There’s nothing more important to us at North Bay Dental than the health and happiness of our patients.
That’s why we strive to give you the best care available in modern dentistry. We want you to have a smile that makes you feel confident, look amazing, and enjoy your healthiest life.
Today, we’re talking about how restorative dentistry is one of the ways we’re able to give you that in our Racine, WI dental office and why you should make a priority this year.
Restorative Dentistry Keeps Your Mouth Healthy
As strong and durable as our teeth are, it can be easy to take them for granted. We rely on them all day long for most of our lives, and most of the time, they don’t let us down.
But when you have an accident or suddenly notice some wear and tear, you become painfully aware of how important health teeth are!
Here are some of the ways restorative dentistry keeps your mouth healthy:
-It helps cover and strengthen a weakened tooth.
-It can mask surface damage of a cracked or chipped tooth.
-It can be used to replace a missing tooth.
-It can be used to fill or cap decayed teeth.
-It removes infection from teeth to preserve your oral health.
Restorative dentistry is pretty important, right? That’s why it’s definitely worth considering if you’re looking to have a great year in 2018.
Reasons To Make Restorative Dentistry A Priority
A new year is the perfect time to wipe the slate clean with your oral health. You have so much to look forward to in 2018!
You have a vacation to plan, a wedding to attend, or maybe even a promotion at work to grab!
Don’t spend the year feeling stressed or uncomfortable because of your damaged smile.
Here are a few reasons to make restorative dentistry a priority so you can have a great year:
*It Helps Keep Your Smile Looking Its Best!
Thanks to the smartphone, we’re all just one bad photo share away from social embarrassment. Damaged, decayed, stained teeth will no doubt make you feel insecure about your smile. Not only do issues like this pose real threats to your oral health, but your smile even looks unhealthy to others.
Save yourself that anxiety and torment over the shape of your teeth and gums, and schedule restorative dental treatment at North Bay Dental.
We can treat your problem teeth and make it look picture perfect again.
*It Allows You To Eat A Healthy, Balanced Diet Without Restrictions Or Pain
When you have a tooth that’s causing problems, eating becomes a chore. Often, it can be quite a painful one!
A bad tooth can force to only chew on one side. It could have you cutting out certain foods entirely because it’s too hard to eat them comfortably.
In either case, your diet will be impacted, as well as your sensory experience since you may be avoiding foods that you really enjoy!
Restorative dentistry is what takes that bad tooth and makes it work for you again. That way you can maintain the healthy, delicious diet you want without any discomfort, modifications, or restrictions.
*It Saves You From Needing More Complicated, Expensive Treatment Later!
When your teeth have tiny chips and cracks on the surface, it makes it easier for bacteria to gain access to the inner pulp of your teeth.
That could lead to cavities and infection that will only require more extensive, costly dental treatment later on.
Like any damage, wear and tear on your teeth can widen, grow larger, and get deeper. By opting for dental crowns or bridges, or perhaps even veneers, you can restore and protect your teeth from complicated procedures down the road.
Schedule An Appointment
Drive past any local gym during the month of January, and you’ll likely see a full parking lot. That’s because many people see a new year as a time to start fresh and get back on track for better health.
Dental offices should be just as busy!
The truth is, regular dental appointments are just as important to your overall health as a diet and exercise regimen.
When you come in for routine cleanings and exams, you’re helping Dr. Reesman and our team stay ahead of any issues with your teeth and gums so we can fix them before they turn into serious problems.
Making restorative dentistry a priority now will save you time, money, and your smile down the road!