Dental Veneers, Dental Crowns, Dental Implants, Phoenix, AZ

3 Reasons You Better Not Pout This Christmas

Dental Veneers, Dental Crowns, Dental Implants, Phoenix, AZ The last thing that Santa wants to see you do is pout or cry right before Christmas, but if you have a mouth full of missing teeth or cavities, the only thing that you may want to do is pout. Whether you have a cracked, chipped, missing, or a decayed tooth, we can help fix it so that you are ready to smile all Christmas Day. Let’s take a closer look at a few of the cosmetic services that we offer to our patients.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are one of the more expensive cosmetic options that we offer patients, but they are also one of the best. One of the unique things about porcelain dental veneers is that we can fix a variety of different oral issues with just one solution. For instance, if you have yellow, cracked, chipped, or crooked teeth, then we can use veneers to fix all of those issues. If, however, you have missing teeth or teeth that are too decayed, dental veneers won’t do the trick.

Dental Implants

If you do have missing teeth or teeth that are decayed and need to be pulled, then we may encourage you to get dental implants. Dental implants are surgically implanted into your gums which act as your existing tooth. Once your gums have healed around the implant, we will then place a porcelain crown over the top which will serve as your natural tooth.

Dental Crowns

If a cracked or chipped tooth is your problem, but your budget doesn’t allow for veneers, then a dental crown can usually do the trick. A dental crown is almost like a cap which is placed over your existing tooth to help seal it and protect it from further damage.

You better not pout this Christmas; especially if you have a new smile to show off. To learn more about these dental services, schedule a dental examination with us at our Phoenix office and call us today at 602.957.9643.

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