A Dental Crown Can Protect a Badly Chipped Tooth

The microscopic crystals that make up your tooth enamel are densely packed to offer great strength, but your teeth can still be chipped if you grind your teeth, chew on hard objects or suffer facial trauma. Often times, a chipped tooth requires restorative dentistry in the form of a dental crown to keep the tooth in good shape. It’s important... read more »

Insights on Your Treatment and Restoration Options for a Chipped Tooth

The enamel layer on each of your teeth is made from microscopic mineral crystal structures that give your teeth the hardness they need for biting off, chewing and grinding food. There are a few things like grinding your teeth or using them as tools that can cause a chip in the tooth enamel. This is even more likely if you... read more »

Ground Teeth can be Fixed by Crowns

Bruxisim is a recognized medical condition, where someone grinds their teeth on a regular basis. In many cases bruxism is a result of excess stress and may require psychological techniques to remedy. Unfortunately, the forces imparted on your teeth when you grind them at night can cause chips, fractures and cracks in your tooth enamel. Even if this damaged enamel... read more »

Solving Cosmetic Issues With Dental Bonding

Cosmetic dentistry has given us a wide range of tools to use on an even wider range of cosmetic issues. Everybody wants a bright, beautiful smile, but sometimes there are obstacles on the way to a great grin. While some are fairly major and sometimes require extensive treatment, others are relatively minor and require less work. One strategy for solving... read more »