Ready to Enjoy Meals Again? It’s Time for Restorative Dentistry

Ready to Enjoy Meals Again? It’s Time for Restorative DentistryAre you growing tired of avoiding many of your favorite foods, all because of pesky dental discomfort when you try to enjoy something sweet, or hot, or cold? Have you developed jaw pains, because you’ve spent so many weeks or even months now, chewing on only one side of your mouth, trying to avoid the dental pain you’re experiencing with one or several of your teeth? If so, it’s time to stop avoiding pain and start addressing the cause of it. In other words, it’s time to talk to your dentist about restorative dental treatment. Your teeth cannot repair themselves, so the longer you delay treatment the more likely you are to suffer from worsening pain, and eventually a potential infection. Why not simply address the problem, now, by seeing how a restorative solution could leave you chewing comfortably, and smiling confidently again?

Don’t Ignore Those Signs of Trouble

Again, teeth are strong. Yet they don’t have the regenerative properties that some body parts possess. Given time, your skin can often heal itself from minor scrapes and cuts, for instance. On the other hand, dental issues are only going to worsen over time, if they are not properly addressed through professional restorative treatment.

Enjoy Comfort and Confidence Through a Modern Restoration

Fortunately, modern dental restorations are created to be both comfortable and confidence-inducing, so patients can get back to smiling and chewing as they did prior to their dental problems.

In the case of a cavity, for instance, the dentist will likely recommend a tooth-colored dental filling which is made of composite resin. This material bonds tightly with teeth, creating a great seal against further exposure to foods, drinks and bacteria. It is also made to look natural, though, allowing for great confidence that people will see you and not your dental work.

The same is true of porcelain crowns, in that they are incredibly natural-looking, but also durable forms of restorative treatment. Dental crowns are often used to address chipped or cracked teeth, that become vulnerable to falling out, with further exposure to food and bacteria. Crowns prevent this, helping to keep the rest of the tooth in tact.

In Need of Restorative Dentistry?

Prompt restorative treatment helps to prevent infection, and the loss of teeth due to dental problems. You can schedule can schedule a restorative consultation, by calling the Newman Dental office today at 520-296-5439. We’re conveniently located inside the Grant Road Professional Plaza in Tucson, AZ, and proudly welcome the residents of all surrounding communities.