Category: Restorative Dentistry

Does My Smile Have An Infected Tooth?

When a tooth develops an infection, treatment in a timely manner is crucial. Otherwise, the risk of losing the tooth altogether becomes more likely. What should our Albuquerque, NM, patients do when they develop an infection?

How Do You Create All-Ceramic Crowns?

If a patient sees us with a damaged tooth or a serious oral health concern, then we may need to place a restoration. Using all-ceramic, we can help restore smiles in Albuquerque, NM, to optimal health and function. How do we create them? What should a patient expect from the process?

What Causes Tooth Loss?

As we grow older, the risk of tooth loss increases. When we lose our teeth, the health and appearance of our smile suffers. Fortunately, we understand the causes of tooth loss and have a long lasting (and natural looking) solution to missing teeth to help our patients in Albuquerque, NM.

When Does My Smile Need A Dental Restoration?

Our teeth are coated in tooth enamel, the strongest material in the human body. However, we’re still vulnerable to damage, such as chips and fractures or even tooth decay. In order to protect smiles in Albuquerque, NM, from complications, we may suggest a dental restoration.

What Should I Do About My Wisdom Teeth?

What do you know about wisdom teeth? Also known as third molars, these additional molars often have negative impacts on our oral health. For some, we may suggest removal using dental extraction. How do we help Albuquerque, NM, patients address their wisdom teeth?

Is My Tooth Infected?

When our teeth sustain serious damage or a cavity develops that remain untreated, then serious complications may arise, including an infected tooth. In order to save your tooth and prevent the spread of infection, we need to restore the health and function of your smile. To help our Albuquerque, NM, patients we may recommend a… Read more »

What Kind Of Crown Do I Need?

We offer patients in Albuquerque, NM, an array of restorative options. Not every case is the same, and in some situations advanced decay or a damaged tooth may call for a crown made from different materials. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the different options we provide to repair and restore teeth.