Restorative dentistry procedures for a happy and healthy smile in Greensboro, NC
Oral health care is important for many reasons – fresh breath, a beautiful smile, a mouth free from pain, and better overall health and wellness. Keeping your mouth healthy is the ultimate goal of Dr. Steven Hatcher, DDS, FAGD and Dr. Sona J. Isharani, DDS. To that end, the Greensboro, NC, dentists work with patients of all ages to ensure proper at-home care along with regular checkups to avoid the need for dental work.
However, sometimes, restorative dentistry treatments are necessary. Restorations can include many different treatments, such as cavity fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, dentures, and more. Patients who are diligent about their at-home dental care might be disappointed to learn that they need more services than just a simple cleaning and checkup. However, it’s important to know that many factors can cause patients to need more time in the dentist’s chair.
For example, patients may experience trauma to the mouth that leads to a chipped, broken, or fractured tooth. They may have a habit of grinding their teeth while sleeping or anxious, or a highly acidic diet could lead to erosion of the teeth’s enamel.
When considering restorative treatments, patients often have several options. In some cases, they can choose between fillings or crowns, implants or dental bridge appliances, veneers or cosmetic bonding. The best way to make the right choice is to have all of the information, including pros and cons of each procedure, timeline for the treatment, cost information, and the way your dental care will change following the treatment. It’s also critical that patients work with a dentist whom they know and trust.
Drs. Hatcher and Isharani have treated countless patients in the Greensboro, NC, region, and they are proud to have developed great relationships built on trust and respect with each patient. The entire team in their office treats every patient as a VIP. Patients are encouraged to ask questions, raise any concerns, and know that they are working with a team of professionals who want to help them achieve a happy and healthy smile. For more information about restorative dentistry, call our office today.
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