Everyone suffers from various kinds of dental problems. It is wise to be careful about their symptoms so that you may treat them on time and keep your oral health in check. If you experience cracked teeth, pain in your teeth and gums, misshapen or discolored teeth, or missing teeth, we advise you to schedule an appointment with us. Our general dentistry services extend to one and all.
What are the General Dentistry Services?
Professional teeth cleaning cleans the accumulation of plaque and tartar from the surface of your teeth, thus keeping tooth decay and gum infection at bay. We recommend this procedure every six months.
Like teeth cleaning, professional teeth whitening is also a common general dental procedure to whiten your teeth. The factors such as smoking tobacco, consuming aerated drinks, and acidic foods stain your teeth, thus stealing your pearly white smile. We use a hydrogen peroxide gel and a special light to whiten your teeth by up to eight shades.
You may become a little hesitant about this procedure, but we ensure to perform it smoothly and address your concern. An extraction may be carried out for many reasons, tooth decay or infection being the most common of all. We perform extractions to stop the infection from spreading to your remaining teeth.
Dental veneers are thin, wafer-like restorations that we place on the front surface of your teeth to address problems like slightly cracked teeth, misshapen teeth, gaps between teeth, or severely discolored teeth. If maintained properly, dental veneers may last for up to 20 years.
Cavities are a common dental problem among many people. In most cases, we treat cavities using dental fillings. They are made using several materials- gold, silver, amalgam, porcelain, and glass ionomer.
If your cavity is too big for a filling, we use dental crowns for restoration. We may also recommend dental crowns after your root canal treatment. They are made to match the appearance of your teeth. In general, you may need two visits to our clinic. However, same-day dental crowns offer this restoration on the same day of the procedure.
A root canal is suggested if your teeth are severely infected and such infection has reached your tooth pulp. This procedure saves your teeth from extraction. We take your X-rays and administer a local anesthetic so that you do not feel any pain. After this, we remove the decay from the infected teeth and seal it with a dental filling or crown.
To find out more about the dental services we offer at One Health Dental, Dallas, TX, call (214) 275-4808 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 4801 S Buckner Blvd Suite 800, Dallas, TX 75227