Cosmetic Bonding

Twice a Year dental exams and consultation is essential to maintaining good oral health, especially in the event that you have some present disease.

Quick Fix for Minor Imperfections

  • No Enamel Removed
  • Simple Tooth Contouring
  • Minor Corrections
  • Straighten Uneven Edges
  • Single Visit

Cosmetic bonding is a process in which a composite resin is layered onto the teeth, cured with a harmless, high-intensity light, and then sculpted to the desired shape.

Early cosmetic dentistry used bonding resins to reshape and hide old discolored teeth – restorations that now involve more durable porcelain veneers.

But for minor cosmetic modifications and repairs, bonding resins are extremely strong and wear-resistant.

Bonding is used to reduce spaces between teeth, lengthen small teeth, or repair a tooth that’s worn or chipped. Nothing major – just tweaking around the edges.

The photos on the previous page show teeth that started out very rough and uneven. Bonding resin was simply added to the surface of the two front teeth to smooth them out. Bonding
resin was also added to the teeth on either side to give them more length so the front teeth would not look so long and dominant. There was also a little gum shaping to
dress up the overall look. It all took less than two hours. No enamel was removed and no drill was necessary.

Sometimes just a little tune-up is all that is needed.

Cosmetic Bonding Estimates

Periodontal Probe

Periodontal Probe is a dental procedure that is utilized to examine the health of a patient’s gums and teeth. Healthcare facilities, oral surgeons, dental professionals, dental hygienists, and others can utilize this tool in order to determine gum illness along with other issues such as cavities or infections. Periodontal probe measurements are usually finished with an explorer-type device rather than a ruler since it will fit more properly versus the surface area of the tooth. A gum measurement consists of two numbers: one on either side of a slanted line that divides them both equally (dot). The first number indicates millimeters while the 2nd steps centimeters from where you determine at the base of your cheek beside your upper tooth all around your mouth up until its tip. A periodontal probe is a dental instrument that measures the health of a patient’s gums and teeth. It helps examine gum illness, cavities, or infections by feeling along the surface area of your tooth with an explorer-type device rather than utilizing a ruler since it will fit more properly versus the surface area of your tooth. If Dr. Lindsey Dalley or dental hygienist has determined through penetrating that there could be some issues in regards to infection in one area of your mouth, they might need to get rid of the gum line with scaling or curettage if there is an excessive amount of bacteria that needs eliminating from below the gumline prior to treatment can continue properly. The purpose of this procedure is to see how deep into your tooth roots infection has progressed which helps determine whether it’s time for root canal therapy or not. A little cut away section is gotten rid of during this procedure utilizing surgical instruments so you’ll have less sensitivity after being treated since nerves are severed.

Dental X-Rays

Oral X Rays are utilized by dental experts to see a patient’s dental health. Dental x rays are typically utilized to spot cavities, see the extent of dental caries and learn if there is any tissue damage in the mouth. They also assist identify infections or cysts in addition to expose problems with supporting teeth such as loose fillings, cracked crowns and worn down roots. Dr. Lindsey Dalley typically utilizes dental X-Rays for dental medical diagnosis, treatment planning and oral cancer screening. Oral X Rays are a kind of diagnostic imaging that utilizes x-rays to take pictures of the teeth, jaw bone or other locations in the mouth. They can be taken at various angles so they reveal more than one tooth simultaneously and images can also be amplified for greater information. While dental X rays provide benefits over standard dental examinations by supplying info about tough to see parts of your teeth like roots, it does not change an actual examination since it can not detect modifications in gums and soft tissues. It is very important that you continue with regular checkups even if you have had dental X rays done recently. Check out Dr. Lindsey Dalley today!

Regular Dental Checkups

Did you know that your dental checkups and regular cleanings are crucial to maintaining healthy teeth? Regular dental checkups can identify problems early on, which will save you time and money in the long run. Your dentist may be able to spot tooth decay or gum disease before they become serious. If left untreated, these conditions could lead to more costly treatments in future visits. Regular dental checkups can also help prevent oral diseases such as cavities, gingivitis, and bad breath.

Regular dental checkups are important for your overall health. Dental Care to check your gum line, oral care, mouth and tartar concerns, along with tooth decay, gum disease and other problems can be detected as early as possible when you visit the dentist twice a year. Regular cleanings make sure that plaque build up doesn’t cause any issues with your teeth or gums either. In this blog post we will go over how often you should schedule these appointments so they work for you!

Every person needs to take care of flossing, so when you have dental visits, the dentist and hygienist are able to see your teeth and make sure your mouth is healthy. Hygienists perform a full examination of the jaw line and routine checkups by the dentist can help with oral health. X Rays are often used as part of the dental check ups to make sure teeth and gums do not show any signs of oral cancer and don’t require treatment for the patient.

A dental exam can help your dentist spot tooth decay, gum disease, or other problems before they become serious. Regular cleanings remove plaque build up that could cause issues with the teeth or gums. If left untreated these conditions could lead to more costly treatments in future visits.

It is recommended to have at least 2 dental exams a year . This is a service where we remove plaque and tartar from your teeth. We have 3 hygienist in our office. Schedule an appointment today for your checkup. It’s easy, routine, and happens quickly to alleviate any concerns to your dental health and medical well-being!
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