Tooth Replacement Options For You!

Do you or a loved one need to replace a tooth and are struggling with which tooth replacement option to choose? Whether you are experiencing this struggle at the moment or not, you may experience this at some point in your life. There are many feelings involved when a tooth needs to be replaced, and I know how difficult and overwhelming it can be to process everything you are experiencing. My team and I are here to help you choose a tooth replacement option that is most beneficial to both your lifestyle and budget. I offer a number of replacement options, and being a holistic dentist, I will only make recommendations that are completely necessary and will improve your quality of life. Continue reading to learn which tooth replacement options I may recommend for you or a loved one.

What Is Restorative Dentistry?

Are you or a loved one experiencing severe decay, missing teeth, or unexplained pain in your mouth? If so, you may be in need of a restorative dentistry treatment. Restorative dentistry is any treatment that repairs and improves the function of a damaged tooth. I believe in exploring your needs and creating a plan that not only repairs your teeth, but also helps encourage lifelong health. If you have been experiencing issues with your oral health and find yourself avoiding your favorite foods, not smiling, and often in discomfort, I can help you. Read on to learn more about the many benefits restorative dentistry can provide.

Importance Of Replacing Missing Teeth

Experiencing tooth loss can bring about a number of emotions for patients. Some patients feel upset and traumatized, while others feel anger over the state of their oral health. There are a number of reasons that patients may experience tooth loss, such as trauma to the mouth, side effects of medication or a medical condition, severe decay, and family history. At Green Dentistry, one of the ways we assist our patients is to help them choose a tooth replacement option as soon as possible to restore their oral health. Patients with prolonged tooth loss or who have experienced tooth loss in one of the rear molars often question if a replacement is truly necessary, and our response is — always.