Our team works hard to preserve natural teeth and help our patients in Omaha, NE, enjoy full and healthy smiles. However, sometimes a serious oral health issue arises that means removing a tooth is needed to prevent major complications. In today’s blog, we’re talking about when a smile needs an extraction and what to expect from the procedure.
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Dental infections cause much more than just aching teeth. Unless treated, they could mean a missing tooth or even the spread of infection to your nearby teeth or jawbone. Fortunately, your Omaha, NE, dentist can actually treat infected teeth with a root canal procedure. But what causes an infection, and when should you see us for treatment?
Many teens and adults, whether they had braces as a child or not, often find themselves desiring straighter teeth, but feeling wary due to the embarrassment and discomfort associated with metal braces. Luckily, a straighter, healthier smile doesn’t have to rely on traditional orthodontics. With clear aligners your Omaha, NE, dentist will custom-craft aligner trays to help you reach your smile goals discreetly and gently.
With Christmas just a few days away, many of us are focused on last minute gift shopping or getting ready to travel and see family. This year, your Omaha, NE, dentist would like you to consider your smile. With better home habits, a new toothbrush, and a visit to our office after the holidays, you could start 2020 with a healthier and more attractive smile!
You could sustain an injury on the court or lose one or more teeth as a result of periodontitis. Whatever the cause of your tooth loss, addressing the issue is crucial for avoiding issues with eating, speaking, or even your overall facial structure. In today’ blog, your Omaha, NE, dentist talks about the dangers of tooth loss, and how we can fill the gaps in your smile.
How long does placing a crown take? Two visits, maybe three? What if we could restore smiles in Omaha, NE, in just one visit? With digital technology and the CEREC system, our team can craft and place custom-made and lifelike dental restorations in just one sitting. Learn more about our lifelike crowns and inlays and onlays in our latest blog.
Do you have pain in one or more of your teeth? Aches and sensitivity could be caused by a number of different factors, some relatively benign. However, persistent pain could also mean cavities, infection, or even an abscessed tooth. In today’s blog, your Omaha, NE dentist talks about treating aching teeth with fillings and crowns!