Visit a Cosmetic Dentist to Restore Your Damaged Teeth Before Your Next Vacation

Posted on: April 16, 2018

Cosmetic DentistDo not leave town without a dental restoration from your local cosmetic dentist. Having a weak or damaged tooth can be an extremely painful experience. If you have a damaged tooth, it is important to visit our dentist office right away and plan for how to restore it before you leave town. Since the regular placement of a crown usually requires at least two dentist visits and up to a three-week wait for a dental lab to create the crowns, we offer more than one way to restore your tooth.

We have a solution for you that allows you to plan ahead.  However, if you are leaving town quickly, you can also visit us for dental bonding.

A Cosmetic Dentist Can Provide You with Durable Restorations Right Away

If you are leaving town and visit us for a same-day restoration (dental bonding), we can help you enjoy the convenience of getting a same-day restoration. We can gently prepare your tooth and place tooth-colored bonding material in one appointment. Next, we will shape the bonding material in place and harden it.  The result is a beautiful looking restoration.

While dental bonding is not as durable as a dental crown, it can be incredibly effective for repairing small cracks and chips.  Plus, dental bonding is a non-invasive solution with less of a need for anesthesia, making the process well-suited for younger children.  Even if you decide to restore your tooth with a different option in the future, dental bonding can give you the ability to leave for vacation and enjoy your trip without experiencing dental pain.

You May Need Dental Crowns

While dental bonding is ideal for many situations, some dental damage demands a more comprehensive solution that needs more than one visit.  For this, it is wise to plan ahead to ensure that we place your crowns prior to leaving town.  Dental crowns are the ideal restoration when your tooth is missing a lot of enamel or you have a severe crack or chip.  A dental crown covers a damaged tooth.

In order to prepare the tooth for the crown, we will drill down on the tooth to remove any decay or damage, and shape it so it is a perfect fit for the crown we are going to place.  The crowns, which typically consist of ceramic, look and feel exactly like your regular teeth. Thus, when you smile at those happy vacation pictures, there is no way for anybody to tell that the dental crown is not one of your natural teeth.

The dental crown will also feel comfortable and allow you to eat the foods you enjoy. Proper dental hygiene will also suffice for taking care of the dental crown.

Visit us for Your Dental Restorations

We can provide you with beautiful and durable dental restorations before you leave for your next vacation.  Regardless of which solution you require, you can be confident that your teeth will look natural and beautiful once we are done restoring them.

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