Oh My, What am I Going to do?

by Dr. Jack Hahn 1. August 2014 09:11

It's not uncommon for a front tooth to break and can't be restored. There are a number of causes for teeth to break. The most common reasons can be extensive decay, previous root canal treatment rendering the tooth brittle and accidental trauma. When this happens, the patient is distraught and certainly looks for an emergency quick fix. Dental implants are an option that can offer patients an immediate temporary tooth. The procedure is called immediate extraction replacement. Under local anesthesia the broken root is removed and the socket is prepared to receive a dental implant that is shaped like a tooth root. An attachment or abutment is secured to the implant and a temporary crown is fabricated and cemented on to the abutment post. The patient no longer has to endure the embarrassment of a missing front tooth.




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Filling The Gap

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Calm PRT
Calm PRT
8/31/2015 1:00:27 AM #

It is important to many individuals to have a gentle dentist, especially when a sensitive mouth is involved. Then there is that strange fear of the dentist because the mouth is a sensitive place. The mouth is so sensitive that sometimes activities such as flossing can make the gums bleed or inflict pain.

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