Has it been months since you were actually able to enjoy a piping hot cup of coffee in the morning? Have you missed out on many of your favorite desserts, or drinks, in recent weeks, all because of pesky dental discomfort? Many people feel tempted to ignore tooth sensitivity, hoping it will resolve itself on its own. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. The teeth are incredibly strong, yet they lack the ability to repair themselves when they have become damaged. So, if you are suffering from sensitivity, it could actually be beneficial in a number of ways to see your dentist for restorative treatment.
Talk To Your Dentist About Whether Restoration Is In Order
When your teeth are feeling increasingly sensitive, or you have begun experiencing discomfort, it could be a warning sign of a potential problem, like a dental cavity. The good news is that if you are diagnosed and treated for a cavity, quickly, minimally invasive dental treatment could likely be effective at restoring your comfort, and improving your confidence, as well.
Enjoy Comfortable and Beautiful Restorations
Fillings and dental crowns were once mostly made of metal. Unfortunately this material posed a number of potential issues. First, metal conducts high level of heat, which could cause discomfort for many people, particularly those with metal sensitivities. Second, metal is easily spotted, which can create insecurity for many people.
Modern dental fillings and crowns allow for more natural-looking restorations, as well as ones that are more comfortable for many people.
Fillings are generally recommended for address dental cavities, while crowns are most often used to help protect damaged teeth, or those that have been impacted by infection.
In Need of Restorative Dentistry?
Dr. Caytlyn Bonura offers restorative dental services that can help you prevent infection and ongoing discomfort. Modern restorations can even be made to look natural, as well. To schedule a restorative appointment with Dr. Bonura, call Silver Smiles in Silver City, NM, at (575) 534-3699. We also proudly welcome patients from Lordsburg, Bayard, Deming, and all surrounding communities.