Savannah GA dental problems
Do you have missing teeth that need to be replaced? If so, you will want to come to our dental practice, Habersham Dental, where our dentist can treat you for all of your ativan dosage for dogs.
When you come to our dental practice, you will be seen by one of our expert dentists, just one of whom is Dr. Lawrence Schmitz. If you have missing teeth that you want to have replaced, and want to get dental implants, our dentist will determine whether or not you are a good candidate for this treatment. In order to receive dental implants, your jawbone needs to be thick enough and healthy enough in order to withstand the oral surgery and to allow the titanium dental implant root to firmly fuse to the jawbone. Once it is determined that you are a good candidate for getting dental implants, and should not experience any Savannah GA dental problems during the treatment, our dentist will surgically inserted one titanium dental implant root into your jawbone for each tooth that is going to be replaced. There will then be a healing period of several months during which time your jawbone will completely heal and the dental implant root will completely fuse to the jawbone. Once our dentist determines that this has occurred, you will be fitted for a porcelain crown. The porcelain crown will then be permanently attached to the top of the dental implant root, and your dental implant will be complete. You will then be able to speak, smile, and eat in total confidence and in total comfort. And, if well taken care of with a great at-home dental cleaning regimen, and with regular dental cleanings at our practice, there is no reason why your new dental implant should not last for your lifetime.
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Root canal pain in 31401
If you experience moderate to severe pain in a tooth or sudden sensitivity to hot or cold you are probably having root canal pain in 31401. Our doctors at Habersham Dental can diagnose the problem and if the cause is an infected nerve in the tooth they will perform an endodontic treatment, more commonly known as a root canal to fix the problem. Once a tooth’s roots have become infected if they go untreated the problem will only get worse and may lead to the infection spreading to the gums or to an abscess.
When a patient experiences root canal pain in 31401 it means that the soft inner core of the roots, the pulp, has become infected. The pulp is surrounded by a harder layer of dentin, which is further protected above the gum line by the tooth’s enamel and below the gum line by the cementum. A crack or chip in these outer layers can allow bacteria and debris into the pulp and infect it. Often the pulp is been infected because a larger area of decay has withered away the tooth’s enamel and dentin exposing the roots. Our doctors must remove the infected pulp before the infection gets worse. A root canal starts with our doctor numbing the tooth and the surrounding area and then drilling to remove any surface decay and to expose the tooth’s root system. Once the roots have been exposed our doctor will use miniature tools to remove all the pulp from the tooth’s roots. A mature tooth can survive without its pulp getting its nourishment from the surrounding tissue. Once the pulp has been completely removed the canals are sealed with a rubber-like material to prevent re-infection.
Our doctor will then place a porcelain crown on the tooth to both protect it and to form the new chewing surface. An endodontic treatment will save the tooth, restore its functionality and alleviate root canal pain in 31401. If you have any pain in your teeth let our doctors evaluate the problem.