eating, talking, and smiling much easier.
-Dental implants: Dental implants are dependable dental restorations that permanently replace your missing teeth and their roots. They offer natural-looking results, and they act just as your natural teeth would. These restorations require surgery, but once the treatment is completed, you will have top-notch results for a lifetime.
-Dentures: Dentures are removable dental restorations that replace your missing teeth, even if you have zero natural teeth remaining. There are two different types of dentures available, complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures replace all of your teeth while partial dentures replace one or more missing teeth in a row.
Call 919-471-9106 today if you have any questions or if you’re interested in taking advantage of one of these dental treatments. All you need to do is schedule an appointment with your dentist and you’ll be good to go! We also encourage you to talk to our dental team if you have any questions. We look forward to helping you!
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